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Hanoi Cooking Class, with local market visit and “try bargaining”

Experience the authentic flavors of Vietnam by joining a Hanoi cooking class tour, starting with pick-up from your hotel in Hanoi’s Old Quarter by walking or motorbike.

You can choose the morning cooking class or the afternoon cooking class. The morning tour starts at 08:30 AM, while the afternoon tour starts at 13:30 AM.

So, what makes this cooking more special? 

  • The chef will recommend three dishes to cook, and you’ll learn basic Vietnamese sentences to communicate with local shopkeepers.
  • Then, it would be an interesting experience to visit a local market with a guide to buy the ingredients for your own cooking. Then, get your certificates of becoming a Master Chef in Hanoi.

The morning class ends at 11:30 AM, while the afternoon class concludes at 5:30 PM.

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Pick up from hotels located in Hanoi Old Quarter by walking/motorbike

  • Morning cooking class tour: 8:00 a.m-8:15 a.m
  • Afternoon cooking class tour: 1.30 p.m-1.45 p.m

Here is the detailed itinerary

  • Welcome drinks at our restaurant with tea/ instant coffee/water.
  • Chef recommends 3 dishes to cook + offers extra egg coffee/egg beer + gives you guidelines on ingredients.
  • Learn some basic Vietnamese sentences to communicate with local shopkeepers. (eg: how to bargain a price? how to greet someone in Vietnam? how much is it? …)
  • Start visiting a local market with a guide to buying all the ingredients according to the guidelines.
  • Learn how to cook the dish
  • Enjoy the food you have cooked
  • Get certificates

Drop off at hotels (in Hanoi old quarter only)

  • Morning cooking class tour: 11:30 AM 
  • Afternoon cooking class tour: 17:30 AM 


This is a customized menu. customers have a short discussion with the chef about which dishes everyone agrees to cook. you have 02 free selected dishes and 01 dish recommended by the chef.

We offer a free 01 special drink from Vietnam to learn how to do it.


  • “Ca phe trung”: locally selected coffee with whipping egg yolks is an inspiration of Hanoians
  • “Bia trung”: beer with whipping egg yolks is an inspiration for Hanoians who love the taste of beer with whipping eggs. it might seem strange at first but it is worth a try.

Traditional Vietnamese cuisine:

  • “bun cha”: – grilled pork belly in deeping fish sauce. comes with fresh noodles and local herbs.
  • “pho bo ha noi” – rice noodle soup with beef, Hanoi style
  • “pho ga ha noi” – rice noodle soup with chicken, Hanoi style
  • “nem ran ha noi” – traditional spring rolls with minced pork.
  • “pho cuon ha noi” – fresh noodle rolls with beef and fresh local herbs.
  • “nom ga hoa chuoi” – banana flower salad with chicken
  • “ga xao sa ot” – sauteed chicken with lemongrass and chili. served with steamed rice.
  • “pho chien phong bo” – deep-fried crispy noodles with sauteed beef and bok-choy

Vegan options:

  • “nom hoa chuoi chay” – banana flower salad
  • “nam hap xa” – steamed assorted mushrooms with lemongrass
  • “pho chien phong rau cu” – deep-fried noodles with sauteed assorted vegetables
  • ‘nem ran chay” – deep-fried spring roll with assorted vegetables
  • “pho nuoc chay” – vegan rice watery noodle soup
  • “dau hu sot me” – deep fried tofu, tamarind dressing.

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Pick up and drop off from your hotel (located in Hanoi Old Quarter only) by walking or motorbike.
  • Learn to cook 3 dishes + learn to make egg coffee/ egg beer
  • Steamed rice comes along with dishes you have cooked
  • Drinks
  • Anything mentioned above

Important Notes


  • Free of charge for children from 1-3 years old.
  • 50 % rate of adults for children from 4-6 years old.
  • 100 % rate of adults for children from 7 years old.


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