Enjoy delicious 3 hours mix of tastings, Hanoi is a foodie paradise! Try a unique combination of Vietnamese flavours with a local host that’s full of stories of the places you visit. Don’t forget to pick up on a few secret recipes along the way!
Get ready to discover Hanoi’s Old Quarter bite by bite as you eat your way through an amazing selection of 10 tastings! This is like no other food tour because it’s not only about the tastings. Throughout the whole trip, your local guide can show you main highlights, as well as hidden gems. Every place has an interesting story and your private guide can tell you all about it!
Always wanted to try the most famous dish of Vietnam? You’re in for a treat! Hanoi is THE place to enjoy the most authentic, steamy bowl of Pho! As soon as you step into this Pho joint you know this is going to be good. Your host can help you select the best Pho you’ve ever slurped on!
Hit the streets of the Old Quarter and stroll through the cultural heart of Hanoi. Home to a maze of narrow streets and tiny, twisting alleyways, you can get a glimpse of local life. Did you know that streets are named after the crafts once made there? After a few steps, you can try and guess what it is! Wander around the endless flow of sights and stunning colonial buildings!
The must-try Bánh Mì awaits! Your private guide can take you to one of the best street food places where you can enjoy the most delicious of Vietnamese sandwiches! Step in line at the dessert shop for a yummy Rainbow Cake! Still feeling peckish? The sticky rice vendors can’t wait to serve you some Xoi. This hugely popular breakfast food is sure to satisfy.
The Vietnamese eat with all their senses! You’ll understand this when you sit down for some Bun Cha or shrimp Nem at this 50-year-old food place. First, you smell the mouth-watering soups, then you hear the sizzling meat and finally, you’re amazed by the dish being cooked right in front of you. Share a table with the locals and dip salad into your soup just like they do!
Standing beyond several alleys lies the St. Joseph Cathedral that can’t be missed! Admire the stunning architecture while your guide can tell you about its history.
Who doesn't love anything that's battered and fried? It’s time for some Banh tom! Yet another Vietnamese favorite dish that originated in Hanoi! Pair it with a cold glass of Bia Ha Noi beer. To get a real feel for the lively atmosphere at the Old Quarter, take a seat on one of the infamous plastic chairs, before making your way to the local market.
Selling everything you need to make a Vietnamese dish, the Hang Be market is the local go to for anything fresh! Depending on the season you can taste some fruits that have never tasted so juicy! Why don’t you top off all this freshness with a famous green papaya salad!
Time to get egg-cited and finish up your food tour with a Hanoi specialty egg coffee. This is where the traditional egg coffee was invented! Sit down with your local guide to summarize your amazing experience and get incredible tips for your following days in Hanoi.