Cours de cuisine espagnole interactif à Barcelone
Votre groupe continue jusqu'à votre école de cuisine dans le quartier d'El Born, à une courte distance à pied. Cette école est équipée d'une cuisine ouverte, d'un bar pour les ateliers et de confortables places assises comme dans un restaurant. Tout d'abord, créez vos propres pintxos espagnols et dégustez un savoureux assortiment d'en-cas espagnols accompagnés de sangria. Discutez avec votre groupe.
Sous la direction de votre chef, vous aiderez ensuite à préparer la paella traditionnelle. Préparez les ingrédients nécessaires, puis allumez le gaz. Pendant que votre plat principal mijote, votre chef vous fera enfin participer à un atelier de préparation de sangria, qui vous permettra de préparer vos propres bouteilles de vin fruité et frais à savourer en mangeant.
Une fois que votre paella est terminée, asseyez-vous et savourez votre travail. Votre chef parle anglais et espagnol et respectera vos allergies alimentaires ou vos besoins particuliers. Pour ceux qui ne mangent pas de fruits de mer, un autre plat principal sera préparé par le chef et servi avec la paella. Vous recevrez des recettes et des conseils de cuisine à la fin. Vous serez ensuite invité à un bar voisin pour déguster un chupito gratuit et des boissons spéciales disponibles pour votre groupe jusqu'au bout de la nuit.
- Recettes de votre chef et conseils de cuisine et de cuisine espagnoles locales
- Une invitation à nous rejoindre pour un chupito gratuit au bar voisin
- Chef local
- Tapas, paella et boissons
- Atelier interactif de fabrication de paella aux fruits de mer
- 20% de rabais sur les classes de maître avec tapas - E-mail email@example.com pour réserver!
- Prise en charge et retour à l'hôtel
- Vous recevrez la confirmation lors de la réservation.
- L'âge minimum pour boire est de 18 ans
- Veuillez indiquer vos besoins alimentaires spécifiques au moment de la réservation.
- Une option végétarienne est disponible, s'il vous plaît aviser au moment de la réservation si nécessaire
- Non accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite
- Accessible en poussette
- Transports publics proches
- Aucune condition physique particulière requise
Had a great time cooking with Gabriel. He was knowledgable and very personable. We had a fun group, which always helps.
Overall, a good experience. There were more people than we expected so some activities needed to be split between the groups with the others watching. He did a good job assigning us to tables with others who were of similar age.
My friend who went with me, who was skeptical , because she doesn't like seafood, had FUN and ENJOYED. MUST DO IT.
This was a great experience and the Chef, she is just amazing! Good food, good drinks and lots of laughter! This was one of the best experience ever! Thank You!
Group was big. around 24 pax. Not really a cooking class but more of social event with a side of cooking. Interesting and fun. Good way to pass time if you do not know where to go in the free time
Amazing, personalized and friendly. Paella was made with fresh ingredients. Truly bottomless sangria. Also veggie option available!
The meal was amazing, the company unbeatable, and Chef was warm, welcoming and talented. By far one of the best meals we enjoyed on our visit to Barcelona. Chef shared her grandmother’s paella recipe and everyone in the group played a part in preparing the meal. We cleaned mussels, clams, squid and shrimp and were taught the secret to making the perfect paella... which cannot be rushed. We shared our table, and pitchers of Sangria, with guests from South Africa; who we were sad to leave at the end of the evening. Truly a memorable experience made even better by Chef’s culinary talents. A must do if you are in Barcelona!
Too many people in class, couldn't cook or see the cooking as it was being done. The chef was good, he had to talk fast to get thru the information because the class was so large it took us forever to get thru the market. The cooking school/venue is not set up for large groups. We couldn't physically all cook even when we split into smaller groups and if you chose to just watch, that was impossible the group was so large we were two deep and if you are shorter and in the back...you get the picture. The food was good, not great. The Sangria was good when we first got there but the batch he had some students make was different. They had them add orange juice to it. If I am guessing it is because they ran out of the correct ingredients. (Along with Ice, they ran out of ice) It was not good at all compared to the first glass we had when we arrived at the cooking venue. Would NOT recommend this class.
Prior to the tour, I had specifically called Viator to make sure that it was known that (in our party of 5) we had 3 requesting vegetarian paella because we do not eat seafood. We were told the request was received. When we arrived at the tour, we asked the chef and were told that the Paella was seafood (we could eat around the seafood) or we could wait 5-10 minutes for pasta with vegetables. We asked about vegetable paella and he said that it was all prepared in one large pan, so if we wanted veggie, we could possible have it after the group paella but the preparation time is over 20 minutes and everyone else would be done eating by that time. Obviously, we didn't want pasta and wanted to eat with the group so tried to pick around the seafood. Honestly, we loved the chef, the tour of the market was good and we loved ending the evening at, the Travelers Bar for a free drink, and more drinks and trivia night!!! BUT we were all not truly able to participate in the interactive cooking experience because there were way too many people to do it. We sat and drank sangria and ate some good appetizers and could watch other people do things. One in our group stirred the paella for a short time, one cleaned the fish, one prepared the fish and two of us helped 2 others make sangria at the end. A smaller class would have definitely been much more interactive and if we had an email before the class, explaining the impossibilities of vegetable paella, 3 of us probably would have just gone out to dinner and met up at Travelers after.
Very fun and interactive as titled. Location in heart of Gothic Quarter/La Rambla. Easy to find meeting point and no hassle finding guide (Mara and her associates). Short walk to nearby FRESH food/seafood market (St Josep Boqueria, itself an experience) to buy fresh ingredients then walk to the school/kitchen. The Sangria starts flowing quickly. And you’ll make more as you go. Lots of fun participation with the food making too. You won’t be thirsty or hungry. They’ll walk you back to meeting point (a bar by the way) for yet one last drink. Mostly couples but some singles and No one feels left out. Lots of talk amongst the group. We had lots of fun and the price is more than reasonable in our opinion.
The class started in a bar called travelers, not a great meeting place. The group was about 20 or so which made it difficult to keep everyone together at the huge market The chef set a speedy pace and for some it was difficult to keep up. Once we walked back to the kitchen (about 15 minutes from the market) the class was a bit to big for everyone to really get in and cook. The food in the end was great, the chef was entertaining
This is a great opportunity to spend a fun evening learning to make paella and sangria. The food was delicious and instructors were a lot of fun! This is a must do for couples or groups of friends traveling!
We had a great time! Excellent sangria, great food, lots of fun. Good opportunity to meet other like-minded people, and share the experience.