Sunday, August 16, 2015

Join us for Travelife Magazine's Exclusive Vietnamese Cooking Class with the master chefs of the New World Saigon, at New World Manila Bay on Saturday, September 12

Travelife Magazine's 
Vietnamese Cooking Class
Saturday, 12 September 2015

Join our very exclusive and enjoyable cooking class, luncheon and Vietnamese coffee demonstration with the master chefs of the legendary New World Saigon, the hotel of choice for presidents and prime ministers from all over the world visiting Vietnam.

This #Travelife to Vietnam experience is exclusive for Travelife readers and friends.  Very limited slots are available so please reserve early.

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To reserve one of the limited places, please contact: 

Ron Hernandez 
Tel 8138400/ 8922620

TRAVELIFE Magazine's Cooking Class
12 September 2015
10 AM to 3 PM

Private Vietnamese cooking lesson
with the master chef of the New World Saigon

Chef Tran Van Dong has over two decades of culinary experience at the legendary New World Saigon Hotel, home to heads of state and other VVIPs visiting Ho Chi Minh, where he spearheads the preparation of Vietnamese cuisine.

Vietnamese lunch
including what you have cooked
and other delicious specialties

Vietnamese cuisine is considered one of the healthiest in the world. Its recipes include a variety of fresh spices and herbs such as galangal, lemongrass, mint, coriander, cinnamon, bird’s eye chili, lime, basil leaves and much more. 

Traditional Vietnamese cooking is highly regarded for its fresh ingredients, minimal use of oil and flourish of herbs and vegetables, making it a healthy option. A balance of fresh herbs and meats is achieved with the use of dry and wet spices to create a distinctive taste.

A special Vietnamese coffee demonstration
with an authentic Vietnamese coffee filter
to take home afterwards

Vietnamese coffee is dark and bitter with a hint of almond flavor. It is brewed in a single-cup filter which acts as a small coffee pot. Inside the single-cup filter is a chamber for coffee and room for hot water. Condensed milk is available at the bottom of the coffee cup.


TRAVELIFE Magazine's
Vietnamese Cooking Class 

Traditional Vietnamese rice-paper prawn 
Gỏi cuốn tôm 

Grapefruit salad, dried squid 
Gỏi bưởi, mực sấy 

“Pho” Beef noodles soup 
Phở bò 

Vietnamese sticky rice 
Xôi lá dứa

Children between 6 and 10 years old can join for free if accompanied by mom and dad.   



To reserve one of the limited places, please contact: 

Tel 8138400/ 8922620


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