Fresh and Fragrant Vietnamese

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Mix and match Vietnamese ingredients to cook and eat stunning food. This has to be one of the most delicious of Asia’s cuisines.

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Vietnamese food with expert guidance and advice from our team.

Fresh herbs, vegetables and seasonings presented at the table to compliment dishes is pure brilliance. This tradition shows a respect for difference in flavour and texture preferences of diners.

You’ll get to know about cooking techniques used to create exciting results. Learn about ingredients in dishes, how they alter the final taste and where to shop for them.

In every class, our talented team are committed to ensuring you learn, and are inspired by, their teaching. We are qualified chefs and love what we do. Meet our bunch (of friendly coconuts) below.

Success in the kitchen is a wonderful thing. Bridging the gap between knowledge and wisdom is a key to achievement.

We will teach you this art so you finally have the skills, know-how and recipes to cook with conviction. It becomes easy and pleasurable. You’ll be able to successfully prepare and enjoy fresh and exciting meals at home whenever your heart desires.

At Matters of Taste, we specialise in teaching people the skills to cook beautiful fresh food at home every day.

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  • Classes
  • Medium
  • Half day

Why will you love it?

Vietnamese you can duplicate at home......delicious!

What will you learn?

  • Pho Bo

Our beef version of this famous fragrant broth soup. Brimming with rice noodles, fresh herbs and crisp vegetable this ‘meal in a bowl’ is full of goodness to satisfy anyone’s hunger. Season your own bowl with sweet, sour and salty potions, so it’s just how you like it.

  • Fresh Rice Noodle Seafood Rolls with ‘Dancing’ Herbs

Very simple and utterly addictive light fresh rice noodle rolls filled with white fish and prawn. Cooked in bamboo steamers.

  • Vietnamese Chicken and Coconut Rice

Street-cooked barbequed smoky chicken is matched with a seriously good Vietnamese Nuoc Cham dressing. With plenty of fresh herbs and the creamy coconut rice, this dish showcases the superb flavour balance of this cuisine.

  • Vietnamese Coffee Sua

Fresh ground Vietnamese coffee is allowed to slowly drip through the special filter. The chocolate flavour profile is complimented by a dash of condensed milk. This is as delicious served hot when the weather is cool as it is, refreshingly iced, on a summers day.

What will you get?

  • Everything you need to participate in the class
  • Skills that you will be able to use over and over again
  • A feast to end the class

  • What do you need to know?

    Allergens present in class: peanuts| soy| fish| crustaceans| sesame| gluten