Saigon Street Eats’ tour add-ons allow you to double-down on your Vietnam experience, with tasty snacks to take home, or craft beer to take on tour.
Our Pasteur Street Brewery craft beer packs let you sample three great made-in-Vietnam craft beers on the tour (so you don’t have to waste precious holiday hours tracking down their taproom).
Our souvenir tote bags from Very Ngon Homewares allow you to stock up on a beautiful lightweight gift for friends and family back home without spending hours trawling through tourist-trap shops.
You can choose a tour upgrade when you make a booking on our Book A Tour page.
Craft Beer Pack
The talented folk behind Pasteur Street Brewery use American-style craft beer techniques and Vietnamese flavours to create an exciting range of beers that all nail the WOW-factor. These guys were the trail-blazers for Ho Chi Minh City’s burgeoning craft beer scene, and are a hit with locals, expats and visitors.
Saigon Street Eats loves Pasteur Street beers so much that we asked (very politely) if we could take them on our tours — and they said yes!
If you book one of our special beer upgrade packages, you’ll get to try Pasteur Street’s Passionfruit Wheat Beer, Jasmine IPA and Spice Island Saison.
In package one you’ll get three 500ml growlers (one of each variety listed above) for VND500,000. In package two you’ll get six 500ml growlers (two of each variety listed above) for VND960,000.
For true craft beer nerds, here are some fancy tasting notes provided by Pasteur Street Brewery:
Passionfruit Wheat Ale (4% ABV)
Locally-grown passionfruit is prepared using Pasteur Street’s top-secret method to infuse the flavour and aroma into their light-bodied American wheat ale. This craft beer has low bitterness and is served with the yeast still in the beer.
Spice Island Saison (7.2% ABV)
Pasteur Street added some local ingredients to this traditional Belgian-style farmhouse beer: Phu Quoc black pepper; lemongrass; and ginger. The pepper gives the beer a spicy note, the lemongrass some sweetness and the ginger adds a very Asian twist.
Very Ngon tote bag
Choose from three designs: an image of Dong Khoi Street in downtown Saigon from the early 1900s; a map of downtown Saigon; or a portrait of seven-year-old Emperor Duy Tan in 1907, when he inherited the throne from his father.
To order any of our tour add-ons, go to our Book A Tour page.