15:45 Meet at the shop (621 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hoi An).
We will have a bike fitting, a guide briefing and leave the shop by 16:00.
Our food tour route features quiet alleyways, countryside pathways and select city streets. There is some city riding but you'll learn that Hoi An residents are mindful of bikes and our guides will ensure your safety along the way. We will discover some of the traditional dishes of Hoi An, including:
Banh Mi The signature Vietnamese sandwich hand-made by royalty, the Banh Mi Queen.
Cao Lau A home cooked noodle dish steeped in a savory broth that's been described as part soup, part salad and uniquely Hoi An. Served on the terrace of a small private home in the organic village, you'll assist in gathering herbs to compliment your meal.
Banh Xeo (sizzling rice pancake delicacy) We've selected a local restaurant where you will be welcomed like family and dine like a resident.
Cheese, Beer & Wine The French influenced many culinary traditions in Vietnam including cheese making. A renaissance of late has resulted in new, quality cheese products. We pair these with Vietnam’s award winning craft beer and a superb rice wine.
Hoi An BBQ As night falls locals flock to small restaurants along the river for diners of freshly grilled meats and seafood. We've selected a fun, tasty spot with views of the historic quarter. It's a authentic Vietnamese outdoor style BBQ featuring delicious fresh seafood, pork and grilled vegetables. We balance our longer stops with a few quick bites and tasty treats en route.
Our tour ends in a quiet coffee shop with sweets and a few last words with your guides and fellow foodies.
The tour will conclude at approximately 21:00.
- Madam Khanh - Banh Mi Queen