Welcome To Vietnamese Food Tour

Let's chop, slice and eat your way through Vietnam, experiencing one of the freshest and most fragrant cuisines on the planet with our charming and reliable English-speaking locals. This is where your adventure begins!

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Vietnamese Must-Try Combo With Us!

Beef Pho (Pho Bo)

This beef-based version of pho is prepared with assorted cuts and parts of beef – the stock is made from beef bones, shank, ox tail, and neck, while the toppings include thinly sliced fatty brisket, flank, eye-round steak, tripe, cooked and raw beef , tendon, or beef balls. The dish is served piping hot in a bowl along with rice noodles, and it's typically topped with cilantro, sliced onions, and chopped green onions.

Tao Pho
Sweet Tofu Pudding in Ginger Syrup (Tao Pho)

Tofu pudding in ginger syrup was introduced by the Chinese diaspora in southern Vietnam. Tofu pudding has the smooth, creamy texture of a light flan, but the taste of soy milk. Soft tofu pudding which is made with silken tofu, adding sugar syrup and some ginger slices onto the soft tofu pudding. It’s a great choice on cool day!

Bun Bo
Hue Breakfast Noodle Soup (Bun Bo Hue)

Bun Bo Hue is originated in the city of Hue. It is a staple Vietnamese soup that is traditionally consumed for breakfast, consisting of pork and beef bones broth, bun noodles, lemongrass, shrimp paste, lime juice, and a variety of herbs. The soup is much spicier than most Vietnamese soups, and its flavor is often described as rich and complex.

Banh Flan
Vietnamese Creme Caramel (Banh Flan)

Banh Flan is the Vietnamese version of crème caramel. It employs a rich vanilla or coffee-flavored mixture of milk and eggs, which is poured in caramel-covered ramekins. When cooked, the flan is turned upside down, leaving a layer of dark, thick caramel sauce on top. Vietnamese versions often employ condensed milk as the base, which gives the cake a somewhat denser and heavier texture.

Com Tam
Broken Rice with Grilled Pork (Com Tam Suon)

Com Tam Suon is a classic dish from South Vietnam. It consists of grilled pork served on top of broken rice. The combination is often topped with a mix of stir-fried onions and pickles, and it's accompanied by fish sauce for dipping. The pork is typically marinated in lemongrass, pepper, garlic, and fish sauce before it's grilled. This dish is usually served in the morning for breakfast

Ca Phe
Vietnamese Coffee (Ca Phe)

Vietnamese iced coffee is a drink that combines strong coffee, condensed milk, and ice. It is traditionally made with medium or coarse ground Vietnamese-grown coffee, typically the Robusta variety, which is brewed using a drip phin filter—in which the coffee is brewed and then slowly dripped in the cup. The coffee is then poured over ice and mixed with condensed milk.

Banh Beo
Savory Steamed Rice Cakes (Banh Beo)

It is a classic Viet dish of petite rice cakes topped with mung bean paste, toasted shrimp, and scallion oil is simply scrumptious. The cakes are delicate with a slightly chewy texture; the mashed mung bean is savory and creamy and the toasted shrimp is wonderfully crunchy. Served with the classic fish sauce dipping sauce and tangy pickles.

Vietnamese Pudding (Che)

Vietnamese Che includes any traditional sweet soup, beverage, pudding, or any other custard-like dessert that is made with a base of either water or coconut cream and served either hot or cold. Other ingredients for making chè include various jellies and fruits, beans and pulses, rice and grains, and even tubers and cereals.

Banh Beo
Rice paper salad (Banh Trang Tron)

Banh Trang Tron is a famous snack of southern provinces in Vietnam, especially in Ho Chi Minh City. With the toughness of banh trang tron, a little sour of mango, a little buttery of peanut, and a little crispy of dried beef, it is genuinely a snack that you can eat without getting bored.

Tra Tac
Kumquat Iced Tea (Tra Tac)

First appeared in Saigon, Tra Tac has become a cannot-miss drink in summer in the S-shaped country. It is simply a drink made from tea, kumquat, and honey (or sugar).

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Vietnamese Top Rated Culinary Tour of 2021!

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Why People Love Our Tour!

Excellent foodie-centric discovery of Vietnam covering main historical and cultural aspects. Beautiful food, magical landscapes and lovely people.

Rockie the Pup


I would highly recommend this trip. Vietnam is a fascinating culture and the food we cooked and shared was remarkable. This was a great way to experience part of the SE Asian culture.


Stressing College Student

This trip was everything I was hoping for and more. A wonderful journey through an immensely complex and fascinating country, all experienced via some of the best cuisine in the world.

Uyen Pham


Non-stop eating! It was great to travel with like-minded foodies. The food and the culinary classes were amazing. Well organized, and a good balance of organized events and free time.


Web Developer

What a treat! The team exceeded my expectation and provided a wonderful food (and cultural) experience. An informed, enthusiastic and generous guide was the icing on the cake. Highly recommended!


Food Blogger

This food trip was beyond expectations. The variety of different transport was a bonus - overnight trains, boat rides, cruise, sampan etc. The homestay was fabulous. Really enjoyed this trip and will definitely recommend to others.

Chau Mai