i Love Food Motorbike Tour

Ho chi minh food tour

i Love Food [Private Tour] (3 Hours – USD $65/person + tax $6.5) 

Available daily from 11 AM – 2 PM and 6 PM – 9 PM. Please specify your desired foodie time at booking.

Get driven around Ho Chi Minh City on motorcycles and try the local foods!

Vietnamese cuisines are popular amongst worldwide. The aroma from the abundance of food fills the city’s streets. There are many street stalls and restaurants that one is bound to never go hungry. Some popular Vietnamese delectable includes:

Soups and Noodles. A very popular type of dish is pho, which consists of rice noodles, complemented with either beef or pork, fresh green scallions, and a light beef broth drizzled with squeezed lime for a sour and tangy taste.

Fish and Meats. One of the highlights of the Vietnamese menu is its delicious assortment of fish, whether it is freshwater or saltwater. The more famous dish is cha ca, which is white fish sautéed in butter served with rice noodles and sprinkled with crushed peanuts for the finishing touch. Meats in Vietnam are either served alongside main dishes or presented as an entrée itself. 

Vegetarian. For those wanting to skip the meat diet, the Vegetarian cuisine is also very trendy amongst Vietnamese. Buddhist monks, who were very conscious of eating healthier, first introduced the diet. Some appetizing dishes include a mix of onions, tomatoes, bean sprouts, various mushrooms, peppers, and tofu.

Fruits. Because of Vietnam’s tropical climate, there are a plethora of fruits. Some of the most sought-out ones are durians, bananas, passion fruit, lychees, longans, and mangos. Many times these can be complimented on desserts, such as shaved ice, or simply be eaten as a delectable snack.

Beverages. Quench your thirst with freshly squeezed sugar cane juice for your sweet cravings, fresh coconuts from the Mekong Delta, or wind down with a cup of coffee with some friends. Vietnamese coffee is usually made in an aluminum filter cup that slowly drips finely, ground coffee beans poured over hot water with a dollop of condensed milk. Better yet, if you want to immerse yourself with a larger crowd, try some of Vietnam’s popular alcoholic drinks including bottled beers like Saigon and 333.

All of our tours are private – this means that your tour starts the moment we pick you up and you don’t need to wait around for other travelers to be picked up to begin. We understand that your time is precious, and it is our way of ensuring you have plenty of time to ask our certified guides questions and get to see what you want to see at your own pace. When booking our tours, you know you won’t be joined in with a big group of travelers and share 1 tour guide – at i Tour, we care more about the quality of our adventures over quantity.

If you have questions or need more information, please visit our FAQs on the web and do not hesitate to contact us.

Guests will be able to taste and eat between 4 to 7 different local dishes during the adventure. If you have dietary restrictions and/or food allergies, please let us know prior to the tour to better accommodate you.

Selection of food varies depending on the time of tour. A non-exclusive sample menu includes: steamed rice rolls, grilled pork over vermicelli and mixed veggies, Vietnamese pancake with varietal herbs (ambarella, basil, cilantro, coriander, lettuce, fish mint, perilla, rice paddy herb), spring/summer rolls, quail egg cake, broken rice with pork chops, balut, local beers/coffee, etc.

Children under the ages of 8 get a 50% discount off tour prices if he or she rides with a parent.

Ho Chi Minh Food Tour on a Motorbike


– Insurance

– Food & drinks (unlimited non-alcoholics & 2 alcoholics)

– Motorbike with English-speaking guide

– Standard safety-tested helmet & raincoat usage

– Pick-up & drop-off at your hotel/residence (complimentary for Districts 1, 3, and 5 in Saigon. If your hotel is located outside of these complimentary pick-up/drop-off districts, please contact us for arrangement & pricing.)

– Photos (complimentary) to be sent to you after the tour

– A (complimentary) charity of your choice through our GIVE BACK Program