Hanoi Street Food Tour- The Taste Of Hanoi
Join the Hanoi street food tour as the best way for you to experience Ha Noi food – one of the most famous street food in Vietnam. Moreover, not only can you eat delicious food, but you can also explore Hanoi’s culture and history.
Culture Pham Travel’s Ha Noi street food tour is a Hanoi street food walking tour in about 3 hours around Hanoi Old Quarter. By walking, we can go into the nooks and crannies to enjoy the best street food in Hanoi.
With an expert foodie guide who can speak English and various delicious Ha Noi street food, our Hanoi street food tour will not let you down. Furthermore, we know that everyone will have their own taste. Thus, if you have any special requests (no fish or egg for example), please inform us when booking our food tour in Hanoi.
Significantly, we really care about your health and safety. So in case you are allergic to something, please let us know. We will try to re-design the Hanoi street food tour that suits the best for you.
To begin the Hanoi best street food tour, our expert local guide will pick you up and drop you off at Hanoi Old Quarter to enjoy the best food in Hanoi old quarter.
The first Hanoi local food we will taste is Nom Bo Kho (Green papaya salad with dried beef). This famous food in Hanoi represents the unique features of Vietnamese cuisine: simple and affordable but still delicious and addictive. Mix papaya, carrots, dried beef, roasted peanuts, and fresh herbs then sprinkle the sauce on and it is ready to be served.
Nem Ran (Hanoi fried spring roll) is one of the best Ha Noi food that you must try when visiting Hanoi Vietnam. This dish is made with minced pork, mushroom, carrot, egg, and shallot. To make it crispy on the outside while retaining moisture when fried, people wrap it in thin rice paper instead of pastry.
The next Hanoi food in our food tours in Hanoi Vietnam is Thit Xien Nuong (Pork barbeque on a stick). It is not difficult to find street vendors or the best restaurants in Hanoi’s old quarter that sell this dish. The aroma from the barbecue grill will arouse your hunger.
Then, our street food tour in Hanoi will continue with Vietnamese Bun Cha (rice vermicelli with grilled pork). This is the dish that former U.S. President OBAMA has chosen to enjoy on his first day in Hanoi. The best way to eat this dish is to grab some noodles, dip them in sauce, and then combine them with meatballs and herbs.
The fifth Hanoi best food on the Hanoi Food tour is Banh mi – a must-eat food in Hanoi. As one of the nation’s beloved street foods, Banh mi always has a place among the top good food in Vietnam. Nothing is better than taking a bite of crispy bread full-filled with meat and pickled papaya inside!
Our Hanoi street food tour would not be completed without Pho Bo (Beef noodle soup). This traditional and iconic dish of Vietnam is considered the best Vietnamese food in Hanoi. With few garnishes and seasonings, Hanoi pho has a flavorful beef broth as its primary component.
Let’s finish the Hanoi Street Food Tour with egg coffee, the unique kind of coffee that originated in Hanoi, Vietnam. Created in the late 1940s and receiving the love of people, egg coffee has become a Hanoi must-try specialty nowadays. Drinking this special coffee, you can taste the creamy thick texture of egg yolk, and the bitterness of coffee also.
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