The “Vietnamese Venice” is integrated with a plethora of canals and is known for it’s melting pot of culture and history, demonstrated in its diverse architecture. In our cooking classes, you will find the sundry of Vietnamese cuisines reflected in the food that you cook. We offer classes on general Vietnamese food, where you can take a bicycle or boat tour through the canals to further explore the dynamic city where the cuisine you will be cooking was created. Some of our cooking classes offer you to take a trip to the local market to collect your ingredients. We even offer specific niche classes, for example you can learn how to master pho, or choose to pick fresh herbs from a garden to incorporate into your cooking.
Everyone was lovely, we cooked great food, and had a wonderful time. We even got to see some may weaving. Highly recommend.
閱讀更多 + Nikki R. | Mar 2020
We signed up for the Market Tour with the boat ride to the cooking class. The activities were well-thought out and the small group (6 adults) made for a relaxed environment. The market tour was informative and it was a great way to learn about not-so-obvious uses for familiar items, and sample/ask questions about foods we'd seen prior to our visit to Hoi An but didn't know the names of. The class itself was hands-on and we cooked 4 different dishes, but we also enjoyed some quick breaks to wander on the back roads of the small village, and our lovely host shared details about growing up in the area and day to day life. After running around so much on our short vacation and feeling rushed on other tours we'd been on, this was a welcome change - and we have already made some of the dishes at home! Definitely recommend!
閱讀更多 + Sonya L. | Mar 2020
"Fantastic cooking class :)"
We got picked up on time from our hostel by Mo's husband and were dropped off at the market to meet Mo and two other couples. Mo gave everybody a basket and then our market tour began. In the beginning I thought it'd be just a stroll that's it but it turned out to be the best market visit I've ever had. We stopped at so many little stands and Mo told us about the various fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, spices, herbs, etc. Once all our baskets were full, we all got on a boat and went to Mo's house which is lovely tranquil place. The cooking class was outstanding. Hopefully the dishes turn out just as good when I make them myself:)
閱讀更多 + Katharina M. | Mar 2020
"A great Cultural Experience in Hoi An"
We did the afternoon class and had the pleasure of it being private for my partner and I. I guess usually the morning classes are packed.
We went to the market to learn about some traditional ingredients. In the afternoons the markets are less busy but we were ok with that. Our tour guide got us passion fruit and some clams to try out different cooking techniques.
Then we went to the restaurant and had tea and a special passion fruit juice our guide Longtran made us.
After we took a fun bamboo boat ride on the water which was amazing. There was karaoke and bamboo boat tricks as well as some minor fishing and we even caught two baby crabs we later let back.
Dinner was amazing. Please come with an empty stomach. We made Spring Rolls, Banh Xeo, Seafood noodles and Banana Flower Salad. Longtran also made different types of clams for us!
Most memorable cooking class experience in our travels! Also the beer is super cheap and perfect with the meal.
閱讀更多 + Hannah T. | Feb 2020
We really enjoyed our cooking class with Mo. Mo answered all of our questions as we made our way through the market - she was also very good at explaining how the market operates and the difference in prices. The cooking class was very hands on and you were put out of your comfort zone when making the dishes - but Mo was always there to guide or steer you in the right direction if you were not getting it! Lovely to be outside of Hoi An too in Mo’s family home, it really was an authentic cooking experience. I would highly recommend this class!
閱讀更多 + Emma M. | Feb 2020
The cooking class was amazing. The teacher great, the food delicious, the place beautiful. The bamboo basket was so much fun!!!!! ♥ Also they respect any allergies o food intolerance you may have. Highly recommend the experience!!
閱讀更多 + Victoria N. | Feb 2020
We first spent around 45 minutes in the market learning about the different produce, herbs and spices. After a 15 minute bike ride we arrived at the class, greeted by our Master Chef, who guided us through 5 dishes. It was one of the best, if not the best meals we had in Hoi An (and we were in Hoi An for 3 weeks and had many great meals). Then surprisingly, we were given foot massages after speaking our feet in an herb bath. Unreal. We learned so much and had so much fun, we'd do it again.
閱讀更多 + Michael M. | Feb 2020
The cooking class was amazing, because it's not just cooking also boat tours. Our chef was very nice and helpful, she knew allot and told us lot of things. Thank you very much, we've learned a lot. :)
閱讀更多 + Indra V. | Feb 2020
"Great Experience - I would strongly recommend!!!"
We did the cooking class in a group of four and really enjoyed the whole experience. The response time was quick and the pick up in time. Before the class we enjoyed a short boat ride to the island where the actual class takes place. This was really relaxing and we directly felt welcome and eager to start cooking! Oanh the women, who was teaching us how to cook was speaking a very good English and was soooo nice. We really liked her and her cute way of giving us orders in a very kind manor :) she couldn't done better! Thanks a lot Oanh. The whole experience was great and the food really delicious, so I would definetly recommend this class to everybody!