Vietnam Cookery Center

Attraction 26 Ly Tu Trong Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015

3 hours 30 mins
08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
08:00 AM
11:30 AM
First-time visit
Attraction
Family
Food
Landmark
Must see
Kids
Art
People watching
33.00 - 180.00 USD

Vietnam Cookery Center is good for

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Vietnamese cooking class is the first and most professional Cookery Center in Vietnam, teaching Vietnamese gastronomy to Tourists and other professional visitors from all over the world.

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Why Vietnam Cookery Center is special ?

Vietnamese cooking class in Saigon was established since 1999. It is the first and most professional Cookery Center in Vietnam, teaching Vietnamese gastronomy to Tourists and other professional visitors from all over the world.


This school is located in the heart of Saigon, from the large terrace you will have an unique view of an area that real estate developers call the “Golden Triangle”.


Located in a pretty colonial-style villa just about 10-15 minutes by car from the center of HCMC. Just leave out all the noises from the busy city, tourist can completely relax in the very cozy place, enjoy some jasmine tea, ginger chips before the most interested cooking class.


Source: http://www.vietnamese-cooking-class-saigon.com

What to explore at Vietnam Cookery Center?

Your day with us will start at your hotel door, greeted by our English speaking tour hostess wearing traditional Vietnamese " Ao dai" . Their car will be waiting to take you to a market visit, escorted by our chef as well.

You will be able to watch the lively activities of the traditional market in Vietnam (Ben Thanh Market in HCM city), and you will also learn how to recognize the numerous herbs and the different Vietnamese fruits and vegetables.

Then back to cooking school, where your class will be set in an unique French Colonial apartment. Everything will be ready for you to learn in style. After the class you can sit back and enjoy the wonderful and tasty dishes you've cooked and for those who wish to pair a glass or two of good wine with their meal, they have got a few well-known brands for you to choose from.

Source: http://www.cook-o.com

How to get to Vietnam Cookery Center?

It takes 26 mins driving from Tan Son Nhat International Airport and 14 mins from Sai Gon Train Station.

Selling points

  • Enjoyable insights to local food
  • Great cooking experience
  • A fun class for foodies
  • Fun, friendly and delish cooking class
  • Nice break from sightseeing
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
186.98 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
16 places

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26 Ly Tu Trong Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Tips for you

  • Please call Ms. Khanh Linh (+84) (0)909 226 204 for any reservation after office hours and during weekends
    Reservation
  • On Sat, the school is closed at 2:00 PM.
    Timming
  • You should keep eyes on your children if they join in class.
    Safety
  • You should wear the comfortable clothes to make easily when cooking.
    What to wear
  • They have a different menu for each day, so if you have something in particular you want to cook, make sure you coordinate it with the right day.
    Experience

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Amazing adventure. Learning, cooking and have fun in one place

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I took the 2 hour lunch cooking class with 7 other people from my cruise group. We were delighted to find the facilities so complete, modern and well equipped. Our translator, Lin, gave us perfect instructions, interpreting the chefs actions as he showed us the steps to preparing our meal. Our meal was simply but simply delicious, fresh and beautifully laid out. First we prepared all the chopped ingredients we would need for our salad and spring rolls at a cutting table. Then we moved to the cooking area where we created sauces, mixtures and rolled our rice paper spring rolls. As we worked, two helpers cleared our used bowls and utensils, wiping up our messes as well! Finally, we moved to the lunch table where we devoured our lunch. Dessert was made for us by the chef. The final touch was a little ceremony in which they called us up each separately by name to receive our diploma, a bound recipe book and shopping bag, with a Pho recipe printed on it. I highly recommend the Vietnam Cookery School!

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