Xi'an Evening Food Tour by TukTuk
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Pass By: Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang), Zhongxin District, Xi'an 710001 China
You will meet at an easy-to-find central location and then wind your way through the narrow streets and alleys by tuktuk within the Xi’an City Wall to find the best food in the city. We’ll take you places where only locals go. You’ll cover a lot of ground and get off the beaten path to family-run restaurants that you (and other tourists) won’t find on your own. Between food stops, you’ll be able to chat with your English-speaking guide about the city while drinking unlimited chilled beer and soda during the ride.
Stop At: Muslim Quarter, West of Bell Drum Towers Square , Beilin District, Xi'an 710000 China
While visiting our 4-5 food stops, you will get to learn about the families that have been making their specialties for generations. You’ll watch your food being made and learn about what makes it so special to Xian locals. Whether it’s sitting by an old man grilling meat over coals in a quaint Muslim Quarter alleyway, or watching noodles hand-pulled to order, there is something to try for everyone.
The tour will finish at the only local brewery in Xian where you can tour the facility and sample what’s on tap before we treat you to a pint of your choice.
Duration: 4 hours
Stop At: Near Wall Bar and Xian Brewery, No.40 West Section of Shuncheng South Road, South Gate, Beilin District, Xi'an China
The tour ends at a local brewery where you can sample their craft beer and then enjoy a pint of your choice.
Duration: 30 minutes
- Private transportation
- 4-5 food stops
- Driver and local guide
- Unlimited beer and soft drinks
- Small-group tour (less than 10 people)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
- This tour is not vegetarian friendly, instead we recommend joining our tours in Beijing, Shanghai or Chengdu.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
The trip was really nice and well organized. The host, Harry was exceptionally sweet and accommodating of everyone's needs. He was pleasant all through the trip and very gracious. He walked us through the food, anticipated every need and guided us very well. There was so much food that we couldn't think of eating any more after that. And this is after missing the standard Xi'an classics of the lamb paomo and the sweet rice.
The food on the tour was good. You get to try local food from four different places that you wouldn’t normally find yourself as they are well hidden and known to locals. Felt a little rushed by the tour Gide like she was in a hurry to finish the tour.
Amanda was a great guide. She took us to 4 good stops in the muslum area and a brewery. The food was all delicious and places we would never have found on our own. Highly recommend!
This was by far one of my favorite things I did in Xi'an. We sampled delicious food all over the city and really enjoyed riding around in the Tuk Tuks. We never would have found these places on our own. Fey and Bo were excellent guides and taught us much more about the city than food! I highly highly recommend this tour to all! You won't regret it!
Tuk tuk tours are an amazing way to see the city and taste great food! Out of all of the tours I did this one is the best! The noodles were amazing and it was great to see less touristy restaurants/food vendors in the Muslim district
We did many tours in Beijing and Xi'an - this was by far the best. It was a really insider tour of the Muslim district away from the tourist areas. Cannot recommend this enough!
this was an excellent trip. It's a mix of walking and tuk tuk, with walking being fairly short. The trip is also split between the Muslim part of the Night Market and the non-Muslim part. The standard trip wouldn't be an awesome for vegetarians at least the one we took wouldn't be nearly every dish had ground meat. The food was all excellent, and really wasn't things I'm familiar with in the US, and I eat a lot of Asian food here. the only things I'd had before were the Xiao long bao and egg flower soup at one restaurant. Our guide Rosemary was a really good chaperone, moving things along and explaining things well. It was a pleasant evening and one I'd happy repeat.