San Francisco Chinatown Food and Culture Walking Tour

San Francisco Chinatown Food and Culture Walking Tour -– Photo Credit: Viator

San Francisco Chinatown Food and Culture Walking Tour – Photo Credit: Viator

This year’s Chinese New Year “The Year of the Monkey” is in full swing. San Francisco’s Chinatown is one of North America’s oldest and largest. What better place to celebrate the Chinese New Year than in one of the nation’s top foodie capitals – Dim Sum never tasted so good!
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Centrally located in the heart of the city (just off Union Square), Chinatown’s streets and alleyways are jam-packed with little shops and stalls, specialty stores, food and fish markets, herb shops, antique stores, bakeries, Dim Sum parlors and exotic Chinese restaurants.

Treat yourself and your family to a fun Chinatown Food and Culture Walking Tour – and see the cultural side of San Francisco where the old world meets the new.

Go with an appetite because you’ll be eating some sumptuous treats along the way, such as crispy BBQ Pork, Dim Sum, the best Salt & Pepper Chicken Wings in Chinatown, exotic seasonal Asian fruits and fortune cookies. Visit the bustling Chinese food markets and enjoy an authentic Chinese Tea sampling where you’ll learn all about the wonders of tea – this is really fun!

Gum Lung Golden Dragon brings luck, longevity and prosperity, Chinatown, San Francisco

Gum Lung Golden Dragon brings luck, longevity and prosperity – Chinatown, San Francisco

Tour cultural landmarks and uncover the secrets of San Francisco’s historical Chinatown, one of the city’s top tourist attractions. Friendly, knowledgeable and experienced guide Cynthia Yee (a San Francisco local), leads this unique tasting and cultural walking tour. It’s a great way to experience Chinatown – and you sure can’t beat the people-watching.

Make this a Chinese New Year to remember!

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