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Late Night Food Tour in the Shanghai's French Concession

Highlights
  • Eat your way through the former French Concession after dark
  • Taste over 20 local street foods—enough for dinner—and savor craft beer
  • Follow in the footsteps of Anthony Bourdain with a local guide
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Late Night Food Tour in the Shanghai's French Concession
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Late Night Food Tour in the Shanghai's French Concession
US$85,00
Overview

Eat like a local on this Shanghai late-night food tour, visiting off-the-path eateries, street barbecues, and a night market. Let your guide handle navigation as you sample more than 20 street-food bites—enough for dinner. Dishes you’ll likely taste: soup dumplings, lamb skewers, and boiled crayfish, washed down by local craft beer. Your guide will also tell you about the food, history, and culture of the former French Concession.

What to Expect
Greet your guide and group at a former French Concession subway station, and stroll towards the Xintiandi area. Your first stop will be a Uyghur restaurant for hand-pulled noodles, followed by a local eatery for the essential “xiaolongbao” soup dumplings.

Continue to Zhaozhou Road street food bazaar, frequented by Anthony Bourdain, and see the border where French-style apartments give way to old stone “shikumen” houses. Try local dishes at three separate eateries as you learn how locals live and eat.

Along the way, cleanse your palate with craft beer and enjoy your guide’s insights into Shanghai’s foodie culture and traditions. Your tour will finish in the former French Concession: Just ask your guide if you need directions to the subway or a taxi.
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1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Wow, just wow!!!!!

Thanks to Stephanie from Shanghai foodie for a great tour. I only had one available night in Shanghai and i'm glad we chose to join the late night food tour. Stephanie was energetic and passionate about her city and its food options. She took us...More

1  Thank Steady200382
Reviewed 1 July 2018
Real passion for traditional local food and drinks

It really makes a huge difference if your host is passionate about the things he is going to show you. In this case Jim did an awesome job getting us to local places to try some of the most authentic food and drinks that you...More

1  Thank HousesLostCousin
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile
A foodies must do!!!!

What can I say? Money well spent. My friend and I were the only two People on the late night tour. Jim was our guide and what a lovely guy he is. He took us to some great local joints. Definitely off the beaten track...More

1  Thank Faye M
Reviewed 11 June 2018
MUST DO

We arrived in Shanghai post sleeper train from Hong Kong and between us spoke not a word of Chinese, so I booked this tour to feed us and introduce us to the area. Vivian and her assistant (so sorry I can't remember your name) greeted...More

1  Thank Retrocoldplay
Reviewed 1 June 2018
Amazing tour!

Stephanie was by far the best guide one could ask for! With her amazing insights and knowledge into Chinese cuisine, I was truly delighted and thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Hope everyone can experience this tour at least once to truly understand the Shanghai food scene....More

1  Thank Lim H
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Malily
7 June 2018|
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Response from kcape | Reviewed this property |
No, but you meet him at the French Concession. Taking a taxi is very safe and inexpensive. Your hotel can get you a taxi and tell the driver where to take you. Shanghai is very safe. We were two women and felt very... More
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