If “food is culture,” then there is no better way to learn about Thai sensibilities than this deliciously immersive cooking class. Our chefs show you every aspect of creating traditional Thai delicacies, from Yum Woonsen (spicy seafood salad) and authentic Som Pad Thai Goong (wok-fried rice noodles in tamarind sauce) to Som Tum (refreshing green papaya salad), and more.
We explain how to select fresh, quality ingredients before taking you step-by-step through expert cooking processes to bring out the best flavors. Along the way you’ll learn how each ingredient nourishes your body according to Thai thought and the role that home-grown foods play in Thai daily life, history and legend.
Rounding out the experience, you will prepare and enjoy your creations in Ta Khai, a rustic restaurant reminiscent of a home in a fisherman’s village, complete with Andaman Sea views. Not only will you leave with recipes of the dishes you’ve made in order to make them at home, we’ll start you on your way with a gift of Ta Khai’s homemade signature curry pastes.
Daily, Advanced reservations is required
2 Hours (between 11 AM to 3 PM only with latest starting time at 1 PM)
Three-course menu: THB 4,000 per person / Four-course menu: THB 5,000 per person / Five-course menu: THB 6,000 per person
Food & Drinks
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