Expérience de cuisine portugaise à Lisbonne
Pendant la leçon, acquérez les compétences de base et la manière de préparer au mieux les ingrédients pour chaque plat. Dégustez des vins et des huiles d’olive tout au long de l’expérience de cuisine, et apprenez à connaître vos camarades gourmets. Les plats préparés au cours de cette leçon ne conviennent pas aux végétariens.
Après avoir passé autant de temps à préparer un repas et acquérir de nouvelles compétences, asseyez-vous pour déguster les fruits de votre travail. Régalez-vous de tout ce que vous aurez préparé pendant le cours et rentrez chez vous avec la satisfaction d’un estomac plein et de nouvelles prouesses culinaires.
- Cours de cuisine portugaise
- Boissons incluses (vins, eau, jus, bière, coca, café)
- Recettes envoyées après l'expérience de cuisson dans des fichiers PDF
- Assurance obligatoire
- Prise en charge et retour
- Vous recevrez la confirmation dans les 48 heures suivant la réservation, en fonction des disponibilités.
- L'alcool ne sera pas servi aux enfants de moins de 17 ans. Dans ce cas, nous fournissons de l'eau ou du jus.
- Les enfants jusqu'à 17 ans (inclus) doivent être accompagnés d'un adulte participant également aux activités.
Our instructor David, was very hospitable and knowledgeable. Preparing and cooking the dinner items was lots of fun. Suggest that the overall experience should be described as an introduction to Portuguese cuisine. Suggest you offer another level of class that focuses more on cooking techniques for the experienced home cook.
It was difficult to find the location. Chef was delightful but food disappointed. Chourico great. Beef excellent. Rice ok. But dessert disappointed as did Bacala. Have also not received the recipees. He never got our emails and went on line and could not find. Also no one there to assist and help with clean up. Participants cleaned.
This was a great experience. Tomas guided us through the recipes - a risotto, chicken in a pot and some sort of custard dessert. We had bread, olives and olive oil to start and plenty of wine. I enjoyed talking to the chef, Tomas, and the other participants. It was a memorable night out and I learned a lot about the food culture of Portugal.
Great way to spend an evening in Lisbon! The school does a wonderful job of integrating history, recipes, techniques, and social fun. The wine was free flowing and the dinner we all participated in making was delicious. We learned something about Portugal and each other. It's a great way to meet and socialize with people all over the world. You come together and cook together with a common interest - good food!!
Fabulous Time !!!! Chef Goncalo was friendly, informative and fun. HIGHLY RECOMMEND. A great evening experience and the food was delicious. !!!! An inspiration..!! Diane from Canada
An absolutely delightful experience to learn some typical Portuguese dishes with Gonçalo Carvalheiro. He was knowledgeable, friendly and able to keep everyone cooking, learning and conversing all at the same time. From tasting for different types of olive oils to different techniques, Gonçalo was great at providing instruction and was an immense help throughout the process. Since our class group was so small 4 people total, we also had the privilege of having meaningful and intimate dinner conversations. We would recommend this for anyone that wants to learn about Portuguese cuisine, from an instructor that is serious about cooking and teaching.
Honestly I did not have a good experience with Cooking Lisbon. I booked it as a special event for my boyfriend's birthday and had specifically contacted the owner Luis beforehand to try to arrange a surprise for my boyfriend. However despise all the email communication before and the promise from Luis, Luis did not even communicate all these to the chef of the night. So I was really disappointed about nothing happened at the end of the night. You may think that this does not apply to you if you are only planning to attend the cooking class. But this gives you an idea how unorganized the company is, and how they do not deliver their promises to their customers. Overall regarding to the cooking its nothing special. Yes you get to hear about the traditional Portuguese cuisine, and the chef that was with us that night was passionate about it which I appreciated. However you really didnt get to be in part of doing anything special, and the tasks that I did that night was cutting onion and pan-fried them. The other girls in our group, one of them peeled tomato, and the other peeled the sausage.
More of a social evening than a cooking course. Very helter skelter with everyone doing something but no overall teaching of recipes. Food was good, wine was better.