Hoi An Streetfood tour


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Hoi An is a food lover’s paradise, famous for its wonderful cuisine and delicious street food. Wander the alleyways and learn about the culture and history of Hoi An and the Quang Nam region through its cuisine. Our food tour will give you an unforgettable and delicious culinary experience as we sample many local specialties. The town is a melting pot of cultures, which has influenced its cuisine.   Originating in the 15th century as an important South East Asian commercial port, it became home to many Chinese traders and merchants; hence, the strong influence of Chinese cuisine, which is guided by the forces of Yin and Yang to create a regulating balance of flavors and textures. The French, Japanese and Indians also contributed to the town’s unique cuisine.


Tour Code: HA02

Trip length: 3 hours

Time: Trip operates any time of the day

Trip style: Private tour

Start / End cities: Hoi An old town

Type of trip: Street food walking tour

Starting point: La Siesta Resort & Spa


We walk from the Resort to the old town where we visit many street food establishments specializing in a particular dish.

These include:

Bánh mì is both the word for bread in Vietnamese and the nation’s favorite iconic sandwich baguette, introduced to Vietnam during the French colonial period (1888-1954).  One of the best places to enjoy this food is at Bánh mì Phượng on Phan Chu Trinh Street.

Bánh bèo is a popular central Vietnam dish, especially in Quang Nam and Quang Ngai and one of Hoi An’s special local foods.  These dumplings are made from rice cake, dried shrimps, crispy pork skin, scallion oil, served with a dipping sauce. They are steamed and served in little round bowls.

Bánh canh literally means ‘cake soup’. The soup emanates from the Hue/Da Nang areas. It consists of a type of thick chewy Vietnamese noodle made from rice and tapioca flour.  Bánh canh comes in a number of varieties depending on the accompanying ingredients.

Cao lầu is Hoi An’s iconic noodle dish consisting of special  cao lầu noodles, pork slices and crackling, raw vegetables, scalded soya sprouts and a little strongly flavored broth. It is said that cao lầu cannot be authentically be replicated outside Hoi An precisely because water for soaking the noodles come from Hoi An’s famous Ba Le Well.

Hến trộn is a mixture of small clams, onions, Vietnamese mint, roasted peanuts and fish sauce, which spooned onto pieces of rice crackers.

Chè xí mà is a centuries old favorite Hoi An dessert. This black sesame sweet soup dessert is a blend of black sesame seeds, rice, water and sugar, served hot in small bowls.

Price & Inclusion

Price in VND

No. of people 1 person 2 – 4 people 5 people or more
Price/ person 1,300,000 1,100,000 1,000,000

Price includes

  • Old town entry fees
  • English speaking guide
  • All scheduled meal stops

Price excludes

  • Beverages
  • Additional food/snacks
  • Personal expenses

Payment and Amendment

  • Full advanced payment is required
  • Cancellation/change up to 03 days before the date of arrival: no cancellation charge, full refund
  • Cancellation/change less before arrival or in case of no-show, full charge will be applied
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