We found the class based on the 2 very detailed reviews on private blogs, decided to book it and definitely did not regret it. The class was highly professional and well organised. Everything went very smoothly and on schedule. Your class starts with a visit to the local market where the main chef shows you different ingredients, spices, herbs and explains what they are used for in vietnamese dishes. We then took a bamboo boat ride to their kitchen where the class was held- the boat ride was really nice and relaxing. The class is held in an open-space kitchen by the river (the surrounding was quite nice!). What I especially liked about this class is the demonstration of rice paper making by hand where each of us had the chance to try and prepare it on their own (i did not see this included in other cooking classes). In 2 hours we managed to cook 5 dishes each of us, with the help of their team. There were a lot of them from their team in the kitchen helping us, cleaning after us, explaining, so the whole class went really smoothly with no delays, and there were around 14 of us attending the class. The level of hygiene is really high (we were frequently instructed to wash our hands, and also, each of us was given their own tray with a lid in which we put finished dishes so you eat what you prepare). Their team readily answered all our questions and shared useful information and tips on cooking. All of the dishes were really delicious and we got the book with the recipes we cooked at the end. At the end, each of you prepares 5 dishes which you eat for lunch, so make sure you are hungry by the end of the class. :) We had a lot of fun and learned a lot! Be careful, there is a cooking class with similar name, but these are not the same. We booked the class on their website.