Explore the charming delights of Hoi An by evening and taste your way through Old Town on this fascinating walking tour. Enjoy typical regional dishes, uncover locals' favorite food spots, and learn about the neighborhood's culinary heritage.
As the sun sets, your tour food adventure begins. Your first stop is at a local bakery—famed for its fresh bang mi, a baguette sandwich. Continue to another local favorite—a small café serving many popular Hoi An dishes. Pull up some chairs and settle in to a serving of tasty BBQ pork rolled with rice paper and fresh herbs, served with a traditional soya dipping sauce.
Follow your guide to the central market—the amiable heart of the city. You are greeted by an abundance of street hawkers and food stalls selling an array of local produce, including noodles, jelly, fruit, and live seafood. Benefitted by the knowledge of your local guide, meander through the various stalls and learn about the significance of Hoi An’s regional ingredients.
Delve deeper into the culinary landscape of Old Town, walk through a labyrinth of narrow walkways, and arrive at a locally-favored restaurant. Here you can sample deep fried wanton and white rose dumplings.
Your Hoi An food tour continues to a street vendor where a plate of chicken rice awaits. Be sure to save space, though, as you still have yet another treat in store: it cake for dessert in a local’s home. Your food journey is complete with a visit to a local cafe near the iconic Japanese covered bridge, where you can soak in the gentle pace of Hoi An.