The Big Binondo Food Wok
If you are traveling to the Philippines, one thing that you cannot afford to miss is the delicious mouth-watering and abundance of food variety in Manila. The big Binondo food wok situated in the world’s oldest Chinatown will take you through a gastronomic feast and you can hog on to all kinds of food for around 3.5 hours. A professional food guide will accompany you on the tour and will start with the history of the area, taking you through the popular landmarks such as Ongpin Street, Plaza Calderon Dela Barca, and Basílica de San Lorenzo Ruiz. The best part is the menu keeps changing from day to day depending on the group but some of the staple dishes in the big Binondo food tour remain the same including, Dong Bei, Lumpia, Hopia, Siopao and more. Relish your taste buds with the Filipino touch of cooking style from the local vendors. What to expect from The Big Binondo Food WokExplore the intimate alleys of ChinatownExplore one of the most historic and oldest Chinatowns in the Philippines and try the local cuisine food while you explore the tiny streets of Manila.Learn more about the history The big Binondo food wok will take you through the history of the popular landmarks and the tour guide will also tell you the food tales of old Manila and about the popular dishes.Know about the local Tsinoy community Get familiar with various local communities and try your hands on their fresh local food while you are at it.Eat till your heart’s contentEat all you want the local exquisite dishes like siopao, Pancit, Champoy, Lumpia and moreKnow before you go:Ticket variant:Private Day tour(Weekday)Private Day tour(Weekend)Time: 3 hours 30 minutesMeet Up Information:Time: 10 minutes before the start of the tourLocation: Binondo ChurchAddress:Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz (Binondo church), Plaza L.Ruiz, Binondo, Manila, Metro ManilaHow To Get There:Ride a local jeepney or taxi bound for Divisoria, and get off at Ongpin street corner Q. Paredes street, in front of Binondo churchInsider Tips:At the end of the tour, the tour guide will bring you to a local store for delicacies that you can bring home. These delicacies will have to be paid for directly to the vendors.