Hanoi is considered one of the world’s largest street food cities, offering a wonderland of affordable food and drinks. You’ll never be too far from a portion of delicious street food in Hanoi! Discovering food is also discovering oriental culture here. Let’s get ready with Abi Holidays for this exciting trip!
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The private vehicle and ABI’s guide will welcome you at your hotel and then we will start going on the tour to see the reason why people like the local food tour in this city.
The first stop on our journey to discover Hanoi’s street food will be Dong Xuan market, where your professional English guide will show you the entire bustling scene of an existing wholesale market hundreds of years ago. You will have the most comprehensive view of the rich variety of goods here, and at the same time you will see the street vendors and sidewalk restaurants, which are always crowded.
Your local guide will give you an insight into the intricacies and traditions of Vietnamese food culture including details on ingredients and the historical backgrounds of popular northern dishes.
We eat as we go, trying seasonal fruits and sampling a banh mi, a famous Vietnamese baguette, with your choice of fillings – one of the most beloved combos is pate, ham, sliced cucumber and chili sauce.
After exploring the market, the guide will lead you through the quaint small streets to admire Hanoi in the afternoon and awaken your taste buds with Banh Cuon, an indispensable specialty in this place. We are sure the chef’s skills will not let you down!
You continue to go through some of the 36 streets of Hanoi to learn about the crafts on each street, immersing yourself in the atmosphere that is sometimes calm and sometimes bustling through the shops here to better understand the lives of local people.
The next stop is Bun Cha, a famous dish you can’t help but taste when you set foot in our capital. The best Hanoi bun cha is the grilled pork chop, and Cha with vermicelli is ball and piece. Among the specialties of Hanoi tourism, bun cha is a dish with a unique blend of sour, spicy, salty, and sweet flavors. In particular, in fish sauce, there are also papaya and carrots soaked in vinegar to create more flavor for bun cha. And please make sure you have room for dishes such as spring rolls, papaya salad, fruit salads, which are extremely famous dishes that are always full of customers.
Finally, a secret will be revealed, the guide will lead you to a wonderful place, a hidden cafe on a small alley so that you can see the whole beautiful and sparkling Sword Lake. You should try a cup of egg coffee to enjoy the special and very different taste of Hanoians. If you’re not a coffee fanatic, you can have a cool beer at this one-of-a-kind stop. We are sure, you will never forget Hanoi
At the end of the tour, our vehicle and guide will take you back to your hotel.