We went here for dinner, it was good. We also did the cooking class the next day which included shopping at the fish markets, then cooing 3 dishes with our hostess. She was really lovely. Lots of food to eat at the end.
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Right on the riverfront and across from the bobbing wooden tour boats, the Red Sail has quality, cheap eats, in a very central location. Great for people watching and the beers are nice and cold, we loved the ban xeo (savoury pancake/omelette), spring rolls, and...More
Stopped by as looked cute but was disappointing. Luckily pretty cheap. Food took quite a while to arrive. Had pasta with tomato sauce - was in fact sauce for sweet and sour...not nice on pasta. And poorly rolled, huge - so difficult to pick up...More
The other group signed up for my 10am class at Red Sail were no show, so I was able to have a one-on-one market tour and cooking class with Kim. This was my favorite cooking class I have taken in Asia (it helps that I...More
Only A $20 for a fantastic cooking class with Kim. We toured the market for our ingredients then returned just a few steps away to cook them. Only the 2 of us in the class, so we got to choose what we wanted to cook.
We were in Hoi An for only 3 days and heard cooking classes were highly recommended, but could get pricey (30 usd). Walking by the river we saw an advertisement for a $15 cooking class at Red Sail. It was only the 2 of us,...More
We had the Vietnamese Spring rolls, Pho Bo and Mango Salad, which were all so delicious, partly because we helped chef Mrs. Kim prepare them for us!... it was a rainy day, so we opted to do a cooking class with her, and we can't...More
Quick lunch of various Nem ( fried spring rolls?). The best Nem I've had in a week in Vietnam. Cold Saigon Bia overlooking the water makes this a cool venue. Friendly staff - cooking lessons available. My friend has been previously and recommends the cooking...More
We visited here for a dinner. Food is cheaper than average food in the old town. We were here at tet festivals eve so only westeners eating. The service was quite tired and there were three people working on that evening. Food was mediocre, too...More