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Hanoi: Private Street Food Evening Walking & Train Street4 Reviews
"Explore the vibrant flavors of Hanoi's street food scene, experience culinary delights, and indulge in authentic local delicacies on our exciting food tour"
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Vietnam:If youʻre booking your trip to Vietnam last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Special tour with interesting stories about the food
- Explore Vietnamese appetizers, main dishes, and desserts
- Discover hidden alleys of Hanoi at night
- Allergic or vegetarian? Let us know for suitable arrangements
- Authentic eateries offering delicious traditional dishes
DescriptionDiscovering Hanoi’s Old Quarter street foods can be a leap of faith without a guide to steer you to the must-eats and prevent you getting lost. With this small-group tour, you’ll visit tried-and-trusted food spots to sample classics, such as banh bao, grilled oysters, mix noodle salad, crispy pancake, fried spring roll, egg coffee and more, all with a guide to describe each dish and help you navigate. When in Hanoi, exploring the city's street food scene is a must-do activity. Here are some of the most delicious dishes to try: Vietnamese grilled rice paper is a super popular Vietnamese street pizza, easily cooked at home with any toppings you have on hand. Grilled Oysters (Hau nuong): Fresh oysters grilled with spring onions, peanuts, and garlic, served with a tangy dipping sauce. Vietnamese steamed rice roll (Banh Cuon): Considered a food paradise, Vietnam has lots of mouth-watering specialties to offer to tourists, and banh cuon (Vietnamese steamed rice roll) is one of them. It is often served as a dish for breakfast. Make sure that you don’t miss this dish during your Vietnam travel or you will definitely regret it. Mix Noodle Salad (Bun bo tron Nam Bo): Bun bo nam bo is a traditional Vietnamese dish. The name holds a key to its basic ingredients and the location – bun means noodle, bo is for beef, and nam bo refers to the South of the country Vietnamese Pancakes (Banh xeo): A crispy and savory pancake made with rice flour, turmeric, coconut milk, shrimp, pork, and bean sprouts, served with lettuce and herbs. Desserts: Cool down with some traditional Vietnamese sweets like Che, a sweet and creamy dessert soup made with coconut milk, beans, and fruits, or Vietnamese Egg Coffee, a rich and frothy coffee topped with whipped egg yolk and condensed milk. Hanoi's street food scene is a must-try for anyone visiting the city. Make sure to explore the small alleyways and hidden street stalls to find the best dishes, and don't be afraid to try something new! Authentic eateries to enjoy traditional delicious dishes If you are allergic to any food please let us know, and if you are vegetarian please tell us, so that we can arrange the most reasonable way.
IncludesPrivate tour Local guides will meet you at Meeting point English-speaking street food guide All food and drinks during the tour Pictures from your tour Rain poncho
- Allergic or vegetarian? Let us know for suitable arrangements.