Xi’an may not be home to trendy bistros or Michelin stars, but those willing to go local will find one of the most vibrant street food scenes in China. This experience takes place in the narrow alleyways of the lively Muslim Quarter. Your chariot? A nifty motorized tuk tuk that allows you to navigate the crowded backstreets with ease. Your guide is a local foodie who has spent months eating her way through the city (tough job, eh?) in order to select the finest xiaochi – snacks – for you to sample. Expect flavors that showcase Xi’an’s Silk Road heritage, combining Chinese elements with flavors from the Middle East: grilled flat breads, beef dumplings and the most delicious grilled lamb skewers you’ll ever taste – guaranteed.