Hanoi Street Eats After Dark
A central part of Hanoian culture, visiting street food stalls is a popular activity for locals. After departing from your hotel early evening, enjoy a leisurely stroll with your guide to the Old Quarter to sample some local brew at a coffee shop. Next, walk a little further to try some local snacks including pillow cake and fried sweet cakes before making your way through streets lined with street vendors selling Vietnam's national dish - Pho Ga (Vietnamese noodle soup with chicken). Swap the beloved Pho for Vietnam's second most popular dish, Banh Mi (Baguette with pate) at Banh My Lan Ong, one of the city's most popular spots for Banh Mi.
The final stop is the bustling Dong Xuan night market where you can try your hand at bargaining like a local before heading to the Old Quarter's Beer Corner for a cold class of Bia Hoi (Fresh Draft Beer).