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At Hanoi Cooking Class Tours , we care about all things culinary and Visiting local wet market .
Hanoi Cooking Class Tours not only offers hands-on cooking classes, street food tours and café, but also organize visiting local wet market.
Develop a deep appreciation of the flavours, history and culture of Hanoian & Vietnamese cuisine by taking one of our 4 set departure group cooking classes to learn how to buy the foods at wet market and learn how to cook awesome street foods. You could pick up the dishes wanted to learn by booking our private cooking class tours.
In our classes you will prepare dishes under the guidance of experienced chefs at your own work station and each workshop will conclude with enjoying the food you have prepared.
See, taste and discover the local food scene by experiencing some of Hanoi’s quintessential street food. Experience a local market where your chef will demystify the local produce and encourage you to taste along the way.
Do you like to have an informative Cooking Class? Hanoi Cooking Class Tours offers you the most amazing way of cooking the delicious food available in various parts of the country. Hanoi Cooking Class Tours are expert in offering the hands-on cooking classes, café, street food tours and much more in the enticing way. The Hanoi Cooking Class Tours helps you to prepare the dishes with the appropriate guidance by the experienced chefs at their own station. Of course, it is convenient to enjoy the food prepared by the top chefs. Taste and discover astounding local food by experiencing the Hanoi’s quintessential street food and you would have a great time. Learn more information about the unique dishes so that it would be suitable for having the complete information in the enticing way. Professional and experienced guide will pick up from your hotel and also you can meet more number of chefs around the area. Know the complete details about the Hanoi Cooking Class Tours here  www.hanoicookingclasstours.com . 
Do you like to know about the history, culture and flavours of the Hanoian & Vietnamese cuisine? Take 4 sets of departure group cooking classes for learning the methods of using the ingredient to cook efficiently. Buy the foods at the wet market as well as learn how to cook the most awesome street foods within short time. Of course, it is convenient to pick up dishes wanted for learning and book the private cooking class tours in the amazing way. Guide would bring you to the market and shows the overview about Vietnamese herbs as well as spices.

Daily Group Cooking Class Tours -
Duration : 3 hours - Departure time at : 9h00 to 12h00 - 11h30 to 14h30 - 16h00 to 19h00 & 18h30 to 21h30
Price : 35 USD/0 1person Included : Visting wet market,  English chef, food, egg coffee

You are amazed by the mesmerising authentic Vietnamese food which is not the same in your home country? Take a cooking class to learn the secrets and dazzle in delight your family and friends when you come back home!Viet cusine is simple like the people and the nature here. You don’t need to be a chef to make successful Viet dishes, but you do need the tips to make flavourful and proper ones.|
Apron Up Cooking Class is the place for you. Here you will get the family handed- down recipes and tips which cannot be found in books or else where. More over, you will be inspired to cooking by the enthusiastic and energetic people here.
We have classes covering the most popular and favoured Vietnamese dishes and alternatives that will adjust to all your desires.

Our guide will pick you up in your hotel or meet up in some agreed middle point. The class lasts 3 hours, starting with the market trip. The guide will bring you to a traditional market and tell you about the main ingredients in Vietnamese cuisine, so you can have a clearer overview about Vietnamese food and an insight into Vietnamese herbs and spices ( herbs and spices are important in Asian dishes). You will get to know some key useful Vietnamese words to buy and bargain the necessary ingredients yourself , which is very useful for you to bargain anything you want to buy afterward in your Vietnam trip.
After buying the necessary ingredients for the class you choose, you will come back to our class kitchen and listen to the dishes’ principles and general methods, then watch how the guide prepare the foods. After that you can cook yourself and enjoy your Masterpiece!!!
With Apron Up Cooking Class, you can really get your hands on the cooking. You will buy & bargain your own ingredients and make everything from the scratch. Enroll in this class, you are guaranteed to have unforgetable experience while in Vietnam, and confidient to treat your beloved family and friends with the mesmerising Viet dishes when you come back.
Inclusion: English speaking guide
Vietnamese red wine or lemon juice
  Cooking Option Included: 
1) Phở ( beef noodle )
2) Nem ( Spring roll)
3) Bun Cha ( Vietnamese dish of grilled pork and noodle ) 
4) Nộm đu đủ ( papaya salad )
5) Cà phê trứng ( egg coffee)

Price : 35 USD/Person /Group Tour  ( You are a member of group 6 to 10 People )
Inclusions:  visit local market, English chef, food, egg coffee 

Private Cooking Class Tours
Duration : 3 to 4 hours - Free to choose any time between 7h00 AM to 19h00 on Everyday
Price : Contact us : hanoicookingclasstours@gmail.com to get detail information
Option 1
Bún Chả (barbecued pork noodle)
Nem ( spring roll)
Gỏi bưởi tôm ( shrimp pomelo salad)
Cà phê trứng ( egg coffee)
Sữa chua nếp cẩm (black sticky rice yogurt)
Option 2
Bún bò Nam Bộ ( special beef noodle salad)
Gỏi cuốn ( summer roll)
Gà kho gừng ( ginger chicken)
Nộm rau muống ( morning glory salad)
Chè hạt sen long nhãn ( lotus longan dessert)
Option 3
Phở ( beef noodle)
Mực nhồi thịt ( stuffed squid)
Gà xào sả ớt ( lemongrass and chilli chicken)
Nộm hoa chuối ( Banana blossom salad)
Sinh tố hoa quả ( fruit smoothies)
Option 4
Bún sườn chua (summer style pork rib noodle)
Thịt kho tàu (caramel pork with quail egg)
Nem tôm xoài (fried mango shrimp spring roll)
Nộm Dưa chuột (cucumber salad)
Sữa chua cà phê (yogurt coffee)
Option 5
Cơm trộn cung đình (Vietnamese royal rice)
Sườn xào chua ngọt ( pork rib in tomato sauce)
Tôm thịt cuộn mía ( pork & shrimp sugarcane wrap)
Nộm xoài ( Mango salad)
Sữa chua hoa quả ( fruit yogurt)
Option 6
Bánh mì sốt vang ( beef au vin bagguete)
Súp gà ngô non ( chicken corn soup)
Bánh xèo ( sizzling pancake with beef & shrimp)
Rau muống xào tỏi ( stir-fried morning glory w.garlic)
Kem chuối ( Banana dessert)
Option 7
Bánh đa cá trộn(fish noodle)
Chả Cá(Fish Cake)
Bánh Tôm(Shrimp pancake)
Nộm đu đủ(Papaya salad)
Cà phê sữa đá
Option 8(Vegetarian/ Vegan option)
Cơm rang rau củ(vege/vegan fried rice)
Nem chay(Veg.fried spring roll)
Bánh chuối(Banana Cake)
Đậu sốt cà chua(tofu in tomato sauce)
Bí ngô xào tỏi

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Hanoi's French legacy is most visible in the city's adoption of café culture. The best vantage point is one of the cafés along Hang Hanh, a lively street near Hoan Kiem Lake where young Vietnamese come to hang out. Here are some of the best: 

57 Ly Thai, Hanoi (00 84 4 825 7807). A popular upmarket café that claims to brew Hanoi's best coffee. Live jazz on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5.30pm to 7.30pm, and Sundays, 9pm to 10pm. 

48 Le Thai To, Hanoi (00 84 4 828 5689). An arty French-owned ice cream parlour serving upmarket ice-cream (in the most original flavours in Hanoi), sorbets and desserts beside Hoan Kiem Lake. 

252 Hang Bong, Hanoi. This café achieved legendary status when Catherine Deneuve famously complimented the owner on his yoghurts and fresh pastries, which are still very good. It is popular with locals and visitors alike. 


Although Hanoi cannot yet compare with the sophistication of Ho Chi Minh City, it boasts an increasing amount of top-quality restaurants, mostly found around Hoan Kiem Lake and in the French Quarter. 

Bun Cha Ta is a Vietnamese dish of grilled pork and noodle, which is thought to have originated from Hanoi, Vietnam. Bun cha is served with grilled fatty pork (chả) over a plate of white rice noodle (bún) and herbs with a side dish of dipping sauce. 
Add : 21 Nguyen Huu Huan Street, Old quarter, Hanoi
Tel : 0966 848 389 - www.bunchata.com

Apron Up Restaurant and Cooking Class introduces to you an assorted selection of the most traditional and delicate dishes in Vietnam. From the Royal rice used to be served in the imperial citadel, to casual beef noodle salad, to the French- influenced egg coffee... are carefully cooked and decorated by talented and knowledgeable Vietnamese chefs. Here we also offer cooking classes to show you the art inside our food and culture. Welcome to Vietnam!
Add : 66 Bat Su street, Hanoi , Vietnam - Tel : 0888 365 685 
Website : www.apronuprestaurant.com - Email : apronuprestaurant@gmail

3b Cha Ca Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi (00 84 4 8288 588). Excellent food makes up for the uninspiring décor in this restaurant which caters to Hanoi's Thai community. Try the fish in coconut and chilli or the Thai noodles. 

BOBBY CHINN'S 1 Ba Trieu Street, Hanoi (00 84 4 934 8577; www.bobbychinn.com). At the high end of Ho Chi Minh City's restaurant world, owned by the eponymous celebrity chef, Bobby Chinn's is packed with expats and visitors. Sit by the windows for great views over Hoan Kiem Lake, and sample the organic Vietnamese dishes. Light-hearted and thoroughly researched, the menu reflects the owner's personality: if you're lucky, he will sit at your table and offer an irreverent commentary on local goings-on. 

14 Cha Ca Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. Cha Ca, or fried fish, is the only dish that you will find on the menu in this historic restaurant. The food is tasty and well presented, and cheap. 

59 Ly Thai To, Hanoi (00 84 4 824 6950). It is worth splashing out for a more refined dining experience without breaking the bank at this upscale Vietnamese eatery. Try the grilled fish with dill. 

79a Tran Hung Dao, Hanoi (00 84 4 942 4140). Small, elegant vegetarian restaurant down a quiet alleyway off Tran Hung Dao and named after a character in a Vietnamese fairy tale. Goi bo, a main-course salad of banana flower, starfruit and pineapple is good.

18b Le Thanh Tong, Hanoi (00 84 4 826 8801). If you don't get a chance to make it to the imperial city of Hué (some 500 km away), Hanoi's most beautiful restaurant, Emperor is a shrine to Hué's specialities. 

28 Ha Hoi Street, Hanoi (00 84 4 942 4448; www.hoasuaschool.com). A restaurant school run by an NGO for disadvantage children, Hoa Sua serves excellently presented food with a heavy French influence served on a delightful garden patio or in an airy dining room. Reserve to sit outside at lunch-time. Try the superb desserts. 

59 Van Mieu Street, Hanoi (00 84 4 747 0338; www.streetvoices.com.au). This non-profit-making restaurant, opened by a Vietnamese-Australian, is run on a rotating 18-month programme that trains street kids to be bilingual chefs and waiters. 

27-29 Le van Huu, Hanoi (00 84 4 943 2356). Quan com Pho might tempt the culinary maverick (the menu features sautéed pig's kidney, chicken testicles and snake head with green pepper), but the cautious may prefer to opt for tiger prawns in tamarind, beef with green chilli or tofu with black pepper and spring rolls. 

6 Ngo Thi Nham, Hanoi (00 84 4 943 8896). The city's current hot spot: take a seat in the glass-walled area at the back and order the fish stew with coconut milk and morning glory sautéed with garlic.

The Flawless Cooking Class in Hanoi

After around a half dozen visits to Vietnam, plus as many toward Hanoi, I thought I was a proficient on Vietnamese foodstuff. Now, I distinguish that Vietnamese foodstuff is complex and multi-layered, plus I knew that I was not, actually, a proficient on Vietnamese cooking. But I thought I had some awareness on the theme. I understand the fundamentals of pho and bun cha, plus even know some foodstuff words in Vietnamese. The elements, and how to cook several of the maximum iconic Vietnamese foods, however, remained subtle. That is, until we joined a cooking class in Hanoi.

Learning Vietnamese on a Cooking Class
The Hanoi Cooking Centre is in a celebrated building, fairly north of the Old Quartier. With a convenient little courtyard out back, plus a dining room upstairs, this overseas designed structure became the scene for our effort to try toward learn how to cook Vietnamese foodstuff ourselves.

The Hanoi Cooking Centre proposals numerous diverse options for their culinary classes. Ours was the Vietnamese Road Food menu, comprehensive by beef noodle soup, otherwise pho bo, which we kind of watched being organized owing to the effort it takes to really cook. We also prepared BBQ pork two methods with rice noodles, otherwise bun cha, fried pork spring rolls, otherwise nem, as well as a green papaya salad.

Bun Cha
One of my entire preferred Vietnamese dishes, bun cha comprises two kinds of pork. Any dish that comprises two kinds of pork must be decent, right? We blended fish and oyster sauce, shallots, garlic, and sugar into a mix to marinate both a crushed pork plus a sliced pork belly.

Afterward permitting the pork mixes to marinate, the Hanoi Cooking Centre workforce really grilled the meat for us, ample to Eric’s sadness as I am sure he will have rather sit on a chair in the patio playing through the charcoal fire. This is one of the means to the bun cha, it is the charcoal grilled taste of the pork.

Fried Spring Rolls
Nem, otherwise fried spring rolls, are additional iconic Vietnamese dish we educated how to create in our culinary class in Hanoi. And, I was continuously inquisitive whatever was inside. We cut up wood ear mushrooms, cellophane noodles, shallots, and jicama, and mixed them by crab meat plus shredded pork, beforehand our real culinary skills were tested. Visit: http://www.hanoicookingclasstours.com/

Green Papaya Salad
I love green papaya salad, in addition to be actual excited toward learn how to make it. Made by bean shoots, sliced chilis, fresh shallots, garlic, peanuts, plus herbs, all of the elements are mixed together by shredded green papaya. I got the integrity of using an elegant little peeler to peel away the coatings of the crunchy, green papaya.

In the end, I consider the food we prepared through the cooking class in Hanoi was decent. But, I will leave the Vietnamese foodstuff to the specialists, the street side sellers that excel in creating the pho and the bun cha, as well as all of the Vietnamese foods that I love.
Hanoi Cooking class tours
One of the most unique experiences that you can have during your stay in Hanoi is to learn more about the local food and culture. Our unique cooking class tours begin at the local wet market in which we will begin picking out ingredients hands-on. Hanoi cooking class tours can range from hands-on full-day experiences that involve street food tours, checking out local cafés and eventually making the same types of foods hands-on in a private cooking class. We can also arrange shorter excursions including quick cooking classes, and exploration of street market food and more.
In every one of our Hanoi cooking classes you will prepare dishes under the watchful eye of an experienced chef at your own personal workstation. This is one of the best ways that you can gain a proficiency into creating traditional Vietnamese and Hanoian food even when you return home. You can have incredible experience to share with friends as well as a chance to learn more about the history of food in this area, the flavors that make up the recipes as well as the best methods for using Vietnamese herbs in your own cooking.
Hanoi food cooking classes can also be tailored directly to your dietary needs. Our cooking Class in Hanoi offers vegetarian options, meat options and a variety of different menu selections based on your preferences. Whether you have specific dietary restrictions or you are interested in learning how to make one particular dish during your stay, we can organize classes to suit your needs.
Hanoi food tours can take place by scooter, on walking tours or via custom itineraries based off of your ideas. Get your apron on and enjoy one of our cooking classes by yourself or with friends or take part in a full day street food tour/culinary experience with us!
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Add : 74 Hang Bac Street, Old Quarter , Hanoi, Vietnam

Tel : 0976 22 9 389 - International Call : + 84 976 229 389 - Email : hanoicookingclasstours@gmail.com - www.hanoicookingclasstours.com