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Xi'an Evening or Morning Food Tour by TukTuk

  • Take an off-the-beaten-track food tour of Old Xi'an in a tuk-tuk 
  • Discover hidden eateries frequented by locals
  • Choose between morning and evening tours for maximum flexibility
Xi'an Evening or Morning Food Tour by TukTuk
From US$ 52.00
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Evening Food TourMost Popular
Enjoy unlimited food & drinks while getting whisked around the city's bustling streets and quaint alleys by private tuktuk.
From US$ 59.00
Morning Food & Market Tour
See how Xian wakes up by eating shoulder to shoulder with locals and exploring one of China's oldest markets!
From US$ 52.00

Once the last stop on the fabled Silk Road, the ancient city of Xi’an is a melting-pot of cultures—with a rich culinary tradition to match. On this insider’s food tour, leave navigation to your guide, who leads you through the winding streets of the Old City. Ride in style between food stops in your own private tuk-tuk, and enjoy a morning or evening tour to best suit your schedule. 

What to Expect
Meet your guide in the heart of Xi’an, a vibrant, ancient city that once marked the end of the legendary Silk Road. Ride a tuk-tuj down winding lanes and picturesque alleys as you listen to the history of the city and hear about its diverse food traditions.

Next, head to family-run eateries for a rare peek at the city's underground food scene. Locations vary, but you’ll be guaranteed unlimited bites at up to five different delicious food stops. Get a firsthand look at food preparation and learn about the families that have been making classic dishes like yangrou paomo (mutton stew with flatbread) for generations. You’ll have a chance to watch Xi’an’s famous noodles get hand-pulled to order.

Finally, head to a local brewery to drink a fresh print of local brew, or, you’ve opted for a morning tour, sample a classic breakfast platter.
Reviews (314)
1 - 5 of 293 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
Great evening activity to do, tasting some interesting Xi'An dishes.

Real fun evenings's activity and a great introduction to Xi'An food and beer. We went to places and tried some dishes that we would never have discovered for ourselves. Biang Biang Noodles a Xi'An speciality. We met some really nice people on our tour and...More

Thank gerardreal
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My husband and I travelled to China and did a Lost Plate Food Tour in Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai. We loved all of them but enjoyed Xi’an the most!! A tuk tuk ride through the Muslim area was a highlight of our whole trip!! The...More

Thank AnnPettit
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were 10 people in four tuk tuks careening through the darkened back alley's, slowing down and blasting off again on the way to dinner. The reason for the furtive journey we found out was that tuk, tuks were only allowed to operate in the...More

Thank kwaaak
Reviewed 1 week ago
TukTuk Food and Beer

Our guide, Faye, was excellent and very enthusiastic. She spoke good English and was great fun. The trip was very good, taking us to parts of Xian and to restaurants we certainly would not have visited otherwise. The food was simple, tasty and very enjoyable....More

Thank fltchj
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Just go, you won’t regret it

Our group of three went on an evening tour and had the best time. I have to admit, I wasn’t overly excited for the tour. I’ve been in China for 4 months and am feeling burned out on Chinese food. That all changed on this...More

Thank shilohw89
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