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Eat Like A Local: Shanghai Night Food Tour

From US$75,00
  • Shanghai food tour at night featuring regional Chinese cuisines
  • Stroll around Changning & Jing’An districts while sampling local food and spirits
  • Taste 15+ dishes, including rice and wheat-based noodles, twice-fried bamboo, grilled lamb and naan bread, classic Sichuanese dishes, and a Cantonese fruit dessert
Eat Like A Local: Shanghai Night Food Tour
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Go off the beaten path in Shanghai for an authentic culinary experience during this Shanghai night food tour—perfect for first-time visitors. A guide helps you avoid tourist traps and takes you to local-favorite eateries that have been thriving for years. Sample up to 15 Chinese dishes—some of the very best food the area has to offer.
What to Expect
Greet your guide at a central, pre-arranged location and embark upon your exploration of Shanghai’s diverse food scene. Stroll through a residential area brimming with restaurants that are popular with locals, but hard to find on your own, including a family-run restaurant that has been in business for decades. 

At each stop you’ll sample several dishes that highlight the best of the region’s flavors, while sipping on amazing local beers, yellow wine & spirits. As you walk, you’ll chat with new foodie friends, sip drinks, digest and learn about the area’s history and architecture. 

Taste succulent grilled lamb and naan dishes while sipping a rare regional beer at a local restaurant at the evening’s culinary conclusion. Bid your guide and group farewell at a convenient location near the Jing’An Temple metro stop.
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Charlotte was great!

We had a great time in Shanghai on our tour with Charlotte! We tried several types of food we had never tried before! Shanghai was actually our last stop in China after 3.5 weeks, and so this food tour felt like a nice recap of...More

Thank Jennifer V
Reviewed 6 days ago
An absolute must-do for Shanghai - come hungry!

OK, this was great. Really exceeded my expectations in every way. Leah and Jamie were amazing tour guides – funny, charming, knowledgeable, fluent – and the food was off the charts. Nearly every dish was outstanding, and the ones that weren’t were merely excellent. I...More

Thank Dan T
UnTourFoodTours, Manager at UnTour Shanghai Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Thanks, Dan! We're so pleased to hear that the tour exceed expectations for you. Thanks for the feedback on the food amounts- our guides do try to tailor the orders to the group- making sure everyone gets as much as they want without getting too...More

Reviewed 6 days ago
Rosie is a great foodguide, we had a nice group

lots of special dishes in three hours, absolutly a MUST DO. After the tour your recieve a paper so you wont forget

Thank Hans M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing fun

We had heard of Untour via TripAdvisor and booked it. Loved everything about this tour. You learn history, visit areas you would likely never venture to, and eat/drink local food. We loved this tour so much that we then booked the tour in Beijing. Nyima...More

Thank sdsubiologist
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing evening full of yummy delights, tucked-away gems, and a game-changing guide!

This was a fantastic evening full of storytelling, rich cultural and historical context, and the most incredible food and insights from our guide, Jasmin. She truly transported us with her knowledge of and passion for food as a reflection of the human fabric of the...More

Thank Alex R
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Response from Beth R | Reviewed this property |
Ours ended near the Jiang Temple but don’t worry your guide will help you get a taxi or point out the metro - which is easy to use - it’s how we got around. Again I highly recommend.