• Location: Rome, Italy
  • Duration: 5 hours (approx.)
From GBP 97.31

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Reviewed by: Julie C, February 2017

I had such a great time and met wonderful people. The cooking lesson was brilliant. So much fun and I can now make ravioli from scratch.

Reviewed by: annemc2440, January 2017

An excellent tour, thoroughly recommended to anyone who wants to learn more about Italian food, the history of the local area and how to cook delicious pasta meals in a beautiful setting.

Reviewed by: Christine J, January 2017

I had a great time with Vittoria and her assistant. I was hands on for many steps of our five course meal. Some steps I missed while I was eating, however, I could have asked more questions. It was a fun day, beautiful food, wine, music, and good company. Vittoria was an excellent teacher, and happily answered any questions. I enjoyed shopping for the food at the local shops and the tour through the Jewish Quarter. I highly recommend doing this cooking class.

Reviewed by: Jeanne W, January 2017

We absolutely loved this experience!!!!! And I hate cooking.....

Reviewed by: brock, December 2016

Chef Paulo was fabulous. It was so much fun to shop and then cook with him and the group. The only complaint would be that it was advertised as a maximum of 8 and we were a group of 12. The number did not take away from the experience as our group members were all delightful. The ingredients, food, and beverages were all fresh and outstanding.

Reviewed by: hangatuhassan, November 2016

Must do experience, we had a lovely small group class. Everyone got very involved in making pasta and it was a fun, relaxing environment. Plenty of wine and good music - it was like learning to cook with old friends. Loved the walking tour of the markets too - our guide spoke perfect english and was able to answer any question every step of the way.

Reviewed by: Erin E, November 2016

Highly recommend! This class was the highlight of our trip. There were six of us in all with an infant others joined to make the class 9.
Our chef/instructors were knowledgable, friendly and fun. First we went to the market at the Campo de Fiori. We then had a small walking tour on the way to the loft kitchen for our class. Very comfortable location! We learned how to make two different types of pasta and three different types of noodles. We also made an eggplant parmigiana. As well as three types of sauces a fresh tomato, pesto and another with wine and leftover ravioli filling. Did I mention wine? We enjoyed Italian wine throughout the class. Yum!!
Don't hesitate to book this class if you're a single or with a group. Fun, festive atmosphere that accommodates all levels. Grazie to our chefs!! Very thankful for the memories and look forward to booking again. Loved it!