Hoi An gets big reputation for its fantastic food, a fusion of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese cuisine. It is always a delight to taste its refined delicacies. It is even much more interesting to try your hand with a cooking class in Hoi An on an eco-tour to rural villages. The best part? You get to eat your creations.
Enjoy a trip to the local market to purchase ingredients for the class: we will have a chance to see and experience the noise as well as contact directly to sellers here. Go to market with the chef (around 1 hour), you will have chance to see and experience the noise as well as contact directly to sellers here, you have some tips about “ bargain “ custom in Vietnam. Beside that, the chef will show the ingredients and its use which has in your lesson.
Tranfer to Cam Thanh village. Stop at nice & ancient cemetery, house built with water palm leaves by boat. Explore many beautiful view of Vietnam countryside; meet many warm-hearted local people. You will know how to ride a basket boat, join boat race competition. Moreover, you will learn how to catch fish by rods and special net.
Rowing basket boat through this small and beautiful channel, guests come to inside of the water coco palm forest, see these coconut trees growing together. After eco trip, guest will stop at a restaurant and join in cooking class with our chef.
Then relaxing at the fishing area and traditional rice grinding using a stone mill.
After the eco trip, we will enjoy the cooking class: the chefs will demonstrate how to prepare traditional Vietnamese dishes, and then it’s your turn-you prepare your own tasty Vietnamese lunch.
The cooking class will take you about 2 hours to finish, at that time, you will be shared how to cook food and valued information about Vietnam cooking style.
Specially, guests will enjoy what they cooked.
This is the menu:
Goi cuon – Fresh Rice Paper Salad Rolls with Pork and Shrimp with a Tangy Peanut Hoisin Dipping Sauce.
Nom hoa chuoi – Banana flower salad which is highlighted by the sweet shrimps and hot-tart play of chili and lime off the crisp rings of the banana flower
Bun Cha – Grilled Vietnamese pork with vermicelli noodles and herbs eaten with prepared fish sauce (nuoc cham)
Banh Xeo – Crispy Vietnamese Crepes filled with pork and shrimp, bean sprouts and green onion. Served with lettuce leaves, fresh herbs and nuoc cham
- Vegetarian Options Available upon request.
- A Fresh Fruit Platter will be served for Dessert.
- Recipes will be provided at the end of class for you to take home.