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Seminyak: Balinese Cooking Class & Market Tour
Learn how to prepare authentic Balinese dishes from friendly and experienced chefs in Seminyak. Take part in this fun cooking class and surprise your family and friends at home with great dishes.
About this activity
- Effortless cancellation
- Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
- Printed or mobile voucher accepted
- Use your phone or print out your voucher
- Duration 5.5 - 6 hours
- Check availability to see tee times.
- Collection included
- Additional pick-up service from your hotel in Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, and Sanur at 8:15 AM. If your hotel is not in these areas, the meeting point is Warung Nia, Jl. Kayu Aya Square, No. 19-21., Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak.
- Learn how to prepare authentic Balinese dishes from friendly and experienced chefs in Seminyak
- Visit a local market with your chef and learn about the different ingredients in the dishes
- Look forward to a personal experience in a small group and benefit from first-class care
- Take home a recipe book and treat your family and friends to delicious Balinese dishes
- All Ingredients • Cooking Class
- Market Tour •
- Morning tea • Hotel pick-up
- Transfer back to your hotel
Prepare for this activity
Please bring it with you
- Comfortable shoes
- Comfortable clothing
- Luggage or large bags
based on 42 ratings
- Guide 4.9 / 5
- Transport 4.7 / 5
- Value for money 4.7 / 5
- Security 4.9 / 5
I attended the vegetarian cooking class with my girlfriend. This starts at 3 p.m. and takes place without a visit to the market. We received a very warm welcome and first had a brief introduction to the most important ingredients with which we then cooked. Tommy was incredibly nice and we had a lot of fun together! We cooked a total of 10 different dishes, which we could all eat at the end. All in all, one of the best experiences we had during our trip! We can recommend it to everyone, it's worth it! A little tip: bring hunger, the food is really plentiful and tasty.Continue reading
We (3 adults and a 9 year old) had a ball learning how to prepare and cook (and eat) delicious Balinese food in a bustling outdoor tables. Our quick trip to the food market introduced us some insight into the local way of life. Back at the restaurant, the chef instructor quickly developed rapport with the whole group and really made the experience fun and engaging. I would definitely do another class at this establishment.Continue reading
Great experience! As a vegetarian / pescatarian. I opted for the non vegetarian option as I wanted to experience the market tour. It was quite hot that day and the market is outdoors so prepare yourself for the heat. The great thing is that the non vegetarian option also included a seafood dish. They were able to cater to my dietary needs and gave me a vegetarian and seafood dish. Our chef and guide Komang was amazing! He is very knowledgeable and a true master of his craft for cooking. He spoke English well and was very humorous. I recommend giving this class a try as it was a good experience to learn about Balinese cooking!Continue reading
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