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Chengdu Private Half-Day To Sichuan Cuisine Museum Tour with Cooking Class

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Sichuan food is one of China’s great cuisines. Experience it in depth on a small-group tour with a guide at the Sichuan Cuisine Museum, complete with free-flow beer, wine, and soft drinks and a glass of champagne. First, tour the museum, including hands-on displays, tastings, a raffle, and a garden. Next, learn to cook three different Sichuan dishes alongside an experienced chef, then feast on the fruits of your labors.



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Sichuan Cuisine Museum, Cooking Class

Day 1Chengdu

Meals: Not included
Attractions: Sichuan Cuisine Museum, Cooking Class


As visitors arrive at the Sichuan Cuisine Museum they are greeted by a bilingual guide who introduces the museum’s Tourist Center and hands out informational materials, and museum visitor survey cards. Visitors will then be invited to start their Sichuan dish jouney by first tasting a famous, and very popular local snack of fresh pancake made with eggs, and fermented flours in a variety of flavors to delight a variety of taste buds. After tasting the snack, your bilingual guide will take you to visit the following scenic spots: 1. Classic Collection Hall: Appreciate thousands of antiques, ancient books, pictures and records on  Sichuan culinary culture, have a close look at the kitchen wares over 3000 years ago and get to  know the evolution of Sichuan cuisine culture from the period of ancient states of Ba and Shu till up to now. 2. Raw material display area: have a look at the organic vegetable garden and poultry and enjoy yourself picking the organic vegetables; experience the traditional manufacturing techniques of flipping, sun-burning and dewing to make Pixian chilly bean paste; taste Xuanzi pea jelly and experience the delicacy of the chilly bean paste.  3. Kithchen God Ancesteral Hall learn of Chuancai’s banquet culture, and Kitchen God, a most revered deity in traditional Sichuan folk culture. You may feel lucky, and draw from lots for a chance to win a prized Sichuan menu. 4. Sichuan Resaurant Alley catch a glimpse into the past, and the dinning experiences of a much older Chengdu. The very popular combined Western-Sichuan Architectural styles of the early 1900’s period restaurants are displayed through paintings and pictures. 5. Raw Materials Processing time to be adventurous, crush chilies into powder using a Qing Dynasty pestle & mortar, make, and taste sweat or spicy bean curd puddings, and practice the art of grinding beans with an ancient grinding machine. After visiting around the museum, it’s now time to cook some authentic Chinese dishes with an experienced chef, at the end, you will be rewarded by receiving a “Sichuan Master certificate”. Choose one of the below two options and make sure to write your choice under “Special requirement” upon booking. A)  Panda Steamed Dumplings – Kung Pao Chicken – Mapo Tofu B)  Pumpkin Steamed Dumplings – Daqian Dry-Braised Fish – Boiled Beef in Chili Sauce  There is no better things to do after booking than enjoying the meal made by your own, it’s time to taste the food! After your meal, feel free to walk around the museum, enjoy the unlimited beer, some champagne and afternoon tea desserts.

Price Includes

  • Local transportation with private vehicle and skilled driver
  • Experienced tour guide
  • Entrance fees as listed in the program
  • Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour
  • 2 bottles of mineral water per person per day

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities(optional)
  • Meals
  • Accommodation(We could book the hotel for you depend on your budget and preference)
  • Personal consumption
  • Any services not mentioned