Jolie Danang cooking class is proud to present the best authenticity of Vietnamese food with our “homemade” recipe. The whole process is going to be fun and entertaining for all participants.

So if you are in Danang, don’t hesitate to book Jolie Danang cooking class for a fun activity.

Also, don’t forget to have a look at our menus!

Currently, there are two menu types for your choice depending on the date.


Mon-Wed-Fri Menu

  • Pho noodle
  • Fried Spring rolls
  • Papaya salad with shrimp and pork
  • Steamed fish dipped with tomato/ tamarind (Red tilapia fish)


Tue – Thu – Sat Menu

  • Pho Noodle
  • Fresh Spring rolls
  • Xeo cake
  • Steamed fish dipped with tomato/ tamarind (Red tilapia fish)


In the hope that you will find pleasure, joy, and sustenance in good food, below is what we are going to bring to you:  


  • Pho – the Vietnamese national dish

When it comes to Vietnam, people talk about Pho. Somehow, Pho has become a National dish of Vietnamese. A bowl of pho is a soup made of a clear beef or chicken based broth with flat rice noodles, herbs including green onions, ginger, and coriander, and thinly cut slices of meat, primarily beef or sometimes chicken. It will make your mouth watering.

  • Fried Spring rolls

Another most popular Vietnamese foods but this time, you will enjoy it with Jolie’s recipe. It comprises of lean minced pork, unshelled shrimps, edible mushroom, dried onion, duck/chicken eggs, pepper, salt and different kinds of seasoning.

  • Papaya salad with shrimp and pork

For those who are in love with vegetables and fruits. Papaya salad is for you!  The raw papaya and carrot are shaved into thin strips, mixed with herbs like basil and coriander, roasted peanuts and sweet and sour made from soy sauce, chili

  • Steamed fish dipped with tomato/ tamarind (Red tilapia fish)

It is a highlight of our menu as the fish is what you are going to catch in the fishing village. Sounds exciting, right? For this one, we are going to make it in secret, and you will find out in Jolie cooking class.

  • Fresh spring rolls

This traditional Vietnamese spring roll is fresh and healthy. It’s full of veggies, lean meat, and shrimp. Unlike fried spring roll, you will need to keep the rice paper in water and roll it with all ingredients but the key point is from the sauce.

  • Banh xeo

Banh Xeo is a savory crepe that is pan-fried and topped with pork belly, shrimp, mung beans, and bean sprouts. Traditionally, you eat Banh Xeo with your hands.

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