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NYC: Vietnamese Menu: Spotlight on Pho

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Vetted Local Provider (4.6-star rating across 405 reviews)
Location Lower East Side, 193 Henry St
Price $1050 for up to 6 people; $175 per person thereafter  (see price details)
Duration Up to 3 hours
Group Size Up to 24 people
Materials None required
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Description

Unleash your inner chef and embark on a culinary adventure with an exclusive private group cooking class! Whether you're a group of friends, family members, or colleagues, this hands-on cooking experience promises an unforgettable journey through the world of gastronomy.

The depth and complexity of texture and flavor are what make pho so alluring. We’ll make Vegetable Summer Rolls and Beef Pho including the rich bone broth from scratch.

This event also comes with unlimited beer, wine & soft drinks, and can upgrade to a full bar for an additional cost. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated, please inquire when booking.

Event Itinerary:

  • You and your group will arrive and we'll begin by getting everyone started with drinks!
  • After 15 minutes, we'll gather everyone and discuss the menu, talking through the recipes in some detail
  • We'll begin prep at our beautiful butcher block worktables
  • We'll head to the kitchen and get cooking!
  • Finally, we'll transform the classroom into a big communal table for everyone to enjoy the fruits of their labor together

Menu:

  • Vegetable Summer Rolls
  • Beef Pho including rich bone broth from scratch

Pricing

  • $1,050 for up to 6 people
  • $175 per person thereafter

Cancellation Policy

Reschedule or cancel your event by emailing us at [email protected].

Days before event3 days or less7 days or less30 days or lessMore than 30 days
RescheduleNo reschedule allowed$150 feeReschedule for no fee
CancellationNo cancellation allowed15% fee

Rescheduled events must occur within 1 year of the original event.

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Available as soon as next Monday, Mar. 4th

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Reviews of This Event

(3.8-star rating across 4 reviews)
Anonymous
Overall, instructor was knowledgable, but unhelpful at key points. Class was disorganized and food was ok. Read on for specifics. Pros: - Instructor was charismatic, knowledgable, and passionate about creating good food with good ingredients. - The knowledge of ingredients and techniques of making pho seemed in depth and pointed when presented by the instructor. - Spoke highly and in detail of local Vietnamese grocery stores in China town for acquiring specific ingredients Cons: - Class was disorganized. Ingredients and utensils were still being brought out after the designated start time. - Instructor's assistant was distracted and forgot to include specific ingredients within summer roles which caused many of them to lack those ingredients. - Instructor started describing how to make dumplings. Did not provide clear instruction. Left the table and simply handed two guests the recipe to follow without instruction. They were then left to figure out how to make the dumplings on their own. This could have been done at home and was not appropriate for a class setting. The instructor should work with their guests with the assumption they do not know how to create the dish as this is why they paid for the class. -When asked what the instructor's favorite pho place was in the city, the answer was they did not have one and that their pho was the best pho. This was unappreciated to say that there was not one restaurant in the city, who specialize in pho and Vietnamese cuisine, was any good. They could not mention at least one good place to try which was off putting. -After dessert and natural discussions around the table subsided past the 8:30pm class end, there was no send off or close from the instructor. People just simply got up in silence and said good bye which prompted the instructor to then start saying good bye.
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