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January 16, 2009

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Clemence

Dear Julia,
in the heart of Saigon you can also enjoy a cooking class at "Saigon Cooking Class". They are located in a French colonial building (old opium Refinery of Saigon). Menu change very week, the Chef are wonderful. Cost 35usd for a half day.
http://www.saigoncookingclass.com

thuy

The Hanoi Cooking Centre is a purpose built cooking school, café and retail outlet. Hanoi Cooking Centre offers hands-on cooking classes and short courses in a relaxed atmosphere, designed by renowned Melbourne chef Tracey Lister, co-author of KOTO - A Culinary Journey Through Vietnam.

Situated at 44 Chau Long Street, nestled on the edge of Hanoi's famous old quarter and close to picturesque Truc Bach and West Lake, the Hanoi Cooking Centre offers visitors a truly unique Vietnam experience, one to treasure, and share with friends and family.

Develop a deep appreciation of the flavours, history and culture of Vietnamese cuisine by taking one of the Hanoi Cooking Centre's Vietnamese Cooking Classes or Street Eats and Market Tours: $45 USD per person, including market tour, class, recipes, lunch or dinner and free-flowing local beer and wine. (hanoicookingcentre.com)

Mui Ne cooking school

Mui ne Cooking School, A Taste of Vietnam
Hi Julia,
If you are ever back in Vietnam please take the time to visit us in Mui Ne. We are going for our 3rd season and are really enjoying the cooking with our visitors. We like to keep the dishes simple as for some visitors working with vietnamese ingredients is a completely new thing. We also include a morning market tour. This normally makes an impressive and big impact to tourists watching the Vietnamese sell and buy their products. We are located on a beach garden which makes the cooking surrounding extra special. Find us on: 82 Nguyen dinh chieu street Tel: +84 916655241 Our courses are 25USD which includes the market tour and cooking course. One tip, make sure you don't eat to much beforehand as you will have your tummy full when you leave!

Hieu Trung

Hello all ,

In Ho Chi Minh city , you can visit Vietnam Cookery Center for Cooking Class. With very flexible programs, all tourists can be given the opportunity to learn about Vietnamese Gastronomy by experimenting a Cooking Lesson featuring the most popular Vietnamese dishes.
www.vietnamcookery.com

cooking classes

This is definitely a very useful website for all those who loves cooking and are planning to go to Vietnam. the short term cooking classes like Hidden Hanoi and the red bridge cooking school with the market tour are really a great offer at 22 usd

Ray

I advise you to go to Vietnam Cookery Center, they have many choices of dishes for different types of cooking classes

zainab

Is there cooking class in HCMC conducted by Muslim

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