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Philly Chinatown Tour& Dim Sum Tasting

Philly Chinatown Tour& Dim Sum Tasting

Duration:3 hours total
Includes:Food
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

As a dumpling expert and the founder of Dumpling Academy, I host classes and competitions based on the iconic food. I have worked in City Kitchen for the dumpling making show at the Reading Terminal Market as its guest chef for Chinese New Year. I was also interviewed by “What’s Cooking” on 1060 by Hadas Kuznits, of the Philadelphia (CBS) KYW radio station about Chinese New Year. In early 2017, I…
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What we’ll do

Dim Sum, that wonderful brunch served in Chinese Tea houses, literally meaning “to touch your heart,” is served as an innumerable assortment of delicacies, consisting or varieties of dumplings, steamed dishes, and other goodies. Dive Into Chinese Culture and Cuisine on Philly’s Chinatown Tour and Dim Sum which more likes a brunch, making the tour a budget-friendly way to explore city of…

What else you should know

Bring your own camera. Bring some money if you want to make a purchase along the way during the tour, e.g. buy bubble tea or Chinese bun at the bakery shop. Host will only cover the cost of dim sum.

What I’ll provide

Food
Chinese Dim Sum You will taste either Cantonese-style Dim Sum in a traditional Dim Sum house, or Mandarin Dim Sum

What to bring

Money for your own purchase during the tour. Most stores only accept cash in Chinatown. So please bring enough cash with you.
Be sure to wear comfortable shoes

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Where you'll be

In this Chinatown tour (depending on the timing), walk through a Chinese herbal medicine shop, a Chinese bakery, an Asian grocery store, a fish market, a Chinese arts and crafts store, a fried ice cream shop, and the best roasted duck house etc, end with lunch at a Dim Sum restaurant.

Keep these in mind

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.

Communication policy

Always communicate through Airbnb. To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.

Guest requirements

Up to 15 guests ages 6 and up can attend.

More tips

Bring your own camera. Bring some money if you want to make a purchase along the way during the tour, e.g. buy bubble tea or Chinese bun at the bakery shop. Host will only cover the cost of dim sum.
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Philly Chinatown Tour& Dim Sum Tasting
32 reviews
$62 per person
32 reviews
$62 per person