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Ho Chi Minh City Street Food Tour with Dinner

From US$32.00
  • Eat your way through Saigon (or Ho Chi Minh City) the way the locals do
  • Indulge in Vietnamese classic dishes and Southern Vietnamese specialties
  • Mingle with locals over coffee, beer, and desserts
Ho Chi Minh City Street Food Tour with Dinner
From US$32.00
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Ho Chi Minh City Street Food Tour with Dinner
From US$32.00

Even if you love to eat Vietnamese food back home, the sheer culinary range on offer in the country can be bewildering. Discover Southern Vietnamese cuisine on this Ho Chi Minh City foodie walking tour led by a gastronomic guide. Besides favorites such as coffee, beer, and fried banana, savor specialties such as chao muc (squid soup) and ha cao (Chinese style dim sum).

What to Expect

Greet your guide and fellow foodies in central Ho Chi Minh City and head straight for the street stalls for chao muc (squid soup) and xa xui (barbecued pork). Sample a unique street food called banh bo banh tieu (a bit like a savory donut), and then learn how Cantonese, Teochew, and Hakka Chinese migrated to Saigon.

After a classic Vietnamese coffee served local style, discover that Chinese influence as you dine on Saigon-style dim sum, Saigon spring rolls and barbecued beef meatballs, then head to Bui Vien for a fried banana dessert.

No Ho Chi Minh City food tour would be complete without an ice-cold beer, so your tour will end at a beer stall, beer in hand. Your guide will be glad to provide tips for exploring further or just help you get a taxi back to your accommodation.

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1 - 5 of 33 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Food night Tour/Tunnels - Tan is the Man

Tan is the Man.. we actually did two Trips with Tan, Night Food Tour & Tunnels, We really enjoyed Night walking tour. Trying food and drinks we normally wouldn’t try, Tan from start was very welcoming, giving us tips and hints about the city’s also...More

Thank Johnny D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Saigon Street Food by Night

Our local guide, Tan, was excellent! He was very knowledgeable about the history and tidbits of Ho Chi Minh City (formally Saigon). He was funny, friendly and encouraged us to try the different foods. My husband and I are from Hawaii, and fortunately, have tried...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Saigon Street Food by Night

We went on the street eat tour last night with Queenie and we had a fantastic time. She was very knowledgeable and extremely friendly. We had sooo much delicious food and would never had gone to the places we visited on our own. We will...More

Thank Chauntelle W
A TripAdvisor Member
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Food tour Saigon

Great food adventure with our thoughtful guide Fu. An experience we will not forget! Tasted 100 day old eggs, chicken feet & loved making & eating the delicious rice paper rolls!

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 11 April 2018
Stunning Food against a genunine local backdrop with a guide that was A1

I was given a voucher for this tour as a gift from a friend for a birthday. Myself and my 2 teenage children joined the tour for which our guide was Tan along with 11 other participants from a variety of nations. From the outset...More

2  Thank LyndaG68
Michael_UAVN, Manager at Ho Chi Minh City Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 12 April 2018

Thank you for this review LyndaG68, I've been on this tour and I agree. There is a lot of food to be had. You have to learn to pace yourself otherwise you'll get really full by half way. What better way to learn about a...More

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