Hanoi Foodie Tour

Save your appetite for this one! This is a tour meant for foodies and those wanting to experience the wonderful cuisine of Vietnam. You’ll get to enjoy a wide range of street food in the most popular locations visited by all the locals.

  • The first stop on our tour is a family run eatery Hanoians claim is the best spot for Banh Cuon (steamed rolled cake) in town. The skilled chef will demonstrate for us how the ingredients are put together as we get to experience a front row seat to the culinary process.
  • Our tour continues weaving through the streets bathed in the glow of colorful lanterns and decorative lights in the Old Quarter as we ride along the bank of the Red River to take in the views of Hanoi under the cover of night.
  • This leads us to our next stop, a local family eatery where you will get to enjoy Bun Cha( grilled pork with vermicelli noodle) especailly the place where Obama eat here before.
  • Our next food stop our female ride you to the beautiful location for you take picture together in the fond of the opera house, then we go to eat Banh Mi
  • After Banh My we contunue ride through pass Chuong Duong bridge see beautiful view of the red river and can see overview of hanoi city at night, and we will come to hidden store food callBanh Xeo and Nem Lui, you can enjoy this food it amazing taste
  • You’ll be taken on a ride over to West Lake to enjoy the scenery before arriving at Ngu Xa village to try Freshly grilled seafood and some local desert like Che xoai( Mango desert), Purple rice with yoghurt and other traditional fried Vietnamese dishes.
  • As our tour takes you away from the West Lake area and back into the heart of Hanoi, you will be taken past the Ho Chi Minh memorial where guards can be seen performing their nightly ceremonies. Nothing captures the reverence and sanctity that the Vietnamese hold for Ho Chi Minh more than these nightly ceremonies.
  • Finally we will head back into the densely packed streets of Hanoi to the train tracks where locals cook, relax, and sell their wares. It is a bustling alley full of locals going about their nightly lives, right next to active train tracks!
  • Our tour winds down with a stop to a popular cafe to try the famous Vietnamese egg coffee and a top secret desert which you only know when you travel with us! First invented in 1946, especailly it very nice location near the railly train track where you have chance to see the train come through, it’s a delicacy of whipped egg yolk with sugar and condensed milk for sweetness, and just a drop of vinegar to fluff the eggs. This is floated on top of a shot of espresso and dusted with cocoa powder. The end result is a coffee experience like no other, and a taste and texture reminiscent of tiaramisu.

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What to Bring:

An empty stomach and open mind.

What's Included:

Your personal scooter-chauffeur and all meals offered during the tour.

Transportation
Transportation

Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “More Time and Rates” for full details.

What to Bring:

An empty stomach and open mind.

What's Included:

Your personal scooter-chauffeur and all meals offered during the tour.

Transportation
Transportation

Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “More Time and Rates” for full details.

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