Excellent tour, our guide lu was fantastic. Great food, small, family run, out of the way places that you’d never know about unless you go with a local.
In the early evening, greet your guide at a designated meeting point and receive an introduction to the culinary culture of Hoi An. The first stop is a local bakery famous for their bahn mi (a Vietnamese baguette filled with meat or vegetables).
Join locals in feasting on pulled pork rolled in rice paper; browse stalls selling local produce at a Hoi An market; and sit down to enjoy Vietnamese specialties at a restaurant favored by your guide.
After chicken, rice, dumplings, and dessert, your food tour concludes at a Hoi An bar with Vietnamese coffee and beer.
Bit late doing this review ... sorry We met Luong at post office - she speaks very good English. She was kind enough to answer all sorts of questions about Hoi An , food and places. She kept our small group on target We started...More
Yesterday we had a brilliant food tour with Bong. We sampled all the different street food Hoi An has to offer. Couldn’t fault Bong, her English explanations of each dish were great, and we particularly enjoyed the BBQ pork kebabs. I would have had them...More
Bong took us on a fantastic food tour of Hoi An. We went to 5 different places for: banh mi, chopstick roasted pork, rice pancakes, rose dumpling/ shrimp wonton, chicken and rice. All the food was absolutely delicious! We love trying local food but would...More