Where is the meeting location of your Foodie Tours?

We meet at conveniently located spots in Central, in Sham Shui Po or in Tai Po for our Foodie Tours. The meeting locations are easily accessible by MTR or other public transportation. The exact meeting location of each Foodie Tour as well as detailed directions will be sent to you in a confirmation email once you purchase your tickets online.

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Is there a minimum for the Foodie Tour to operate? Will tours be canceled if not enough participants signed up?

There is no minimum participants required on our Foodie Tour. We will operate with even one participant. However, in very rare occasions, there might be unforeseen circumstances, such as strong typhoon, that prevent us from operating a tour. In that situation, we will notify our participants at least 24 hours in advance. We will also promptly refund your tour fees.

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What happens if it rains or there is a typhoon?

Our Foodie Tours will still be in operation under Amber Rainstorm Signal or Tropical Cyclone (Typhoon) Signals No. 1 or 3. Tours will only be cancelled when Red or Black Rainstorm Signals or Tropical Cyclone (Typhoon) Signals No. 8, 9 or 10 is hoisted. In case of inclement weather, please check the Hong Kong Observatory website or the TV for the latest weather information. Final decision will be announced on our website two hours prior to the departure time of the Foodie Tour. In such cases, we can reschedule your for an alternate Foodie Tour subject to availability or offer you a full refund.

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What do I need to bring on the tour?

In addition to a big appetite, please bring along your confirmation email. In terms of clothing, we suggest you wear comfortable clothing and shoes. As summer months (April – September) in Hong Kong can be very hot, it is recommended that you wear sun protection, including sun block, sunglasses or a hat. We will provide a bottle of water for you at the first tasting location. There will also be drinks provided at some of our other tasting locations.

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Is the tour wheelchair or stroller friendly?

The Central and Sheung Wan neighborhoods are rather hilly, with parts of our tour covering slopes and stairs. In addition, some of the sidewalks are quite narrow with busy traffic passing by. We would not encourage our participants to come in a wheelchair or bring a stroller.

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