Seafood walking tour by night
You have already enjoyed Vietnamese traditional food? I want to eat something new like seafood dishes are available the same any restaurants but you’re concerned about price. No worries, Just follow us to taste Seafood dishes with the budget price.
We start a seafood walking tour at 6:00 p.m and before tasting seafood dishes, Let’s discover appetizers such as Pillow cakes and Vietnamese crepes at speciality stalls.
Then move to the seafood street, this is a highlight in this tour. Here are various seafood available such as crabs, Oysters, grilled or steamed shrimps, Squid, grilled scallops or clams and You can order them to steam or grill. Of course, i want you guys to enjoy seafood dishes like dinner, thus, i recommend to you a hot bowl of clam porridge or a plate of fried noodles with crabs. One of highlights at these seafood stalls we can’t ignore is a dipping sauce. Dipping sauces play an important role in the overall meal. Here, dipping sauces are well known for their delicious or clean herbs to eat accompany.
Hanoi night market, also known as Dong Xuan night market, is weekly held on weekend evenings from Friday to Sunday in the Old Quarter of Ha Noi. It’s a very interesting place that all visitors should not miss if you have chance to travel to Hanoi.
Now, It’s time for drinks. We move to the “international” corner Ta Hien-Luong Ngoc Quyen street where it is the first street that backpackers visit when they arrive in Hanoi and the last place they see before they leave. Ta Hien is most attractive for its draught beer (local beer) that draw a diverse crowd of customers from locals to foreign tourists.
In the afternoon, hundreds foreign travelers and Vietnamese people gather in this small street and enjoy a cup of iced beer after a hard-working day. You just sit on a small-sized plastic chair, hold their beer mug, order some snack foods and chat with friends and sit in corner of the street and watch the daily life as well as the very charming clutter of Hanoi.
We can either try the egg coffee or street coffee following the way locals do.
After tasting coffee, we move to a site nearby Hoan Kiem lake so as to continue to taste Fruit Salad where many Hanoians often eat at every night.
Hoan Kiem lake is an usual site to finish the tour. Before saying goodbye, the guide’ll tell a legend story referring to this lake. Then, you can either continue exploring on your own, take a taxi or ask the guide’s assistance for directions to get back the hotel and suggestions anything. Click to see the street food walking tour.
- Enjoy fresh seafood at local stalls with the budget price
- Serving fresh, delicious seafood and dipping sauce
- Discover Hanoi life by Night
- Try special coffee or Fruit salad