What people say

Sunday Telegraph newspaper says:

“Her private tours are tailored to your culinary needs, with expert guidance and opinions thrown in.”

Kimchi lectureOnline travel magazine Traveler’s Digest says:

“Feasting in the Know food tours are ideal for both locals and tourists who want to get the inside scoop on Sydney’s Asian offerings.”

“She knows the best places to get lip-smacking Asian grub that’s the real deal.”

“Wee Lynn also has foodie stories and historical tidbits galore, making her trips educational as well as gluttonous.”

Read the full review by Traveler’s Digest at Feasting in the Know – Grazing Adventure.

Top food blogger Lorraine Elliott of Not Quite Nigella says:Northern Chinese dumplings

“…it was a scene of everyone nodding and moaning about how good these were.” (Ms Elliott and her friends returning to an eatery introduced by FITK)

“I…got a glimpse into the hidden secret treasures of Burwood from one of its most lively and knowledgeable residents.”

“I had an inkling that her tour would be run with calm efficiency.”

Read the complete NQN blog post and NQN restaurant review.

Guests’ testimonials

Relaxing, informative, generous.”  – Tricia F., Cammeray

Masterfully inter-weaved personal anecdotes with snippets of interesting facts, about the food, culture and suburb, and all at a relaxed pace.

I’m lovin’ the insights into what to buy at Asian groceries.”  – Camilla W., Lewisham

Certainly opened my eyes to the richness of the Flemington community.  I thought you were a fantastic guide, really easy to relate to, and I was in absolute awe of your knowledge.

 “Lynn’s enthusiam for the culture just shone through naturally.  She knows so much about the food, the people and the history; little tidbits just dropping out like gold nuggets, I learned a lot.”  – Fay N., Hong Kong

Your knowledge about the cuisine and culture is broad and exciting (full of factoids, stories, fables, which we loved).  We will, no doubt, be recommending Feasting in the Know to friends and colleagues.

The donation to charity is a really nice touch.

Everything was really well-organised and so easy.  I loved getting a detailed insight into the culture as well as food.”  – Aralyn Hanna, Como

Supermarket tour was a highlight.”  – Anita W., Russell Lea

I think the best aspect was that… none of us had ever been to Campsie, and would have passed by a lot of the stops you took us to.

The food at the [Korean] restaurant was great.  Wee Lynn’s knowledge of the cuisine was very insightful.  That was the best part of the experience.” – Boo Junfeng, filmmaker from Singapore who enjoyed the Korean Adventure despite growing up eating Korean food (his mum is a veteran Korean restaurant-owner).