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Kangaroo Hue - Day Tours ‑ CLOSED

Hue, Vietnam
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About Kangaroo Hue - Day Tours
Hue cooking classes were organized daily at Kangaroo Hue restaurant with 3 classes a day
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Kangaroo Hue - Day Tours
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Anatoly S wrote a review Apr 2015
Moscow, Russia169 contributions87 helpful votes
Good cuisine, nice personnel, good location. We tried fried spring rolls and Huda beer - good. Btw, they speak English and this is real advantage for Vietnam
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Peter M wrote a review Mar 2015
9 contributions6 helpful votes
As we know hue was a place for king of Vietnam live there with many good food.therefore we want to attend cooking class to learn some royal dishes but it was dissappointed with quality of food and teaching but the cost is very cheap. So i think it is value for that cost. If you are food lover you should spend your time and more money for other quality cooking school.good for people want to learn a little hue food but do not have enough budget to do other expensive class
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Maria A wrote a review Jul 2014
Christchurch, New Zealand90 contributions36 helpful votes
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My mother and I attended this class in September 2012. We booked the class at Missy Roo via Jade hotel. There were 4 of us in total attending the class. The teacher picked us up early and took us to the restaurant where we met the other students, we then ventured off to the markets to buy the ingredients required for the menu. We really enjoyed this aspect as we were able to ask questions about certain items and ended up with a better understanding of where the food comes from for the locals. My mother & I both have dietary requirements/allergies and the teacher catered perfectly for these, we still got to cook everything on the menu but a version that suited us. We had so much fun trying to make the food as well as eating it and learning. Since that holiday and class I spend a lot of time recreating the same dishes and more. I'm heading back to Vietnam in a few weeks and should I end up in Hue I will no doubt return to Missy Roo for a refresh!
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Date of experience: September 2013
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Madelaine_Jane wrote a review Apr 2013
Dublin22 contributions15 helpful votes
There were only 3 people in our group and that's why the experience was very enjoyable. Each of us was doing something, either chopping, frying or mixing. At the beggining it seemed as if we were really rushing. We were told to do this or that but we didn't know why. We started asking questions why we were doing something as it was not explained from the beginning and we were not sure what dish we were preparing. It was good in terms of hands on training but not enough explanation. We received the books with recipes for all the dishes we prepared - a pancake, a beefnoodle soup, fresh spring rolls and steamed rice cakes plus fish sauce and peanut sauce - this was really profesionally prepared. I would recommend these classes but check what the cost of it is in your hotel and in the restaurant as I paid more booking directly in the restaurant that other people who booked it through their hotel....strange a bit, don't you think?
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Date of experience: April 2013
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MsFoo wrote a review Feb 2013
11 contributions3 helpful votes
My friend and I were at our collection point just before 0800 and waited for about 15 minutes. We only had to walk 50 meters to the restaurant for the class and then sat around til 9am before going by cab to the market. The market was such a great experience that we went back the next day for a slower wander. Although our lessons were seemingly rushed and we were at opposite ends of the table preparing different steps for the same dish at times and switching to other dishes at other times there was a method in the teacher's instructions. It was very fast paced and my friend and I were often looking over to see how each other was going and discussing the process along the way. We understood what was going on and I was pleased to learn how to prepare and cook a couple of my favourite dishes. Even tho we could eat all we made that was impossible to do. Our lesson ended at about 1145am. I thought it was good value for USD$15 and you have to remember that it's not a lesson out of a TV show and the differences simply in communication. Well done Siep.
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