Tabl Logo
Account LogoAccount Logo
Wishlist LogoWishlist Logo
Booking LogoBooking Logo


Hong Kong is a food lover’s heaven, from food experiences sampling spicey street food to superior Michelin-starred restaurants. Authentic food experiences in Hong Kong include enjoying a traditional dim sum meal, served in bamboo steamers.

With restaurants in Hong Kong set to become fully booked for both New Year's Eve and the traditional Chinese New Year, sometimes you need an alternative. As such, our food experiences in Hong Kong include a couple of delightful dinner cruises.

Not only that but if you're travelling at any other time of year, we also have a selection of food tours. Giving you an authentic taste of local life in the magical city of Hong Kong.

Food Experiences in Hong Kong

As well as alternatives to popular restaurants in Hong Kong, below are a selection of food experiences available.

Chinese New Year Harbour Dinner Cruise

Enjoy the incredible Chinese New Year Fireworks on an exclusive 63ft boat. The 3-hour cruise sets sail at 6 pm and is a magical way to celebrate one of the key dates on the Chinese calendar.

At 8pm the magnificent firework displays starts, lasting 23-minutes over Victoria Harbour. There is a fully stocked bar on board, a buffet gourmet dinner and fantastic music.

Please note: the trip is for over 18s only and you will need to wear something warm.

New Year Victoria Harbour Dinner Cruise

Another fabulous New Year dinner cruise, however, unlike the above Chinese New Year, this one takes place on 31st December. The cruise sails at 9pm and returns at 1am, celebrating the arrival of another year.

At midnight, the sky will be set alight with an amazing 12-minute fireworks display over Victoria Harbour. Aboard the cruise is guaranteed to give you the best vantage point in the city.

As this is a celebration, make sure you bring your dancing feet and get ready for a good old fashioned New Year celebration!

Private Kowloon Street Food and Culture Tour

The night starts with a food tour of Sham Shui Po’s best street food. Firstly, you will enjoy a serving of pork and leek dumplings, followed by a portion of tofu pudding topped with cane sugar. Next, we visit a local bakery and you can feast upon puddings, steamed sugar cakes, fried sesame seed balls and more.

Afterwards, it is an exploration of Kowloon, when the city starts to come alive! You will learn about the interesting history of Kowloon, and how it became part of the British empire.

We continue to Mong Kok district famous for its once organized crime. Then it is off to the district of Tsim Sha Tsui. Here we visit Chungking Mansions and other historic buildings. The tour ends at the waterfront where we relax with a cold beer!

Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour

Here you will eat like a local and discover the best of Hong Kong's Cantonese cuisine with award-winning and Michelin-rated food tastings. This tour is perfect for foodies who want to enjoy delicious, high-quality local food in local eateries with local people.

You will learn about Hong Kong’s food culture, from the traditional fare from Guangzhou to the interesting western cuisine. The day will start with a Dim Sum breakfast in an old tea house. Next, we stop at a family-run Wonton Noodle shop (dating back to the 1960s) for another sampling.

Afterwards, we travel by Ding Ding (a tram) to another family-run restaurant, renowned for its Siu Mei (roast beef). Sample the best Char Siu (BBQ pork) cooked in the traditional style, served with rice and homemade sauces. We finish the tour with an Egg Tart, or in Cantonese, Dan Tat.

Food Experiences in Hong Kong

The eclectic mix of contemporary cuisine has made Hong Kong a famous foodie paradise. Restaurants in Hong Kong deliver a fantastic food experience, while the best way to learn about the local gastronomy is by taking a food tour.

Book food experiences in Hong Kong with tabl. along with food and drink experiences across the world.

The Best Hong Kong Food Tours

Food and drink experiences in Hong Kong are the opportunity to fully appreciate the local way of life - read this article The Best Hong Kong Food Tours for more insights

Timeout LogoHuff Post LogoITV LogoFoodism LogoEvening Standard LogoStylist Logo