Hanoi Foodie Tour
As you know walk down to the “36 Old streets in the old quarter of Hanoi” you will see that the food is plentiful, it is everywhere and is an integral part of the lives of the locals. Street food can be found almost anywhere on the main streets of Hanoi. As well as many of the side streets and alley ways. Crafted on the busy streets and framed by the historic colonial buildings. Hanoi street food is as much about the atmosphere as it is the delicacies of traditional northern Vietnamese cuisine. Let us show you where and how to get a taste of one of known street food in our capital city.
There many kinds of foods maybe you never try to eat it before or you do not know food’s named. Here are list of some special foods: Xoi Yen, Café Trung, PHO, Nem Ran, Banh Mi…
Let join in a tour with us.
Departure time: 09:00 or 16:00
Price: 420.000 VND/PAX
- Pick up and Drop off
- Entrance fees
- Bottle of water
- Lunch or Dinner
- English speaking guide (other languages available upon request)
- Travel insurance
- FOC for children 0-5 years old
- 75% for children 6-9 years old
- Tip for Tour guide and Driver
- Personal feel
Pho – Hanoi walking tour & Street food
As the birthplace of pho, Hanoi is ground zero for the fragrant rice noodle soup served with fresh herbs that has become popular all over the world. It’s no surprise, then, that Hanoi’s pho is outstanding. Two variations are most popular: pho ga (with chicken) and pho bo (with beef). Pho is traditionally served as a breakfast food, so you’ll find pho sellers all over town from before dawn to mid-morning.
Banh mi is the Vietnamese word for bread. Bread, or more specifically the baguette, was introduced by the French during the colonial period in Vietnam.
A banh mi sandwich typically consists of one or more meats, accompanying vegetables, and condiments. Common fillings include steamed, pan-roasted or oven-roasted seasoned pork belly, Vietnamese sausage, grilled pork, grilled pork patties, spreadable pork liver pâté, pork floss, grilled chicken, chicken floss, canned sardines in tomato sauce, soft pork meatballs in tomato sauce (xíu mại), head cheese, fried eggs, mock duck, and tofu. Accompanying vegetables typically include fresh cucumber slices, cilantro (leaves of the coriander plant) and pickled carrots and white radishes in shredded form. Common condiments include spicy chili sauce, sliced chilis, Maggi seasoning sauce, mayonnaise, and cheese.
Iced coffee – Hanoi walking tour & Street food
Coffee was brought to Vietnam by the French and is, along with baguettes, one of their lasting culinary legacies. Beans are grown in Vietnam and roasted, often with lard, before being ground and served in single-serving metal filters.
Drinking a cup of cafe nau da, iced coffee with condensed milk, on a busy side street is one of Hanoi’s great pleasures.