After you’ve feasted on Hoi An’s Southeast Asian and French fusion cuisine, continue your exploration of the Vietnamese gastronomic landscape by donning a chef’s hat and learning to prepare some of your favorite dishes for yourself. Here’s what you need to know about Hoi An cooking classes.
- Learn hands-on traditional Vietnamese cooking techniques from a local chef at an English-language cooking school or on a cooking tour.
- Take a market tour to sample fresh produce and discover the local ingredients featured in Vietnamese food.
- Prepare classic Vietnamese dishes like fresh spring rolls, green papaya salad, crispy seafood crepes, and beef noodle soup.
- Combine your cooking lesson with a farming demonstration, walking tour of Hoi An Ancient Town, boat ride, or food-tasting bike tour.
- Take home authentic Vietnamese recipes you can use to impress friends and family.