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Cooking classes
Hidden Hanoi, 137 Nghi Tam Rd (aka Duong An Duong Vuong), Tay Ho, (info@hiddenhanoi.com.vn), [33]. Located on the bund road in the Tay Ho district, Hidden Hanoi runs walking tours and cooking classes. There are many options including the 1 hr walking tour of the local market, followed by the 3 hr cooking class. Cooking class menus change daily, and there are other walking tours available. They also run language classes, and there is a dance school in the same building. US$50 per person
Vietnam Culinary School, Hanoi Administration Departments, (hanoiculinaryclass@gmail.com). The Culinary Class has fully equipped facilities to practice Vietnamese cuisine techniques. A typical day will commence with a visit to the morning market. Accompanied by an instructor, you will learn to select and buy Vietnamese ingredients for your personal cooking lesson. The class will be followed by a meal in a delightful restaurant sampling your own cooking as well as traditional Vietnamese dishes.
EZcooking Class, 49 Lane, 49 Huynh Thuc Khang St.
Hanoi Cooking Centre, 44 Chau Long Street (close to Truc Bac lake), ☎ +84437150088, [35]. Cooking school, retail outlet and beautiful court yard cafe with an excellent menu of asian and western favourites. Hands-on cooking classes and short courses in a relaxed atmosphere, designed by chef Tracey Lister