There are two Chinatowns, one that you see from a van or bus, and the one that can only be experienced on foot in the back alleys, food markets, and local restaurants. One Chinatown, the one from the bus, is interesting. Our Chinatown will surprise you with new adventures around every corner. In our Chinatown, artisans form Fortune Cookies by hand. In our Chinatown, artisans practice their craft in small alleys using techniques handed down for thousands of years. And in our Chinatown, the authentic cuisine will enliven your senses with new flavors, smells, and aromas
Our 3 hour, Online Live SF Food Tour includes all drinks and food everyday at 10 am or 2 pm. Discounts for families and children.
Whether your group is 15, 50, 100 or more, we'll make sure that you have a phenomenal time.
Chinatown and North Beach\Little Italy awaken you to new flavors, new cultures, and to parts of your heart.
Whether you join us on our 10 am or 2 pm tour, we'll search out authentic crafts and pottery, and explore exotic and unique Asian produce, herbs, and teas from the very people who know them best.
Explore North Beach/Little Italy's Foods & History
Join us on a private tour with just your friends and family on our Chinatown, North Beach\Little Italy or our Tour of Chinatown and North Beach\Little Italy. For up to four people, it's only $236, and
"Each of their San Francisco tours lives up to its name by visiting food companies and restaurants, often with behind-the-scenes chats, but goes well beyond that to embrace the full personality of the area. As a bonus, tour guru Tom Medin brings it fully to life with his panoramic knowledge of the city and her secrets."Las Vegas Magazine
A lot of valuable information with a very friendly atmosphere.Maureen O'Bryan
We loved the small groups! Enjoyed meeting the people in the neighborhood and eating their delicious food! We have recommended it to many friends.Barb & Deb
My favourite paid walking tour in town is the never-boring Local Tastes of the City ToursPauline - Frommer's Guide to San Francisco
Explore the culinary side of San Francisco's Italian enclaveUSA Today