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February 18, 2016

Shanghai Night Eats

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Shanghai --
Book now Give as a gift  US $80/adult
  • Max 10 people  Jiangsu Lu     ~3 hours 6:45 pm 
    -> Jing’An Temple  Everyday
Quick bite: As the the sun sets, on this food tour we'll explore the best local and regional cuisines Shanghai has to offer, in one of the few authentic working-class neighborhoods in the city to escape the wrecking ball.Read more
Shanghai -- When the sun goes down, the woks fire up along the streets of Shanghai’s night markets. See for yourself why no one can resist the temptations of the city’s diverse after dark delicacies. On this tour, we’ll head to two of the city’s liveliest night markets.Read more
Taste Chinese breakfast dishes on our Street Eats Breakfast walk in Shanghai!
August 13, 2019

Jianbing: Loved Abroad, Threatened at Home

Shanghai -- When we set out to create a foodie “holiday” this past April for jianbing, one of China’s most-loved street snacks, we didn’t know quite what to expect. Our aim with World Jianbing Day, which included giveaways and a social media campaign encouraging people to add their favorite jianbing spots in China and abroad to a crowd-sourced map, was to build awareness outside the typical jianbing consumer base. Read more
August 12, 2019

The Ultimate Bar Snack in Shanghai

BACKSTREET FEED -- Spicy rabbit’s head is the ultimate bar snack in Sichuan province. The demand for rabbit’s head is so high in Chengdu that 20 percent are imported from Europe (mostly France and Italy). We crack open rabbit’s head (the cheek and the brain are the best meat) and pair it with a frosty bottle of Snow Pijiu beer on our Shanghai night eats walk.Feed more