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Hanoi Walking Foodie Tour by night

  • Gain insight into Hanoi’s everyday cuisine on a food walking tour
  • Roam the old quarter for eateries most visitors miss, without getting lost
  • Try dishes you may not find alone, with a guide to explain them
Hanoi Walking Foodie Tour by night
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Dig deeper into Hanoi’s everyday foods than you could by yourself with this food walking tour. Head into the old quarter with a food-blogger guide and discover local dishes and drinks you may well miss alone, all without getting lost. Find local eateries and food stands; try specialities such as ‘bun tho’ (beef rice vermicelli); and learn stories of local life and delicacies you might not hear otherwise.
What to Expect
Our tour start around 17:30 at your hotel lobby (if your hotel location in Hanoi Old Quarter) or Meeting point 14 Le Thai To Street.
From Bun Bo, Pho (Soup Noodle), Banh Mi (Bread), Egg Coffee to some famous snack of Hanoi. 
From local life, local stories; local food to local drink tasting.
They are the little things that make all the difference in your travel experience!
Embark on a walking/street food tour through Hanoi’s best culinary spots alongside a renowned food blogger. 
This local insider possesses an enormous passion for his country's cuisine, resulting in a blog that has gained a large following both in Vietnam and internationally.
Join the specialist street food guide with the walking street food tour of Hanoi; a comfortable pair of walking shoes is recommended!
Our tour guide will bring you troll through the street, go inside the narrow corner so you can have a wonderful knowledge about local food & lifestyle.
By far our most popular tour, this tour is great fun and perfect way to discover some of the lesser known dishes that the locals love to eat. From Bun Bo (Sauteed Beef Rice Vermicelli), Banh Cuon (Steamed rice rolls), “Banh Mi” and end with unique Ca Phe Trung (Egg Coffee) which will round off our four courses perfectly. Local life, local stories; local food and local drink tasting. It's the little things that make all the difference in your travel experience!
Reviews (55)
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Hanoi Walking Foodie Tour by night

Great tour for learning about the best Vietnamese food! Highly recommend this tour. Our guide, Lee (Li?) was wonderful! He told us about all of the food we were eating, why the Vietnamese eat the way they do, and chose the best foods based on...More

Thank Bob J
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great highlights of Hanoi street food with Kevin

We went on a walking food tour tonight in the Old Quarter with Kevin. It was a fabulous introduction to a wide variety of the street food of Hanoi. Loved the bun cha and the egg coffee. So good! Kevin was really enthusiastic in sharing...More

1  Thank Diane T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Foodie Tour

An evening walking foodie tour today, where we met Mr.Kevin Kien our tour guide. He was kind, friendly, generous and he taught us interesting facts about Hanoi. We loved our time with him, we loved his restaurant choices.He guide us to 10 different stops to...More

Thank sathyavelan
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Excellent tour with Kevin

We and our girls enjoyed very much the great tour conducted by Kelvin! The tour is fun and given us opportunities to tastes some of the very authentic local delights. Our tour guide Kelvin not only very friendly, informative and professional, he also went extra...More

Thank vysng
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great food walking tour

Kevin was our guide for the hanoi walking food tour. We went to sample a variety of food & drinks from 7 venues.... including 3 savory dishes, 1 ice cream, 1 sweets , 1 drink & famous egg coffee. He even brought us along 2...More

Thank Savoeun
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3 October 2018|
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Response from Helen F | Reviewed this property |
Not sure on location but if you want low cost travel download Grab, it’s similar to Uber. The rickshaws are fun, and it’s good to support the local economy, but they are very expensive compared to a cab.