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Hoi An Cooking Classes

Vietnamese cuisine is healthy, fresh & internationally known. A cooking class is definately one of the things to do in Hoi An Vietnam. Most hotels & restaurants do offer classes however there are some expert opperations in the old town delivering a top notch experience.

cooking class Hoi An Cooking Classes

A very popular activity during a tour of Vietnam is a cooking class. Vietnamese cuisine is globally known for its varied flavours, presentation and freshness. Classes usually take a half a day and there are several to choose from in Hoi An. The more developed classes involve a trip to the nearby market to buy the traditional Vietnamese ingredients. We’ve recently reviewed the classes ourselves, click below to find out what we cooked!

January 2010 New recommended cooking class came in on email so I’m publishing it! Here’s what she said: “I did a cooking class at DAO TIEN and also ate there a few times. Really brilliant food, reasonably priced and a great cooking class. I’ve heard from expat buddies that this restaurant is really great. Definitely worth checking out. Three years later I’m still cooking recipes I learned in the classes in Hoi An.

Morning Glory Street Food Restaurant and Cooking School
Ms Vy?s class is full of interesting facts about Vietnamese food & culture. Our class took place at Cargo Club and included a tour of the market. Ms. Vy?s School of cooking is so popular, it?s tough to get booked into one. Due to 11 years of teaching success, she?s moving the cooking school to a larger premises across the street.

Redbridge Cooking School & Restaurant
Redbridge provides an exclusive experience, the classes are more intimate. The day begins with shopping for ingredients in the market, followed by a scenic ride up the river by boat to the cooking school for the class and a tasty meal at the end. The cost is $15 US per person. Redbridge cooking school also have a river boat that collects from Hoi An waterfront

Cafe 96 Cooking Class
For just $5 US our teacher ‘Bup’ taught us to cook three healthy Vietnamese dishes in an hour. We even had some rum for fun! This cooking class is great value for money. Perfect for budget conscious travellers who love Vietnamese cuisine & want to cook their favourite dishes when they get back home. Check out our blog on Cafe 96 cooking class