Thai Street Food
£125 per person
A half day cookery class experience
Chef Tutor - Gerard Molloy
Join us on a culinary trip through the streets of Bangkok and its food stalls. Learn how to prepare the popular Thai red curry, creating the paste with the aromatic flavours of lemon grass, Thai chillies, galangal & soy.
Try your wok skills with the classic Pad Kee Mao, also known as "Drunken Noodles". Few can deny the delicious flavours of Thai cuisine and with this half day class you will have the chance to try new mouth-watering recipes to impress your friends & family.
If you would prefer to book over the phone or are using a voucher as payment/part payment please contact reservations on 01425 282212 or email your details to email@example.com.
Please note that this class is for those aged 18+
- Feb 13 2024 Places available
- Mar 28 2024 Places available
Please arrive 15 minutes before the class begins for refreshments and registration to ensure the class begins on time
Cookery classes include a mixture of hands-on cooking and demonstrations to help you get the most out of your time with us.
Sit down for lunch and enjoy the delicious dishes you have cooked together before heading home.
Finish - taking home your creations, recipes and The Kitchen Apron as a souvenir of your time at the cookery school.
Thai Red Curry Paste
Satay Beef Brochettes
Tom Yum Soup
Pad Kee Mao "Drunken Noodles"
Things to know
We are often making improvements to recipes and adapting the dishes taught on our classes to enhance your experience. Dishes on this class may be subject to change.
In the majority of cases we will be able to adjust dishes to accommodate all dietary requirements so please let our reservation team know before you book or on your web booking. There are a very few classes that cannot successfully be adapted to accommodate a certain dietary requirement. If this is the case we will be more than happy to recommend a class to suit your needs.
We will supply containers for you to transport your delicious creations home in, however in the interest of sustainability we encourage you to bring your own containers from home.