Hanoi is among the best foodie paradises in the world.
It is hard to think of a global city without the vibrant scene of street food. However, Hanoi plays its own league regarding the sheer quality and quantity of savory food sold by street food vendors throughout the city at almost every time. For tourists in Hanoi, it will be no problem finding Vietnamese street food wherever and whenever they feel like eating.
What are the Best Street Foods in Hanoi?
Top Picks for Hanoi’s best street food are:
• Pho Bo (Beef noodle soup) – the best street food in Hanoi
• Bun Cha (grilled pork with noodles)
• Ca Phe Trung (Hanoi egg coffee)
• Banh Mi (Vietnamese Sandwich) – the best sandwich in the world
• Banh Cuon (Steamed rice rolls)
• Nem Chua Ran (Fried sour roll), Banh Goi (Samosa), Banh Tom (Shrimp cakes)
• Banh Xeo (Savoury pancakes)
• Goi Cuon (Spring rolls)
• Kem Xoi (Sticky rice ice cream)
• Che Thap Cam (Sweet soup)
Best Hanoi Street Food Tours
Frequently Asked Questions about Hanoi Street Food Tours
The best Street Food Tours in Hanoi according to our reviews are:
• Hanoi street food tour
• Local street food gastronomy in Hanoi
• Hanoi city tour and cooking class
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On average, the cost of street food in Hanoi for a dish is about 15,000 – 40,000 VND ($1-2), though the portions are not overly large. In case you are a big eater, you are ought to need 2-3 meals from the street so as to feel full, yet that still may only cost $2-3.
In contrast to popular belief, though, street food in Vietnam (and in many other countries) is no riskier than restaurants. When eating on Hanoi street, chances are you will be served fresh food and see it being prepared directly, both of which will go a long way toward keeping you safe and healthy.
Top Attractions in Hanoi
Long Bien bridge | Van Phuc Silk village | Perfume pagoda (Chua Huong) | Lake of the Restored Sword (Hoan Kiem Lake) | Temple of Literature (Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam) | Vietnam Women’s Museum | St Joseph’s Cathedral (Nha Tho Lon) | Hoa Lo Prison | Hanoi Old Quarter | Bat Trang Ceramic Village | Temple of the Jade Mountain (Ngoc Son temple) | Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre | Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Complex | West Lake (Ho Tay) | Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House (Nha Bac Ho) | Quang Ba Flower Market | Tay Ho Temple | Vietnam Museum of Ethnology (VME)
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