Saturday, 21.10.2017

Little Adventure in Hong Kong Tour the City's Top Tables


Few cities have the culinary culture that we're lucky enough to have inHong Kong. Basically if they cook it anywhere in the world, you couldprobably find a version  here, not to mention the countless provincialChinese styles that can be found for those truly willing to look, and put their taste buds – and stomach contents – on the line. What you need is a guide – someone that knows where they're going and (unlike you last weekend) to put in your mouth.

Join award-wining travel writer, author and long-time Hong Kong resident Daisann McLane on one of her 'Little Adventure of Hong Kong' tours of the city's culinary scene.

Delve into some of the city's most exclusive and least-known private kitchens, tour the markets, ask all the dumb questions you've been dying to ask (“what part of the chicken it this again?”) and nibble your way across the Fragrant Harbour with a few intrepid friends.

Daisann offers an insider's guide to the city she loves and you'll be able to show off you're new found knowledge with thel ladies.

Who knows what you might find out about your favourite Canto dishes.

Little Adventure in Hong Kong
From $750 per hour, minimum three hours
To book email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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