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Late Night Food Tour in the Shanghai's French Concession

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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$80.09
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.
Reviews (24)
1 - 5 of 22 reviews
Reviewed today
Jim the man

The 5 stop walking tour was entertaining, filling and informative, The food was different from the usual Chinese food that we are used to. Shanghai soup dumpling was out of this world, the teas were so varied that we could not believe the flavors that...More

Thank Tejas G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
So much fun!

We had a great time, our guide Jim was just amazing! Started with drinks at a bar in the former French Concession. Since it was the Mid Autumn Festival, Jim brought us mooncakes from....KFC?! We were skeptical, but very pleasantly surprised at how delicious they...More

1  Thank NiceLadyKP
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Just perfect.

This tour made me fall in love with Shanghai. Jim is extremely knowledgeable about Shanghai and its food, traditions, history and culture. He is an excellent tour guide and would recommend him 100%. We had local Shanghai food around Lao Xi Men area, and everything...More

1  Thank Monica F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic Evening Adventure...especially for a short layover

Jenny was a knowledgeable guide, I appreciated the tidbits on the development of the (former) French Concession and the buildings in the area. Sneaking peaks into the shared kitchens and learning about the residential lives of folks in the area was great, in addition to...More

2  Thank Red_202
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
This one's at the top for a reason, folks

This one's at the top for a reason, folks. Even experienced "foodie" travelers will certainly try something new and delicious on this evening tour. A huge bonus was having a local Shanghai guide, Jim, take us through the French Concession and share some of the...More

1  Thank worldtravel109
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As I recall only a few blocks all level, all paved. It was a nice experience
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