At Hanoi Cooking Centre we care about all things Food. Nestled on the edge of Hanoi's famous old quarter and close to picturesque Truc Bach and West Lake, Hanoi Cooking Centre is a cooking school and cafe.
We offer hands-on cooking classes and short courses in a relaxed atmosphere designed by Chef Tracey Lister, co-author of 3 cook book: A Culinary JourneyThrough Vietnam, Vietnamese Street Food, and Real Vietnamese Cooking. All cooking class includes 4 dishes and 1 dessert.
From Monday to Sunday
Please pick a menu and write down at the booking page, we will confirm menu availability with you.
1. Hanoi and the Northern Highlands
The Chinese culinary influence remains in the Capital and the Northern Highlands but the dishes are truly Vietnamese. In this class, we will prepare some old Hanoian favorites like Caramel Pork. You will also increase your knowledge by exploring some lesser known dishes from the Highlands.
2. Seafood From the Coast: Southern cuisine
Menus build around fresh fish and the creative use of aromatics and spices, especially the comforting aroma of nuoc mam(fish sauce)
3. Vietnamese Street Food
Take home some of the hustle and bustle of Hanoi's unique street life by learning how to make some of the delicious food you have enjoyed on the streets of Vietnam.
4. Vegan/Vegetarian Tofu Cookery
Vietnam produces some of the best tofu in the world to make the most of it. In this class, we will make some tofu dishes rarely seen outside the pagodas.
5. Vietnamese BBQ and Salads
On the hot and humid summer days in Vietnam, there is always the faint smell of smoke in the air coming from the countless charcoal braziers on which families and restaurants prepare their meals.
6. Master the Art of Spring Rolls
Not just prawn and pork! The humble spring roll reflects the changes in Vietnamese cuisine as you travel the length of Vietnam.
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Du erhältst deine Buchungsbestätigung innerhalb von 24 Stunden. Bitte halte die Buchungsreferenz zum Vorzeigen bereit.
Full refund will be issued for cancellation made at least 48 hours prior to the activity