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GENERAL INFORMATION OF HOI AN STREET FOOD TOUR
- Discover local food of Hoi An destination
- Local English-speaking guide
- All local food items indicated in the itinerary
- One bottle of water, one coffee or beer
- Excursions as mentioned
- Service charges
THROUGH HOI AN STREET FOOD TOUR, YOU WILL DISCOVER
The crafted culinary adventure in Hoi An introduces you to the most iconic foods of this charming UNESCO heritage town and uncover the secret stories of the flavours that make this coastal town so unique. Escorted by an expert local guide, your adventure foodie of Hoi An offers a great up close understanding about the Vietnamese culture via its local delicacies.
Start your food adventure at a local restaurant, the place is well known for its white rose dumplings which is one of the most traditional dishes of Hoi An. Enjoy these delicacies while marveling at the work that goes into them. You will be sure to have chance to have a hand in experience making a few of your own dumplings during your visit! It is amazing to note that up to six to eight thousands of these dumplings are manually churned every day and each one is as beautiful as the last.
Depart the dumpling restaurant, head away onward to visit an ancient house of 250 year old. This is your chance to step inside a traditional Hoi An home and see how the locals live (and eat if you are lucky to come over on their dinner time)! Stroll around the house, spending time with the host to learn about his life. Before moving on, visit his workshop where his skillful hands spend hours creating sophisticated and creative silver jewelry. Take home a unique and personal souvenir or simply share your admiration with him.
Continue on to sample another local specialty: banh can (rice crackers). These crackers are served with quail eggs, pork and a tasty salad and are Hoi An’s another street food favorites. Perch on a low street stool and enjoy ban can like a “real local”. Alternative is banh mi “Vietnamese baguette” with barbecue pork and fresh herbs.
Continue walking to find and try grilled pork in satay style and visit the central market on way. Finally, include your foodie tour with the famous Cao Lau noodles or equally popular Hoi An chicken rice. Ease your legs in a local Vietnamese coffee shop – the perfect ending to any meal.
- Please inform your local guide about your any food allergies.
- In case of rain or closure of intended tasting food spots, the itinerary and tasting foods can be changed accordingly.
- Black out date: Lunar New Year period