Although I live here, I see that street food in Ha Noi is very cheap and delicious.That is a pity if you come here without trying street food.
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.
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.
My guide was Tony. He is an excellent guide. Nicely picked items to try, great knowledge about food, country, lifestyle…. Anything you just asked. I would go with this company for the other tours in a future.
Me ( spelling) was an absolutely charming guide, he took us for five different stops and we enjoyed several different types of food which we would NEVER have been brave enough to try and buy. He aslo told us all sorts of interesting things and...More
We did an evening street food tour with My our tour guide. Born in Hanoi his knowledge of the food culture was excellent. Took us to some really authentic Vietnamese street food eateries - the kind I would normally avoid but he knew they were...More