Chatswood is Sydney’s newest and most exciting ‘Little Asia’. Over the last few years Chatswood has grown into an exciting hub of authentic Asian cuisine and culture, attracting the best brands and unique family owned businesses. It is where Korea meets Hong Kong, with China and Japan just around the corner. On this tasting tour you will try the traditional and the modern, authentic and fusion, and your tastebuds will be forever grateful.
Your tour will include fun modern Chinese, Taiwan bao snacks, Chinese halal dumplings, authentic Malay and Korean, modern Chinese fusion and Thai sweets, and more.
Taste some of the best Asian dishes on offer in Chatswood. You’ll discover hidden gems that you could never find on your own! It’s the perfect tour for visitors and locals alike!
This tour was is proudly supported by Willoughby City Council.
All the tickets are online, you will not need the paper ticket as we can check you in online.
All the tickets are online, you will not need the paper ticket, and we can change the name when you check in, if needed.
Yes! Our tours are family friendly. Children under 5 can attend for free and we have kid tickets (for 5-11 year olds) and youth tickets (12-18) available. All children and youth must be accompanied by an adult.
Absolutely not! Our tours combine commentary, historical facts, local culture and culinary insight into unique 3-6 hour experiences. You’ll be guided through Sydney’s best kept secret suburbs, eating local artisans’ most delicious foods while learning about food, culture, and history from local guides.
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximise your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
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"What a joy to see how Chatswood had changed over the last decade since I visited. We visited some great examples of Chinese, Malay and Japanese foods. Japanese made chocolate at Royce was an experience. Authentic Malay where the locals eat. Great fun and some new tastes for me."
(Weekly) Traditional stories & recipes have come on long journeys from homes in Afghanistan, Syria and Persia!