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Hanoi Street Food Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Get an inside glimpse into Hanoi's culinary culture 
  • Access places coaches can't on a walking tour 
  • Feast on local delicacies you may otherwise have missed 
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Hanoi Street Food Walking Tour
From US$29.00
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Hanoi Street Food Walking Tour
From US$29.00
Overview

Combine Hanoi’s culture with its cuisine on a street food walking tour, designed to provide an insider glimpse into the city. In addition to receiving personalized attention in a small group limited to 12, you’ll have access to places traditional tour vehicles can’t reach and discover local specialities, such as banh cuon (pork crepes), which you may otherwise have missed. All food and drinks are included for a seamless experience.

What to Expect

Your food tour begins in central Hanoi, where you’ll greet your guide and small group and set off toward your first food stop: Dong Xuan, a covered market replete with hawker stalls selling fresh seafood and exotic fruit.

After sampling a few snacks, you’ll head to Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Watch chefs hard at work in an open-kitchen restaurant and then sit down to sample bahn cuon, a lesser-known delicacy featuring crispy pork and crepes.

Your tour concludes with a fruit-and-condensed-milk dessert, which you’ll enjoy in a cafe with views over Hoan Kiem Lake.

Reviews (292)
1 - 5 of 143 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Found a food tour on Trip Advisor & booked before travelling.

We looked at several food tours and this looked good and easy to book. We walked to several places all different for a variety of Vietnamese cuisine. During the walks between the "restaurants" our guide, a nice young lady, told us about the areas we...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank vietnor2016
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic experience

I strongly recommend this tour and I strongly recommend you do this at the beginning of your stay in Hanoi because its a great way to get comfortable with the street food scene. Your guide will also show you how to cross the street (if...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Thinwhiteduke62
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Back again!

I had some visitors come and I brought them to try the walking street food tour because I enjoyed it so much the last time. And the locations slightly changed and I can still learn new things every time! Tony was our guide and he...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank JTM11234
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
An enjoyable intro to food in Hanoi

This was a very enjoyable experience with a very friendly and knowledgeable guide, Bing. The food was fantastic in all locations and the pace of the tour was perfect. If I had to make one suggestion to improve things, I’d say group sizes should be...More

Thank 845susieg
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Walking street food tour - Hanoi

Very enjoyable. Tony (Thành) was our guide, and he made the night memorable. We ate/drank at 6 different establishments, and also saw some interesting non-food related sights in Hanoi. The food was varied and tasty, and the last venue in particular was unique. Cafe Pho...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank RuthS529
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FleurH19
5 December 2018|
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Response from Helen Z | Reviewed this property |
Yes, one of our group was gluten free, 90% of the food is either rice based or vegetables. I think there was a bun but not sure what it was made of just don't have it and enjoy the rest of the tour.
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ChampersGirl_06
15 July 2018|
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Response from Kpuc76 | Reviewed this property |
There were two vegetarians in our group - just give the tour company plenty of notice and they can co-ordinate with the different restaurants / food vendors.
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jgshaver
21 April 2018|
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Response from Gary M | Reviewed this property |
During our walking tour, we probably walked no more than 2 km, at a very leisurely pace, with several stops along the way to try some of the local foods and hear stories from our guide detailing a bit of history and... More
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