The booking with the company was slightly confused, we checked the availability online and then rang to make a booking for the China Town Foodie Tour, we were advised on the phone that the tour was not running due to the Queens birthday, however when we checked again online we were able to book. We arrived very worried that after making our payment (2400 bhat) that the tour might not be on, but we were soon greeted by Nushi, our fantastic guide for the evening. Troubles aside we set off into China town, Nushi has excellent English and talked to us about the history of the town and the Chinese people and their food, her knowledge was excellent and she happily answered questions and recommended things for us. We visited seven restaurants on the tour, experiencing lots of different things from Dim Sum to Pig Organ Soup. Along our walk Nushi was able to talk to us about different foods and traditions in Chinese culture and explained each item we ate in detail. She even bought us ponchos when it began to rain! Some parts of dinner were better than others, the Chinese buns are fantastic, we went back for more, whereas other things weren't too my liking, as is to be expected when it comes to food, we all like different things! Overall though it was a fantastic experience and we got to try lots of things that we would have never normally tried in a million years, as well as learning a lot about Chinese culture and traditions. I would really recommend this if you want an insight into different types of authentic Chinese food, be brave and try everything!!
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