Hong Kong Food | Did You Ever Tried Egg Tart? One of the most delicious things to on a Hong Kong food tour is without a doubt an egg tart! This mouthwatering goodness is best eaten when the egg custard is still warm and the pastry just crumbles in your mouth leaving you with a happy and fulfilled feeling. This sweet dessert is believed to has it’s origins in neighbouring Macau but some believe that the origins lies in the English custard pie. If your list of Hong Kong activities does not have a tick box with “try egg tart” you might miss out on the thing that makes every hong kong foodie heart skip a beat. 😃 When you plan your Hong Kong tour, don’t forget to add the egg tart on the list of the things to eat! 😉 #getinmybelly #goodeats #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoverhongkong #love #food #foodporn #eggtart #delicious #eathongkong #foodie #foodadventure #hk #tourism #travelbug #hellohongkongtours #hkfoodie #foodtour #mouthwatering #hongkongtour #foodieheart #eggcustard #crumble #pastry photo credit: J3toursRead More
Eat like a local on a Hello Hong Kong Food tour!
Our Food Tours last 4 hours and provide a solid introduction to Hong Kong’s food which is primarily Cantonese Chinese cuisine but with some small differences here and there which reflect the city’s mixed British and Chinese heritage.
Our Hong Kong food tours are immersive experiences meaning that we will take you to very local restaurants where the level of English spoken is low and you are likely to be the only tourists in the restaurant. One of our food stops is a ‘hole in the wall’ style meat restaurant so if this sounds like it might be TOO local for you please don’t book a food tour. Instead book a Private Customised tour and ask us to include some foodie elements into your tour.
We offer both public group and private food tours.
Public group tours run on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday mornings.
Private food tours run Monday to Saturday and can start any time before 2:30pm.
Deciding between a private tour and public group tour
A private tour gives you the benefit of being able to enjoy the tour at your own pace. It also allows for the option of adding on an additional hour which can be used to incorporate some extra sightseeing based on your interests or to have your guide meet you at your hotel rather then the prearranged meeting point. Private tours are 100% customisable so if you want to take one of the food stops out and add in a beer break or some very local street food we can do that!
If you book a small group tour you will join a group of other visitors. We take a maximum of 9 guests on our small group food tours in Hong Kong so it is still an immersive experience with lots of one-on-one time per person with the guide. You will need to be comfortable talking to and sharing your dining table with a group of new friends.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE PRIVATE OR GROUP TOUR BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK.
HONG KONG FOOD BLOG
THISGIRLABROAD reviews our Hong Kong Food Tour THISGIRLABROAD describes herself as ‘An expat in Hong Kong who loves to travel and eat. Preferably together’. Our Hong Kong food tour then was the perfect choice for her! In addition to her excellent website which is packed full of great articles on all things travel and food THISGIRLABROAD also writes for The HK Hub and foodie magazine We are thrilled with the wonderful write up of her experience with our Hong Kong food guide Mel. You can read all about it HERE. Be sure to check out the rest of her Hong Kong food blog for more great tips on where to find the best Hong Kong food. #instafood #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoverhongkong #food #instagood #happy #getinmybelly #eathongkong #bbctravel #foodie #foodadventure #hongkong #china #hk #instatravel #adventure #welltraveled #tourism #travelbug #lonelyplanet #travelstoke #hellohongkongtours #hongkongtour #hkfoodie #foodtour #privatetour #personaltour #personalguideRead More