Learn to cook up to six traditional Cambodian meals including a refreshing Mango Salad, a mouth-watering Fish Amok, crispy spring rolls and sweet Sticky Rice Balls for dessert
Learn to create three (AM or PM class) or six (full day course) delicious Cambodian dishes led by a local chef
Visit a local family at a rural village to learn about daily cooking in a Khmer household
Classes accommodate a maximum of 6 students, each with a private workstation
Receive recipe cards so you can recreate the delicious dishes when you return home
Enjoy complimentary hotel pick-up and return transfer back to town by tuk tuk
Taking a cooking class is an unmissable experience when in Siem Reap. Memories of those mouthwatering Cambodian flavors will stay with you long after you return home. These classes start with a nice touch: a visit to a local family. You'll take a stroll through the village, learn about homegrown herbs and vegetables and discover more about cooking in a Khmer household. A gift of rice is provided to the family as thanks for their participation. Then it's time to get stuck in! Together with your local chef and guide, you'll get a hands-on cooking experience with tips and recipe cards so you can reproduce the dishes at home. Mango salad, fresh spring rolls, Cambodian curry and tasty desserts are some of your menu choices. And the best part? You can taste all your creations once the cooking's over!
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Friendly chef and assistant. Love the family visit too. Had a lovely meal together with the attendees. Overall a real pleasure.
the remork arrived on time and picked us to the cooking class location approximately 15 minutes away from town. the place was clean and overall was very nice.
It was a unique experience in Cambodia!The same class size and interactive session help me better understand the daily life of Cambodian villagers, and it livens the heart to know that this social enterprise raises awareness and funds for the underprivileged. Thumbs up!
Spent a lovely morning learning how to cook local dishes and learning about the lifestyle and traditions of Cambodia. Class was kept small and very well ran. Two thumbs up!
We started the class with a walk in the village, our guide brought a bag of rice for a family as a gift for letting us see their home, unluckily the family was not in, probably out in the market or in the farm, so we were told. While we were walking in the village our guides were showing us trees and plants that were grown in the houses backyard. They would either sell the fruits in the market or eat for daily living. After we got back to the cottage, its cooking time! We sliced and diced our veggies and meat, and did everything on our own (with a little help with out guides). We had a Chef demonstrating in the center and everyone was just following what she was doing. We each got our own "cooking station" which was pretty awesome. We made 3 dishes in total. And the best part of this class, after 3 hours of hard labor (LOL), eating! And I would have to say, they tasted pretty awesome! It was a nice and hearty experience.
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