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Suzhou Alleyway Walking
Food Tour


Lost Plate TA Certificate of Excellence

Imagine a city that has been wealthy for thousands of years – what would their street food look like? On this tour, you’ll walk through lush gardens and 800-year old monasteries while stopping to enjoy Suzhou’s incredibly rich food and culture, in true Suzhou fashion.



Time

Sat & Sun at 11:00AM, Duration 3 Hours


Transport

Approx 40 minutes walk with many stops in between


Includes

All Food & Beverages, Local Guide


Price

Adults: $49 New Tour Launch $39.20 USD
Children 4-15: $25 USD


Highlights

  • Off the Beaten Path

  • Local Guide

  • Family Friendly

  • Vegetarian Friendly

  • Small Groups (2-12 pax)

  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Off the Beaten Path

  • Local Guide

  • Family Friendly

  • Vegetarian Friendly

  • Small Groups (2-12 pax)

  • Free Cancellation

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Suzhou Food Tours Need to Know

Need to Know


  • Stops: 2 cultural stops, 4 sit-down, safe-to-eat restaurants and 1 coffee house.
  • Start Location: Starts in the Beisita Subway Station.
  • End Location: At a local coffee house, a 20 minute minute walk from the start location.
  • Walking: You will walk a total of about 40 minutes during this 3 hour tour with many breaks along the way, weaving your way through a maze of alleyways, canals, ancient temples, and hidden gardens.
  • Dietary Requirements & Allergies: This tour is vegetarian friendly, but please note substitutions are not available for every dish. Please let us know prior to your tour date as same day requests cannot be guaranteed. This tour is not recommended for gluten free, dairy free, vegan or other special diets.



What to Expect


  • Eat seasonal Suzhou noodles which hold the world record for having over 500 toppings, and find out why locals enjoy this food with their favorite pastime – the Opera.
  • Try neighborhood favorites like savory soy milk, Suzhou-style spring rolls and donuts, and Tang-dynasty fried sesame balls.
  • Tour some of the best sights Suzhou’s communities have to offer, such as towering 800-year-old pagodas and secret Ming-dynasty gardens.
  • Enjoy a thousand-layer tofu dumpling stuffed with shredded pork and bamboo shoots at a restaurant dedicated to revitalizing old-Suzhou snack cuisine.
  • Eat at a famous Bubble Wonton joint, frequented by celebrities and neighbors alike, enjoying the tiny bubble-like wontons in an incredibly rich broth – you’ve never had anything like it!
  • End the tour at an indie Chinese cafe with a tea or coffee, and experience Suzhou’s burgeoning cafe culture amidst this traditional ancient neighborhood.
  • Plus a lot more surprises!

Suzhou Food Tours What to Expect

  • Our tour routes may change depending on vendor opening hours and tour schedules. Your tour experience may be slightly different than what’s described above, but we promise it will always be awesome.


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Explore Suzhou’s maze of canal-side alleyways by foot.

Try all of the the best local breakfast snacks.

Visit hidden temples and gardens.

Visit a boutique rooftop coffee house.



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Our Food Tour Reviews

“Without doubt one of the highlights of our trip! The food in the tour is so delicious and they will take you to places that you would never know and try by yourself. On top of that, our guide was excellent, so nice with much knowledge which she is happy to share about China’s food, history and culture.”

“The tour takes you to establishments that are off the beaten path and without Lost Plate, you would never know they exist. Let me tell you, the FOOD is amazing. The tour guides give you an over all history of each restaurant and the food you are trying. You will not be disappointed. Best $$ we spent.”