Da nang recently becomes a famous destination in the world. Beside discovering the Da nang attractions and specialties, joining the cooking classes would be fantastic activities that you should not miss to have best understanding about Vietnamese culture and bring Vietnamese impression and best memory related to Vietnam with your life. Imagine that you invite friends to home sharing the special and yummy Danang special foods.with them, that will be such a great surprise.
1. Jolie Da nang cooking class
Ranked in one of the “best cooking classes in Danang”, Jolie cooking class not only gives you the true Danang receipt for the local foods but also it is the big chance for you to discover the beauty of Vietnamese culture by the opportunity of visiting and participating in all the local daily activities.
Jolie cooking class served the cooking class both in the morning or afternoon as up to your requests. They also give you free pick up and drop off, so you may not be worried about the transportation.
Beside teaching you how to cook, they will guide to the fantastic journey of local culture discovery. Firstly, after picking up you at the hotels, your family or group will be leaded to a small Da nang local organic garden in a peaceful place to experience the tradional way of growing the vegetables. It is such the happy time that you will be a truly farmer with preparing the soil or planting the greens, watering then as much as you wish. Then, Ms. Jolie will lead you to one of the biggest local market that supplies and delivers foods. It is the only supplier market in Danang. As markets have a long connection with Vietnamese culture, visiting it is one of the “things must do in Danang trip”. Ms. Jolie goes with you to collect all the ingredients for the cooking time. You will learn a lot of tips such as how to choose the fresh fish, vegetable, fruits, etc...during wandering in market, especially she’s sure to teach you how to go shopping in Da nang, Vietnam.
Have you been a little bit tired because of walking? It’s now time for sitting down to relax with a cup of Vietnamese coffee “Ca phe sua da”, talking about life and sharing the Vietnamese coffee culture. The last step before starting the cooking class at Jolie’s house is visiting the fishing village to learn how to be a fisherman, catch some fishes as well for the cooking class. Then, it’s time for cooking at Jolie’s home. Right at Jolie’s local house in Da nang, with friendly, careful and thoughtful guide, your time would be more than amazing for sure. The menu is changed for Mon-Wed-Fri, Tues-Thurs-Sat, Sunday. All vegetarians are always welcomed all the time with a special menu, just ask Jolie. Jolie Da nang cooking class is definitely the first recommended cooking class of the “best cooking class in Danang”.
2. Da Nang Home Cooking Class
Ranked at the first ranking on Tripadvisor among the cooking class in Danang. This tour will give you the tons of fun with amazing tour guides. The lovely tour guides will come to pick up you at the hotel and lead you to a large vegetable garden to be a real farmer and collect the fresh vegetables for the cooking class. This garden is close to the river that is so much wonderful that you are wandering on the green spaces in the cool wind from the river.
Next, you will have a rest at the local coffee shop to have one of the most special coffee in the world, “Ca phe sua”. That is the most popular coffee in Vietnam that made from coffee and condensed milk, not fresh milk like Western. That sweet and fatty of milk, bitter and sour of coffee then the cold of ice would give you the awesome taste that you may ever never have before. Beside having coffee, you may have a wonderful time of listening to the traditional Vietnamese coffee culture. Vietnamese taste coffee in their unique and the particular way. It is not the fast drink to wake up in the morning or prevent of sleeping in the Western countries. The way having coffee is not too fast as American or too slow asItalian Coffee is tasted as a culture: having coffee slowly and keep thinking. Moreover, the images of “Coc” coffee styles with small tents located along the streets under the cool tree shadow with some stools, tea cup, coffee cup and stirring sound of spoon and glass would be the most impressive things when visitors remind of Vietnam.
After the coffee time, lovely guide will take you to the market to buy some more ingredients and come back to a local house for cooking. Their menu included: Ram Chien – Deep-fried spring rolls, Goi Du Du – Young Papaya Salad, Canh Ga Chien Mam – Fish sauce chicken wing, Canh Chua Ca – Sweet Sour Fish Soup. The vegan menu is available also on request.