Faça compras nos mercados e lojas de comida locais para provar pratos da culinária vietnamita nesta excursão a pé de 3 horas no bairro antigo de Hanói, também conhecido como 36 Ruas Antigas, famoso pelas companhias de artesanato. Saia a pé com um guia informativo que faz comentários sobre a cultura culinária de Hanói. Desfrute de uma autêntica refeição vietnamita, incluindo sobremesa, além de bebidas nos abundantes cafés e bares.
Excursão a pé com comida no antigo bairro de Hanói com duração de 3 horas à noite
Experimente os autênticos pratos e sobremesas vietnamitas
Desfrute de suco, cerveja, café ou chá em cafés e bares locais
Saiba mais sobre a cozinha de Hanói com um guia informativo
There were 15 people in our group which I felt was too many. The guide was quite personable but the tour seemed disorganised. The 1st course was Bahn Mi, this is the Vietnamese bread roll, it was very good. The next dish was chicken noodle soup, it was OK but I had better a better flavoured soup in a roadside street stall. The 3rd dish was meant to be a bbq pork rolled in rice paper. Unfortunately the restaurant providing this dish had run out of food and were having a family meal, so we did not have this dish. Next was tropical fruit in coconut milk, well I could get most of that fruit in any country so a bit of a fail. The final dish was egg coffee. The café that was meant to serve us was too busy so we went to another one nearby. We had had egg coffee at another place the previous day but this coffee was far superior and we wanted to go back there again. So 2 good dishes and 2 average dishes out of 5 with 1 no show. Still waiting for the group photo that was meant to be emailed to us.
Not too bad. Mia was friendly, but could not seem to manage the pace or let it slow down enough for my mother in law a senior citizen to catch up. Some food was good, some was not, and the food we tried was not the same food listed in the Viator website, so they the tour company must have made some changes on their own. Mia was helpful though and got us a Grab car at the end to get back to the hotel. Overall ok, nothing to shout about I'd say.
Once again a great tour. Michael our guide was very good and took us to some great restaurants where we tried their food in the streets. It was a bit sad that we had only arrived that day and were pretty tired and having trouble with the heat so finished early at our request which was great to be able to do on a small group tour. We had more food than we could cope with even finishing early. We even did some cooking ourselves. All in all a great way to see the city and meet the locals.
Arrived in Hanoi and the Hanoi Street Food on Foot Tour was our first experience, and what a way to start! We met our tour guide Lisa and she proceeded with our first step of the tour and that is how to cross Hanoi streets weaving between cars and motor scooters. There were four of us and when we crossed the busy streets filled with scooters she yelled sticky rice and we all stuck together and crossed the maze of scooters.
The highlight of our walking tour was the stop where we had buon cuon a dumpling type dish that I had never had. The second famous is Banh Mee - Best sandwich In town - Freshly-baked French baguette with pate, roasted pork or chicken, pickled veggies, cilantro, hot chilis, the whole thing.
The places we stopped were very local and delicious. Definitely lots of delicious food.
We met wonderful people on the tour and stopped and had beer with everyone afterwards. What a great experience with people from all over the world.
I definitely recommend this company and especially Vi our tour guide. She was fun, so nice, and had such an upbeat attitude.
Good job Lisa!!!!!!