Flavors of Hanoi French Quarter
Food & Culture Walking Tour
9h00, 15h00, 19h00 Everyday.
3 Delicious hours
$50 Per Person
Maximum 8 travelers
Walk & Eat. Distance walked is about 1.9 miles (3km)
Vegetarian, Gluten-free, and Allergies are accommodated.
Tours are rain/shine and great anytime!
Flavors of Hanoi French Quarter DESCRIPTION
The charming European houses along green tree-line boulevards in the French Quarter weren’t built merely for tourism, but Hanoi has found its future by appreciating its past. Our Flavors of Hanoi French Quarter food tour is like taking a step back in time, exploring the delectable fusion foods and the unique incorporation of the colonial architecture.
Follow our foodie guide strolling through Hanoi French Quarter, taking in the Government Guest House on Ngo Quyen Street, Hanoi Post Office, and the famous St. Joseph’s Cathedra on Nha Tho Street.
Visit a family living in a French house, learn about his background with father worked for the French as a doctor, and see some of the city’s landmarks through his treasured videos from the 1950s. The conversation with our host will bring new insights to many Hanoi visitors.
Walk to Nam Ngu Street and taste some fresh summer rolls and lotus root salad, served at an authentic Vietnamese restaurant within a French colonial house. Hear from your guide about the French’s heritages, get the inside scoop on recommended places for French Quarter Hanoi’s shopping and French Quarter’s restaurants.
Walk to Ly Thuong Kiet Street to see the best of French neighborhood along with lesser-known places of interest. Visit Hom Market, one of the oldest markets in Hanoi, to see local produces and fabrics that the city is famous for. Finish our tour with an explosion of flavors and textures as we try Bun Cha, find out why it’s called Barack Obama’s dish.
Prices quoted are on a per person and a private group bases
3 – 5 PAX
6 – 8 PAX
FOOD TASTING SERVED
Tastings vary based on availability or our travelers’ preferences
Vietnamese Summer Rolls
Hanoi Grilled Pork Soup
Goi Ngo Sen
Lotus Stem Salad
Vietnamese Sizzling Crepe
Coffee with Condensed Milk
Kem Trang Tien
Hanoi Ice Cream
Here are some dining highlights entertaining the many flavors of Hanoi French Quarter.
Opened in 1901, it was the first-ever French restaurant in Hanoi.
48 Hang Be, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi | +84 243.825.1286
A blend of the climax of French haute cuisine with the gentle touch of Vietnamese culinary.
72 Ma May Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi | +84 24 3828 0315
A high-end French cuisine restaurant in Hanoi.
8 Do Duc Duc, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi | +84 24 38335588/ Ext: 1142