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We had a great time with this cooking class, and Txao was a fantastic guide! The tour of the market was very informative and the food we prepared was delicious. I️ will definitely be cooking this meal again for my family!
"Boat trip + Market Tour + Cultural Immersion Cooking Class" (Originally advertised on Cookly website)
I booked via Cookly and noticed they didn't post my review so I'm posting it here. Firstly, the restaurant was hard to find because we were given a different street...More
We attended a cooking class as part of our organized tour (thanks UCS and Sinh!). Looks like we made the same fish in banana leaves, money bags and eggplant as others have described. Was an enjoyable and amusing experience. Staff coached us along so we...More
Trinh was an excellent guide, beginning with an informative walk through the local food market where everything was on display - from chickens to fish to spices and more. A cruise down the river cooled us down as we headed back to the restaurant to...More
Cooking class plus vegetable garden and market tours was a blast! We made rice paper, spring rolls, money bags, egg plant in clay pot and fish in banana leaf. It all tasted amazing! Lilly was quick to adapt to my daughters food allergy and answered...More
Trinh our guide and cooking teacher was a delight. We took a taxi out to see the organic vegetable gardens then onto the markets and returned to the restaurant to begin the cooking class. A very enjoyable morning and we prepared dishes that tasted lovely...More
Vietnamese cookery lesson, which was part of an escorted tour with Wendy Wu. It started with a walk through the market for fresh ingredients and then a short boat ride (I got to steer) to the restaurant. We cooked (and ate) fresh spring rolls with...More
My boyfriend and I had a cooking class with Trinh. We got a mini tour around Tra Que vegetable village and the food markets which was really cool in itself. We then went back to the restaurant to start cooking. We made fresh spring rolls,...More