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There's no doubt visitors to Hanoi - especially the food-centric ones - notice the constant presence of edible stuff on their strolls around the Old Quarter and further afield. Street-side meat, bicycles laden with fruit and vegetables, simmering...more
My wife and I have a habit of wondering around cities outside the "tourist zones" and into the local areas.
Doing this gives you a better appreciation of the local culture. For example locals use tuk tuks in Siem reap but not in Hanoi where...More
Had dinner at the street food area in the old quarter of Hanoi. The area is filled with bars, cafes and resturants thriving with locals and tourists. You wont see a McDonalds or any other giant fast food joint around this area. There is large...More
We did use a guide to negotiate the streets, but the food was wonderful ! Stopped for Pho, something like a kabob, boun cha' and more .. so fun, great people watching, and crazy! Gotta know how to negotiate the traffic, but walking the markets...More
This was a great introduction to Hanoi and Vietnam street food. We had an amazing time with AMY as our guide. All the places we visited were delicious. We were hesitant to do the tour at first thinking it wouldn't be authentic but every place...More
Perfect for when you have just arrived in Hanoi. For 20usd you get to try so much food, along with water, beer & egg coffee at 7 different locations in & around the old quarter. The guides are very helpful & happy to answer any...More
Any food should start a trip to Asia with a food tour! Ms. Moon was so friendly and smart. She described everything in detail in a witty and warm style. You'll taste Bun Cha Hanoi, soups, salads, fruits, etc.. Don't delay.
Me and a friend went on this tour last night, with a massive variety of street food avaliable it was good to have some direction. We paid $15 for the tour, worth every penny. Obviously if you went around yourself you can eat for probably...More