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Vietnamese Street Food Workshop

Spend the afternoon with us creating your very own Vietnamese Street Food Feast.

  • 45 British pounds
  • Lenzie Road

Upcoming Sessions


Class Description

When you think of Vietnamese food, you think of fragrance, colour, freshness and a huge variety in terms of textures and tastes! Historically, Vietnamese meals are influenced by the Asian principles of the five elements and the ancient philosophy of yin and yang. Each dish is created to appeal to each one of our five fundamental tastes: water (salty), earth (sweet), metal (spicy), wood (sour) and fire (bitter). The five elements also correspond to five colours (red, green, yellow, white and black), five senses (sight, smell, taste, touch, sound) and five nutrients (carbohydrates, fat, minerals, water and protein). In celebration of the number five we will get together in our modern spacious kitchen to create a feast of five delicious Vietnamese street food dishes. The menu is subject to change depending on the dietary requirements of the group but will most likely include dishes such as banh xeo (crispy pancakes) do chua (pickled carrot and daikon) bun cha (meatballs in broth) goi cuon (spring rolls) and nuoc cham (dipping sauce) Dietary information: This class can be adapted for most diets provided we are given plenty of notice of all dietary requirements and/or allergies, please contact us to discuss before booking. Tickets for this event include: • professional cookery tuition• all ingredients and equipment• hot drinks throughout the session• a full meal for two people to take home with you• all recipes from the class. Any profits raised from this class support our community cookery activities – where everyone can experience the benefits of cooking and eating together, regardless of finance, confidence or ability.


Contact Details

  • Lenzie Road

    Ramekin & Rolling Pin Cookery School and Community Kitchen, Lenzie Road, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow, UK


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