Are you food lover? Don’t miss a chance to book a Vietnam holiday with Vivutravel to visit Hanoi, “Paradise of cheap and tasty fresh foods” varied from finger food, seasonal fruits to live seafood. Wherever in Hanoi, you can find a haunting food in narrow alleys, along tree – lined boulevards as much a part of city as lakes and old French architecture.
Wandering through the maze of bustling streets that make up Hanoi’s Old Quarter, you can observe local life and enjoy traditional Vietnamese dishes such as Pho, sticky rice, Bun Cha, coffee, etc, available every time.
Hanoi embodies a lively culinary art. There is no doubt visitors who love street food to Hanoi, notice the constant presence of edible stuff on their strolls around the Old Quarter. Coffee shops appear in every place, cheaply cost only $ 1 US for a hot cup. Bicycles laden with seasonable fruit and vegetables, steaming teapots, sacks overflowing with rice, the streets are where the food action is at, are not hidden indoors behind glass windows. One can reach out and touch food up and down the length of any Hanoi Street.
Each morning tour ranges from 3 hour (9am-12pm). Your walking tour begins in Dong Xuan, the most bustling and biggest market of Hanoi where street hawker stalls are selling everything from exotic fruit to sumptuous seafood. Led by a local guide, hear stories about the ingredients and history of Hanoi’s food culture and northern Vietnamese specialties.
After sampling fruit and street snacks at the market, you will continue walking to Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Drop by a local restaurant to watch the chefs at work, and then try a famous dish of Hanoi called Bun Cha. To add something sweet to the menu, try the local specialty of fresh fruit served in a cup with crushed ice and condensed milk in To Tich Street. Your walk tops off with a visit to one of Hanoi’s best-kept secrets, a tucked-away cafe with amazing views over Hoan Kiem Lake.