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Pho is considered the essence of Vietnamese cuisine, offered in almost every Vietnamese restaurant in the world. Pho consists of flat rice noodles and meat-based broth. The dish is usually accompanied by basil, lime, chili, and other extras on the side so that eaters can season the soup to their own taste. The balanced tastes of sweet, salty, spicy, and citrus is highly appetizing.
Wanna learn to unfold the secrets of this classic dish? Come join us in a complete journey from picking up ingredients yourself to leaning back and contemplating your Pho bowl.
*Vegetarian option available
Transfer and transportation as per itinerary
Welcome local drink
Bottled drinking water
Instruction from a local chef
English speaking tour guide (other languages available upon request)
Visit to the lively, local market of Hoi An
Join and discover the history, and techniques used in making a classic Pho
Opportunity to enjoy a hot bowl of self-made Pho
Make dried Pho and take home
Take home a recipes folder as souvenirs
8:00 am You will be picked up at your hotel lobby, the class starts with a visit to the Cua Dai Market - a small local market located by the Thu Bon River. Take a short walk along the river and embark on a 20 min paddle boat ride to reach the Full Moon Town Restaurant.
9:00 - 10:30 am Listen as your host shares stories and secrets about how to make the fresh Pho noodle as the way Vietnamese do. Get to mixing, and cooking together as you discover the quintessential methods and learn more about history and culture. Make your own Pho noodle and dry it.
10:30 – 12:00 pm Familiarize with the ingredients. Your instructor guides you as you work together to make the best Pho broth. Picking fresh organic herbs for your Pho and preparing some papaya pickle as a side dish.
12:00 pm When the meal is prepared, it's time to feast on your creations. Savor, and indulge in the rich flavors and authentic aromas the hot bowl of Pho.
13:00 pm Transfer back to your hotel.
Support Local Economy
This tour indirectly supports local economy by creating jobs for local people.