– Learn about Vietnamese cooking.
– Experience a traditonal market
– Take a boat ride on the breathtaking river of Hoi An.
– Make Coffee in a very traditional way
You want know why Vietnamese food is so good? This tour will reveal it all. The hands-on experience will introduce a step- by – step way of cooking. Moreover, this will also tell you about the secret recipe of the traditional coffee. You will practice making it with the owner of our family restaurant. We can assure you all the ingredients will be easily found everywhere at any Asian markets in the world, so that you can cook at home without any difficulties. Please have a look at our itinerary as below: After being picked up from your hotel, you will be transferred to one of the traditional markets of hoi an to buy ingredients. You will learn about the market life, and how the Vietnamese choose materials for their daily meals. After that, we continue our journey by jumping on a boat and head straight to our restaurant for the cooking lesson. Last but not least, you will learn the secret recipe of making coffee with egg or coconut milk. This tours will offer not only a chance to learn how to cook but also an opportunity to indulge in the taste of the famous egg and coconut coffee which was invented by the vietnamese during the french colony due to the shortage of milk.
• Hoi An Market, 01 Bach Dang Street, Hoi An Vietnam
• Mango/papaya salad – The sweetness of mango plays with the succulent chicken/ pork/ and shrimps to create a winning salad meal.
• Fried Springrolls – Deep-fried to crispy perfection and loaded with crazy delicious filling. These Vietnamese spring rolls make a perfect appetizer!
• Vietnamese pork and shrimp omeletes ( Banh Xeo) – Pork and shrimps together with rice starch cooked to perfection lift up your taste. The pancakes rolled up in the luttuces will never make you bored.
• Braised pork in clay pot – Pork is a popular food in Vietnam, but pork braised in clay pot will give you something different.
• Coconut or egg Coffee or both – In 1940s, during the colonialism, Milk became short, so the Vietnamese came up with an idea that they would use egg or coconut to make with coffee.
- Bottled water
- English speaking guide
- Tip/ gratuity/personal expenses