Tell me about Da Nang Food Tour. What do you guys do?
I’ve always felt like the best thing about visiting Vietnam, and especially Da Nang. Unfortunately, it’s a bit difficult to access if you don’t speak Vietnamese or know where to go. Back in 2013, there was no activity to get people out of the hotel and into local food shops, so I made one.
What kind of food is on the tour?
Vietnamese food is super regional. Because we’re in Da Nang, we focus on food that’s unique to here. You’ll discover food that’s totally different from anything you had in Saigon, Hanoi, Hue or even Hoi An. Each guide is encouraged to customize the tour to your tastes and also to showcase some of their own personal favorites, so no two tours are exactly alike. In fact, each guide has their own unique route around the city. Dishes on the tour typically include noodle soups, salads, banh mi sandwiches, steamed rice cakes, rice cracker pizzas, crispy pancakes, BBQ and freshly-caught seafood. We love special requests and are always happy to tailor the menu to your tastes. We’ve done tours for vegetarians, non-pork-eaters, expecting mothers, chefs looking for inspiration, you name it!
How many stops will we visit?
We don’t play the numbers game, trying to rack up stops just for the sake of having more. Instead we focus on showing our guests a variety of eating venues with quality dishes that you’ll love! Typically a tour is five different spots ranging from sidewalk stalls, to food shops in someone’s living room, to proper standalone eateries.
How many people will be on the tour?
You get a better Da Nang Food Tour experience with small groups, so we usually limit each tour to five people. Of course if you have a bigger group, we’re happy to accommodate that as well. We want this to be a personalized experience.
Sound great! How do I book?
Book a tour here, or you can follow the links to learn more about our Morning Food Tour and Evening Food Tour. If you have any questions or would like to put together a custom tour, please let us know on the booking form.