Hanoi Street Food Tour By Walking

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Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 4 Hour Duration
  • Daily Tour
  • Free cancellation (24-hours notice)
  • Group Tour
  • Tour Guide
  • Walking Tour

Hanoi Street Food Tour By Walking: Travelling around 4 hours in Hanoi Old Quarter by walking to taste randomly from 5-8 Vietnamese dishes + with at least 3 drinks (Egg coffee, local beer, bottled water)

Hanoi Street Food Tour By Walking Itinerary

11:00. Be picked up from hotels or meeting point located in the center of Hanoi Old Quarter (Only).

Quick Vietnamese greeting lessons.

Tour guides discuss any food allergies before starting tour and tell tourists about Vietnamese cuisine, Vietnamese (Hanoian) history, culture while touring.

Tour guides will take tourists to eat at lots of special corners, alleys and restaurants of The Old Quarter that you might miss if you go by yourself to try variety of street foods and drinks such as: Bún chả (Grilled pork with noodle), Phở bò, gà ( Beef, chicken noodle soup), Bún ốc (Snail noodle soup), Bánh cuốn (Steamed rice papper rolls), Bánh gối (Pillow dumpling), Bánh khoai, chuối (Sweet potato,Banana cake), Nem rán (Fried spring rolls), Bánh tôm (Shrimp dumpling), Bánh Mỳ (Vietnamese sandwich), Bánh Bao (Vietnamese dumpling), Chè (Sweet gruel soup), Hoa quả dầm (Mixture fresh-fruit), Bia Hơi (Fresh beer), Trà đá (Vietnamese Iced tea), Café trứng (Egg coffee)

17:30. Tour ends at Hoan Kiếm Lake or anywhere convenient for tourists to return, and then tour guides will show them how to get back your hotels/hostels if tour has more than 2 groups otherwise we will take you back hotels.

Tour Inclusion
  • From 5- 8 suggested dishes + bottled water, 1 can of beer+Egg coffee
  • Enthusiastic and skilled English speaking guide.
  • Pick-up and drop off services from/back hotels located in Hanoi Old Quarter.
Tour Exclusion 
  • Tips for tour guide (Recommended).
  • Other drinks not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Personal expenses: Shopping, buying souvenir.
Special Notes
  • Booking this tour, it means you don’t mind sharing foods with the other people in your group or eating in the local restaurants (even some of them are even on the sidewalk).
Cancellation Policy
  • You’ll get a full refund if you cancel at least 48 hour(s) before the activity starts.
  • In case of unforeseen events or extreme weather, the operator reserves the right to cancel the tour. If this happens, you have the option to reschedule or request a full refund.

Yes, Hanoi food tour is definitely worth it! With a variety of delicious authentic Vietnamese dishes to try, such as pho, banh mi, and bun cha, it's an incredible culinary experience. You'll also get to explore the vibrant streets of Hanoi and learn about the city's rich culture and history. The tour guides are knowledgeable and friendly, making the experience even more enjoyable. Overall, the Hanoi food tour is a must-do activity for anyone visiting the city.

Street food is extremely popular in Hanoi. This vibrant city is famous for its bustling street food scene, where locals and tourists alike can enjoy a wide variety of delicious dishes at affordable prices. Whether you're in the mood for traditional pho noodle soup, crispy banh mi sandwiches, or savory bun cha grilled pork, you're sure to find something to satisfy your taste buds on the streets of Hanoi. From the bustling night markets to the quiet alleyways, Hanoi's street food vendors offer a unique and authentic culinary experience that is not to be missed.

Vietnamese street food is famous all over the world for its delicious taste and unique flavors. Here are five popular street foods that you must try when you visit Vietnam: 1. Pho: A famous Vietnamese noodle soup dish made with rice noodles, herbs, and meat. It is a staple breakfast food in Vietnam. 2. Banh Mi: A French-inspired sandwich made with a baguette filled with meat, vegetables, and various sauces. 3. Bun Cha: A grilled pork dish served with rice noodles, herbs, and a dipping sauce. 4. Banh Xeo: A crispy crepe made with rice flour and filled with pork, shrimp, and bean sprouts. 5. Goi Cuon: Also known as Vietnamese spring rolls, these are made with rice paper filled with pork, shrimp, herbs, and vegetables. They are served with a peanut sauce.

Street food in Hanoi is incredibly affordable, with many dishes costing around $1-2 USD. Iconic dishes such as pho, bun cha, and banh mi can be found for as little as $1 USD, while other popular options like banh xeo and bun bo nam bo may cost closer to $2 USD. Although prices can vary based on the location and quality of the food, street food in Hanoi is generally very budget-friendly. It's important to note that many street food vendors in Hanoi do not accept credit cards, so it's best to carry cash in Vietnamese dong to ensure you can sample all the delicious offerings!

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  1. Swapnil
    Hanoi local food tour

    I have posted this review because I enjoyed this tour very much. I will recommend this to everyone. Especially I tried a lot of Vietnamese dishes. The best thing today was a egg coffee!

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