Chinatown Walking Food Tour
Learn about Chinese tea, explore the markets on Stockton Street, and see fortune cookies being made at the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory on this guided tour of San Francisco’s Chinatown.
Chinatown Walking Food Tour, The USA
Chinatown in San Francisco is one of the largest in the world. On this three-hour tour, you will graze your way around a variety of carefully chosen restaurants and bakeries with a knowledgeable guide.
Enjoy dim sum in one of the oldest bakeries in Chinatown, be tempted by the sights and smells of Waverley Place and explore the markets on Stockton Street, which sell everything from fresh vegetables to live animals. You will also have the opportunity to watch as thousands of fortune cookies are made by hand at the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory and sample the many varieties that are on offer.
Learn about different varieties of Chinese tea and their health benefits, as well as how one of San Francisco's best Chinese chefs uses local, fresh Californian products in his recipes. Your walk will also take in a visit to a Buddhist temple and to the Dragon House Antiques store, which stocks some items that are thousands of years old.
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