Feb 20, 2011 · 9:15 AM
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Minimum of 8 and maximum of 11 for this tour. See ticket info towards the end of this post!
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Thanks to the generosity of our Sponsor, Six Taste Tours, Pleasure Palate members will be getting a one-time special 50% discount off of today's
New Chinatown Food Tour, which will also be a private tour just for us.
Tour Info: San Gabriel is the new Chinatown of the Greater Los Angeles area. This community has continued to grow over the years and is now host to a number of restaurants and ethnic eateries that serve its local Chinese population. San Gabriel is pocketed with clusters of delicious Cantonese cuisine. Our food tour will give guests an introduction to the local cuisine, from Dim Sum 101 to some fresh Chinese pastries. Guests on the New Chinatown Food Tour in Los Angeles will be able to sample some of the best Cantonese food in the Greater Los Angeles area. Led by a guide with insider knowledge of the area, guests can expect to learn about Cantonese cuisine, a little San Gabriel history and the local culinary scene. Our guides will teach you all about dim sum and beyond. Highlights include sampling up to six dim sum classics, Cantonese BBQ, and fresh goodies from a world-famous Cantonese bakery. This 3-hour walking tour will include: - A Six Taste Bag - Tastings at New Capital Dim Sum - Assortment of BBQ at Sam Woo BBQ - Fresh pastry from Kee Wah Bakery - Tastings at Happy Kitchen Restaurant
Click here to check out the Delicious Dumpling Tour we went on last year.
Things To Bring: Feel free to bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, cash for any desired purchases, or a camera.
Tipping In the tourism industry, it is typical to tip a standard gratuity of 15% to 20% of the retail price of the tour (between $8 to $11). If you enjoyed your time on the tour, please be sure to take care of our tour guides. Thank you! The tour cost usually runs $55/pp, but
our cost will be just $27.50/pp and will include the tour, the food and a Six Taste bag souvenir.
* Tastings subject to change without notice. This will definitely be a great way to learn about Cantonese food and culture, so I hope you join me for this fun tour.
To Purchase Tickets, do not go to the Six Tastes New Chinatown Tour Page to purchase your tickets. To get the 50% off this tour,
you must click here to purchase your ticket. Please note that these tickets are non-refundable!