Ho Chi Minh City Food Walking Tour

Ideal for Foodies!

Private Groups

Ages 12+

Set your tastebuds alight with this 1.5-mile walking tour. You’ll take in the evening atmosphere of the city as you stop to taste the best of the local delicacies at hand-picked traditional eateries. Be prepared to try some delicious and unique foods!

Highlights

Excellent English-Speaking Guide

Eat Like a Local!

Discover Hidden Gems

Specialist Food Tour Guide

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Tour Details
Price

From $32 per person.

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  • 1 person $95
  • 2 people $60 per person
  • 3 people $48 per person
  • 4 people $42 per person
  • 5 people $38 per person
  • 6-8 people $36 per person
  • 9 people+ $32 per person

Season

We operate all year round, except for Vietnamese New Year, which runs from February 11th-14th, 2021


Trip specifications

This tour only operates as a private tour starting at 5 pm and finishes around 8:30 pm – 8:45 pm.


Pick-up & drop-off

Pick-up and drop-off at most centrally located hotels and Airbnb in Ho Chi Minh City. There may be a surcharge if your accommodation is too far away from the centre. Please contact us to discuss.


Included
  • Food at all stops
  • English-speaking guide

Not included
  • Gratuities
  • Booking fees

What to bring
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Insect Repellent
  • Light Jacket

What to wear

Comfortable shoes, appropriate for walking.

Itinerary
The Start Of The Adventure

At the meeting point, you’ll be introduced to your local tour guide who will brief you on all the great stops we will check out. Our first stop will be at Quán Nước Mía 93, where you will try some freshly prepared spring rolls and green papaya salad paired with some tasty sugar cane juice. This stop prepares very typical south Vietnamese food so expect lots of vibrant vegetables and refreshing flavours. The perfect choices to kick off our tour!

plate of vietnamese food

 

Taste A Vietnamese Classic

Next up we will try the famous Vietnamese baguette – the Bánh Mì. Expect freshly baked bread filled with succulent meat or freshly caught fish topped with some fresh zesty local salad. You can pair this delicious Vietnamese staple with either a traditional coffee or fruit juice. The choice is yours!

vietnamese sandwich

 

Seafood Central

Our third stop will be at the very popular Ốc Đào restaurant. Here you’ll get to sample some of the country’s best seafood offerings. This will include locally sourced grilled shrimp and scallops as well as snails in butter accompanied by sauteed morning glory, a real southern delicacy! En route to our final stop, we will pass a great place to try out some local crab soup so be sure to ask your guide if you would like to try it, just make sure you leave enough room for dessert!

grilled prawns

 

Tasty Desserts

Next up, it’s dessert! We’ll hit the famous Trop B dessert shop to complete our culinary adventure. You will have a huge choice of sweet treats to taste, including coconut ice cream with mulberry-flavoured sticky rice and refreshing bowls of mixed tropical fruits. Whatever you choose you won’t be disappointed. Still hungry? No problem! This is a great spot to try Bot Chien, a crispy rice cake. Simply ask your guide to order a tasty portion of these Vietnamese favourites.

Please speak to your guide about arranging taxis back to your hotel, other recommendations of places to visit or to be walked back to Bui Vien to continue the fun. Our helpful guide will be happy to help!

vietnamese icecream dessert

 

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