Hanoi street food is for real and is something you must eat in Vietnam. Our city that takes the phrase “street food” seriously – food is literally everywhere. Each block has dozens of cafes, with diners spilling on to sidewalks littered with tiny plastic chairs representing every primary color of the rainbow and similarly sized tables.
Explore the Hanoian dishes
Inspire your love of street food
It was a real tour, rather than a quick walk through
Enjoy traditional egg coffee or “ca phe trung” - a blend of coffee and egg whites, folded with sugar
Hanoi street food tour (L) - Minimum 02 travelers
Our professional tour guide picks you up at your hotel. Start your one-day Hanoi Food Tour by having Pho (noodles soup) at Hang Dong Street in Hanoi Old Quarter Area.
And then a short walk to Hang Bong to enjoy some small cakes made in French Colonial Style at Kinh Do Bakery.
Vietnamese Coffee is also a must-try drink, let experience local Egg Coffee at Café Giang – 339 Nguyen Huu Huan.
Now is the tome to discover the local people life by taking a cyclo trip through Hanoi Old Quarters. Stop at Chau Long market. Take a visit to the market where you can find all the popular material, vegetable, herb and spices for regular meals of Hanoi people.
Continue the short walking tour to Ngoc Ha Village, the Oasis inside the crowded city that still remains all its typical features.
For lunch in the food tour in Hanoi, we will let you to try 2 very typical and authentic dishes of Hanoi: Banh Cuon (Rolled steam cake) and Bun Cha (rice noodle with barbecued pork).
Dinner will be at Cha Ca La Vong – the rice noodle serve with grill fish at 14 Cha Ca Street then back to your hotel.
Note: This tour require minimum 02 travelers to start
+ Transfer services in air conditioned vehicle
+ English speaking guide Or other languages on request
+ Meals as listed in the program
+ Café in Café Giang
+ All entrance and sightseeing fees
Beverages and other meals do not indicate in the program.
Government taxes & services charge
Other expense not mentioned in the program
Any additional expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as natural calamities (typhoon, floods), flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes etc.