Vietnam Culinary Tours, Cook Vietnamese Cuisine, Enjoy Meals
Vietnam Culinary Tours are specially designed for people who are interested in Vietnamese food, and who want to learn how to cook Vietnamese cuisine. You will have every chance to taste the different flavors of Vietnam’s specialties such as the Vietnam Spring Rolls, Fresh Spring Rolls, Cha Ca La Vong, Vietnamese Pho...
We offer some small culinary tours in many different parts of Vietnam. And many of our trips also include most of the ‘must see' sights of Vietnam while tantalizing the taste buds with some of the world’s finest cuisine. Vietnamese cuisine is diverse and specific to each region. Each one is different from the other. The north's cuisine tends to be more salty and traditional; the center is distinctly spicy while the south's cuisine is sweeter. Travel on Vietnam vacation packages and discover its cuisines and attend different cooking classes, learn how to make famous Vietnamese food in different parts of Vietnam.
These interesting culinary tours take us to both historic capitals of Vietnam. You can experience Vietnam’s past and present in stately Hanoi and witness the beautiful nature can be by visiting picturesque Halong Bay, you also have the chance to visit the memorable Imperial City in Hue and stroll around in the historical sea port of Hoi An and the bustling Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam Culinary Tours
Being the experienced travel consultant of Viet Vision Travel & a young mother with the huge passions of cooking to have the various good food to the beloved family. We deeply prefer to research the culinary in our whole country in many years, we well understand the own culinary of each region. In general each has the outstanding culinary & the regional cuisine is flavorful, colorful and extremely healthy. You can find the food in the north which tends to be milder and lighter than that found in the rest of Vietnam but it is spicy and well-seasoned & heavily influenced by the imperial court cuisine of Hue in the centre. Combination of 3 above regions, Southern cuisine is the most varied of the three. Rich in vegetables, rice and seafood, it has incorporated French, Cambodian and Thai influences into a style that is distinctively its own. It is generally more heavily seasoned, tropical and spicier yet sweeter than northern food. Contact & travel the trip with us who the West meets Asia, which the two come together for a cuisine in a perfect balance of tastes and textures.
Vietnam Culinary Tours
Cuisine of Hanoi is always interesting discovery for the first time visit of visitors and even for Hanoians who have been living here for a long time. There are many streets named and attached with delicious dishes that whenever call the street’s name, people think of the dish in the streets, such as Pho Bat Dan (Beef noodle in Bat Dan street), Cha Ca La Vong (Grilled fish in Cha Ca street)….Join one time with this tour, you will understand more about Hanoi cuisine, one of the most famous characters of this Capital city.
Vietnam Culinary Tours
Are you interested in a food tasting tour from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh on a limited-day trip? This is your choice for 10 day tour in Vietnam from Hanoi Capital city to Ho Chi Minh city via Hue, Danang, Hoi An and Mekong Delta. In each place, you will have a different taste. Joining cooking tours, your cooking at home will be more abundant. Let’s join 10 day Taste of Vietnam Tour…
Vietnam Culinary Tours
It’s worth to spend 12 days in Vietnam to taste many kinds of delicious foods and join many special cooking classes along Vietnam with chefs. There are many dishes of Vietnamese food are mentioned in the book “1000 Places to See Before You Die” such as Cha Ca La Vong, Spring Rolls… Go with 12 Day Vietnam Culinary Classic Tour and enjoy Vietnam food art that make your trip more memorable and meaningful.
Vietnam Culinary Tours
Vietnam is not only famous for beautiful landscapes, a rich history and friendly people but it’s also well-known for it outstanding cuisines. There are hundreds of dishes to be recognized as “food needs to eat before die”. And within this 17-day-food tour in Vietnam, Viet Vision Travel will offer you a hand-on-experienced adventure food tour that carefully designed and experienced. From the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi to the vibrant city of Saigon we taste, try on and explore a lot of foods in this country’s quintessence cuisine.
Top 5 Destinations For Vietnam Culinary Tours
Vietnamese cuisine has captured the soul and the heart of tourists around the world not only by its unique flavor but also by the traditional recipe. With a ton of mouthwatering street foods, bustling local markets full of specialties, and five-star restaurants as long as special cooking courses, Vietnam culinary tours guarantee you an awesome experience that you cannot forget. Here are the top 5 destinations for Vietnam culinary tours that you cannot miss. Enjoy reading!
Hanoi Food Tours
As the topic of all time for well-known writers and journalists, Hanoi cuisine is art from cooking to enjoying stages. Pho, Cha Ca La Vong and Bun Thang are three favorite dishes of both domestic and foreign tourists. Visit Hanoi you will be mesmerized by the heaven of mouthwatering dishes, each food carries its own distinctive taste.
You can find Pho on the menu of any restaurant throughout Vietnam but you only enjoy Pho of full and authentic taste in the elegant capital. Its taste is a harmonious combination of sweet broth, white noodles, fresh beef, cinnamon, anise, and cardamom with secret cooking formula only handed down among generations in a family. That is amazing to enjoy a hot bowl of Pho full of special flavor which makes you want to eat up the last noodle.
Bun Thang is a traditional dish in the Tet holiday of the ancient Hanoi people with a typical taste that you cannot forget. It also is one of the most complicated dishes in Hanoi with 20 ingredients including soft rice noodles, super-thin sliced fried egg, torn chicken, mushrooms, etc. Especially, the broth of Bun Thang is cooked from chicken bones and prawns, so sweet and tasty. This delicacy is often served with fermented shrimp sauce and some drops of belostomatid essence.
Cha Ca La Vong
Cha Ca La Vong is a perfect combination of savory broth, fish pies on a golden yellow surface, and spotless white noodles. This delicacy is made from catfishes which are grilled after seasoned with galingale, fermented rice, fish sauce, and pepper. Enjoy this dish with fermented shrimp sauce, lemon, chili, sugar, and some drops of belostomatid essence to feel the full flavor of Cha Ca La Vong.
Hue Food Tours
Unlike Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Hue cuisine impresses tourists with its own specialties which are processed in a special style, especially the palace processing style. Hue culinary is very picky about processing methods, choosing ingredients, and decoration. Hue is well known for a ton of rustic dishes such as Hue tiny mussel rice, beef noodle with pig’s leg, boiled meat – shrimp sour paste, Khoai cake, bloating duckweed-shaped cake, Nam cake, wet cake, etc.
Hue Tiny Mussel (Com Hen)
Although Hue tiny mussel is made from the rustic ingredients in daily life including tiny mussels, penicillate shrimp, tiny mussel broth, chili sauce, fish sauce, garlic, pig’s skin, sesame, salt, roasted peanuts, raw herbal with cool steamed rice. This harmonious mixture makes the dish so tasty. If you have a chance to visit Hue, you absolutely have to try “Com hen” one time!
Nam Pho Thick Noodle Soup (Banh Canh Nam Pho)
Not popular as “Bun Bo Hue” and “Com Hen”, Banh Canh Nam Pho impresses tourists with its special flavor and meticulous cooking process. It is a mixture of thick noodles, shrimp, crab, meat pie, etc. Especially, to make the special thick noodle fibers of this dish, locals have to mill the rice, put it into a hot pot, and steam it over low heat. After that, they will whisk the flour until it becomes viscous before pouring it into a plastic bag with a side cut in the tapering shape in boiling water. Finally, they take them out and soak them in cool water.
Hoi An Food Tours
Hoi An is absolutely an ideal destination for foodies all over the world. Many tourists vote this ancient town as the tastiest place in Vietnam where you can taste a ton of Vietnamese authentic foods. Visit Hoi An to explore its colorful food culture!
As a typical dish of Hoi An, Cao Lau creates the soul of this ancient town’s cuisine with the unique traditional taste that you cannot find in any other dishes. Actually, it is not one kind of noodle soup, same as mixed food which is made from yellow noodles, char siu meat, some piece of thick pork on the top, and a special sauce. This dish is served with fresh vegetables.
Mango Cake (Banh Xoai)
In fact, this dish is not made from mango at all, the name refers to the shape of the cake which is look like a mango seed. It just contains sticky rice outside and peanuts mixed with sugar inside. People often eat this sweet cake as a dessert or as a kind of snack. Banh Xoai is sold at many vendors in the town at night near the Hoi An Bridge and on some streets like Nguyen Hue or Tran Phu.
Ho Chi Minh City Food Tours
Ho Chi Minh City is another interesting destination for your Vietnam culinary tour. Like Hanoi's capital, this bustling city is a heaven of savory street food. From Banh Mi, Banh Xeo to Bun Thit Nuong or Ca Kho To, the cuisine of this exciting city satisfies all types of tourists from any corner of the world.
Crispy Pancake (Banh Xeo)
If visiting Ho Chi Minh City, let’s take at least one time to enjoy Banh Xeo - a savory pancake that contributes to making uniqueness of the city’s cuisine. It is a perfect combination of rice flour, coconut milk, turmeric, pork slices, shrimps, sliced onions, and bean sprouts with button mushrooms. Wrap it in mustard leaf, lettuce leaves, or rice wrappers with mint leaves, basil, herbs, and sweet fermented peanut butter sauce before dipping it in a sweet and sour fish sauce to enjoy this dish.
Vermicelli Noodles with Grilled Pork (Bun Thit Nuong)
Bun Thit Nuong has been a dreamy food for all foodies coming to Ho Chi Minh City. The ingredients to make this delicacy includes vermicelli rice noodles, chopped lettuce, sliced cucumber, bean sprouts, pickled daikon and carrot, mint, and tender pork shoulder on the top. You can easily taste this dish in any diner or restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City. Enjoy Bun Thit Nuong with its special sauce for a flavor ensemble.
Mekong Delta Food Tours
Mekong Delta cuisine is well-known for its 3 qualities: delicious, attractive, and good for health. It also has extreme flavor because of being affected by the strong and open-minded characteristics of people in this land. Locals believe that extreme flavor means extreme taste and extremely freshness. Mekong Delta cuisine guarantees you high standards of diversity, aesthetics, and healthy.
Bot Loc Cake
Bot Loc Cake is a great choice for a tasty light meal. Its unique taste is created by shrimp or roasted pork inside. This dish is available at many shops on Truong Dinh and Nguyen Van Cu Street. Do not forget to enjoy Bot Loc Cake with herbs and sweet-sour fish sauce.
Luc Si’s Nem rice papers
Actually, there are various types of rice paper you can see in the Mekong Delta such as Nem rice paper, sweet rice paper, baked rice paper, and dipped rice paper. This dish is not only delicious but also really safe because it is handmade with 100 rice flour without any chemicals. Wrap shrimp, meat, noodles, and vegetables with soft rice paper and dip them in tamarind fish sauce or soybean milled to feel the amazing flavor of this dish.
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