Chinatown Food and Culture Walking Tour

Foods of New York Tours

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Activity #1357
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Rating: 4.8  324 rating points
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Chinatown Food and Culture Walking Tour

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Taste a diverse selection from acclaimed NYC Chinatown restaurants while celebrating the tradition and etiquette of this rich culture.

Rating Date Attended Reviewer Gender Age Where From? Group Type? Sort Descending
Rating: 5
Poured Rain, but it didn't matter!
Mon, Mar 29, 10   12:00 PM LynneMessner Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
Thoroughly enjoyed this tour. Our guide, Raheem, was very knowledgeable and also very professional. The food was wonderful and the information about food, culture and historical signifigance added so much to the experience.
Rating: 4
Great tour for the afternoon.....
Mon, Jan 18, 10   12:00 PM ccsempliner Female 20-29 Local Group of Friends
Was given these tickets as a holiday gift and brought a friend. As two NY locals who thought we knew Chinatown, this was a great tour - both because of the great food and the general history and information provided on the tour. Definitely full after the tour but loved the food, especially the Dim Sum Go Go to start the tour. Couldn't help but take notes throughout the tour....can't wait to go back and explore Chinatown again now that we're 'experts'....
Rating: 5
Don't Miss This Tour
Mon, Oct 26, 09   12:00 PM Lael5512 Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
We selected this tour from the internet - what a find! This was so informative and fun at the same time...and the food was terrific, especially the REAL Peking Duck.
Rating: 5
Fantastic!
Mon, Oct 12, 09   12:00 PM tigerstar40 Female 20-29 International Tourist(s) Group of Friends
Me and a friend (from England) booked tickets to this event after going on the Greenwich tour last year and completely enjoying that one. And to be honest, we weren't disappointed with this tour. The tour guide (Remon?) had a lot of local knowledge and gave a nice insight into the etiquette and history of China and their food. This tour was particularly good, as there was a lot of places to sit and enjoy the food. The best part, for us, was watching the chef slice the peking duck, and to top it off, the duck was absolutely lovely. There was nothing that we didn't like on the tour. The food was well thought out and presented at the right times in the tour. The guide was clear; concise and knowledgable, and was keen to share his knowledge. I would give this event 5 stars out of 5 and really would recommend the tour to anyone who wants to learn more about an area and learn more about the food.
Rating: 5
Fab guide and fab tour
Mon, Oct 5, 09   12:00 PM naomij Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Group of Friends
This was the best walking tour I've done and much better than Big Onion company. The guide Raheem was superb and had a wonderful light delivery style. We got just the right amount of information, trivia and humour. Quality of food was brilliant and we felt inspired by whole experience. Would most certainly come on another tour. Thank you.
Rating: 5
china town food tour
Mon, Sep 21, 09   12:00 PM kathyarndt Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
Great idea..history and food. Good food!
Rating: 5
Take this Tour!
Mon, Sep 21, 09   12:00 PM MargeDiB Female 50-59 Local Group of Friends
Each time we take one of your tours, this was our third, we think "How can another, be as good?" And, each time we are rewarded with another wonderful experience. Our excellent and jovial guide, Raheim (sp?), offered up historical tidbits on this neighborhood's long immigrant past, and on the Chinese-Americans who now call this area "home", as he navigated us through winding streets in search of Chinese delicacies. Raheim's enthusiasm for the area's excellent food was not misplaced. All the establishments we visited offered DELICIOUS fare. The dim sum, Peking duck, roast pork were outstanding! We are already making plans to head back for dinner....our palate was has been thoroughly enthralled! And, Foods of NY? Well done, we will be back for yet another tour soon!
Rating: 5
Excellent tour with lots of yummy food
Mon, Sep 14, 09   12:00 PM LindaBourne Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
I have been planning to take a foods of NY tour for some time now and I was not disappointed with the Chinatown tour. Besides the wonderful food, the best thing about this tour was our guide, Rasheem. He was so knowledgeable about Chinatown and actually other parts of the city and its food. It was surprising how much food we ate for the price of this ticket. WHAT A GREAT EXPERIENCE!! I am anxious to take other foods of ny tours when I am in town again. Thanks.
Rating: 5
Summer Day Well Spent in Chinatown
Mon, Aug 24, 09   12:00 PM barbg647 Female 50-59 Local Group of Friends
Exploring Chinatown on a summer's day with a food & cultural guide was a wonderful day well spent! Raheem, our tour guide was very well versed in Chinese culture & food, patient, kind and humorous. He knew the area intricately and was enthusiastic in relaying this information to the group. I recommend this tour - highly educational & entertaining. This is the 2nd neighborhood tour we have experienced with FoodTours in NYC and am looking forward to the next NY neighborhood. By the way, the food was excellent and plentiful!!!
Rating: 5
food and facts
Mon, Aug 24, 09   12:00 PM mpalmeri Female 40-49 Local Group of Friends
Food was the focus of the tour with fun facts and history of the neighborhood as an accent. As a local for the past 23 years, and a once short-term resident of Chinatown, I still learned something. Our guide Raheem was fun, knowledgeable and knew his audience well. He made everyone in the group feel welcome and comfortable, with the food, the neighborhood, and each other. The food stops were interesting and varied. Chinatown seems less daunting to me now.