Are you curious about Hangzhou’s nighttime food scene? Do you like to drink wine, but haven’t taste any of the local win? Join us on a nighttime eating and drinking tour in Hangzhou, we will choose the authentic Night Markets foods with surprisingly delicious Hangzhou local wines. While walking along the Hangzhou’s old style Shenglihe Food Street, you’ll see how locals live and eat.
Pickup service can be arranged at your hotel lobby in Hangzhou downtown or Hangzhou train station. And drive you to the Huanglong Seafood Night Market. As the largest sea food night market in Hangzhou, all kinds of sea foods are available. In the day, this street is a place to purchase sea food and in the night it will be full of sidewalk snack booths which attract many food aficionados to hunt for delicacies. Make your first stop at a local restaurant serving up the best seafood in the city. Find a table among the locals, then taste the famous dishes and participate in an in-depth discussion on the flavor and consistency of the broth, how to select and tell the fresh quality of the seafoods, how to keep it fresh when cooking them...This night market is an excellent place to enjoy all kinds of fresh seafood with friends, family members and colleagues.Continue to the famous Shengli River Food Street. The street features an atmosphere of antiquity. Decorated with red lanterns and local ancient style constructions, people walking on the street at night will be amazed at its dazzling beauty. It’s a hot place to go at night. The street integrates Hangzhou local food and typical foods from various parts of China together. There are not only many options of food, but also various ways of dining to choose from. You can either choose to sit indoor in an elegantly-decorated room, or choose to brag with your friends outside on the street. Don’t worry to feel cheap about dining on the street, because it’s a pretty popular dining option in China. No need to worry about being eavesdropped or the weather. The street has it all worked out: tables are arranged two or three meters away from each other; Curtains are put up to protect you from cold wind and rain. Visit some of the restaurants in the neighborhood to try local dishes and see how the native city residents eat and live. Between stops, cleanse your palate with green or black tea and listen to your guide's commentary on Hangzhou's culinary culture and traditions.Drive you back to your hotel or Hangzhou train station and your Hangzhou night food tour ends. DIETARY RESTRICTIONS Vegetarians & vegans are welcome. We will make substitutions where possible. And our guide will tell you what the food ingredients are before you order.