Discover the magic of Saigonese cuisine on a walking food tour through the city's non-touristy District 7. Taste a variety of local dishes, navigate narrow alleys in search of street food stalls, and visit a small floating market where locals get their fresh produce.
- Discover hidden restaurants and street food stalls
- Stroll around District 7
- Visit the non-touristy side of Saigon
- Taste real Vietnamese street food
- Enjoy Vietnamese coffee
- 5 hours
- All year long
- District 7
The tour starts with a meetup at your hotel. From there, you'll travel to District 7, an urban district in Saigon filled with both local and exotic food, restaurants, and street food stalls.
The first stop will be at a fantastic restaurant specializing in food from the mountainous regions of Vietnam, a distinctive cuisine that you don't find in many places.
After the first set of dishes, you'll go for a walk to take in the culture of the area. You'll pass mom and pop stores, street food stalls, and watch kids playing on the street.
Next, it's time for a real Vietnamese street food experience. You have both Banh Mi Nuong Sate, a barbequed bread covered with chili, dried pork and butter, and Banh Trang Nuong, a delicious rice paper pizza.
After the second meal, you'll head to a coffee shop with a beautiful view of the city to enjoy authentic and delicious Vietnamese coffee.
The final meal will be a platter of traditional Hue cuisine. You will get a Vietnamese pancake called Banh Xeo, a chewy tapioca dumpling called Banh Bot Loc, and Banh Duc, a delicious sweet cake.
The last visit of the evening will be at a small floating market where locals go for their fresh produce.
After four hours of feasting on some of Vietnam's best street food, it will be time to head back to your hotel.
Good to know
- English speaking guide
- Pick up/Drop off