Thai Cooking Classes in Bangkok. Authentic Food you get to Eat!

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Authentic Thai cooking classes in Bangkok which you get to eat after. That’s if you can handle the spice! This perfect gastronomical, culinary event in Bangkok will provide teams with an opportunity to learn the arts of traditional cooking in a cultural Thai setting.

Our Thai cooking classes are team building events with a difference! Experience the sights, smells and tastes as experienced chefs guide you through the arts of Thai cooking, demonstrating how to cook and prepare mouth-watering dishes.

Event Duration: 4-5 hours (full day event)
Group Size: 40 to 80+ (dependent on your chosen location)
Location: Anywhere across Thailand near the school.
Benefits: Shared common goals, balanced participation, leadership and communication.

Once your group has been divided into teams a professional chef will start with an introduction to the local cuisine. Depending on your choice this may include a fun visit to local markets before you get to prepare and cook this gastronomical delight.

Thai Cooking Classes – Shopping for Food

Starting with a trip to the local markets you will need to use your best bartering skills while purchasing fresh ingredients for your chosen dishes.

This can be very educational as it gives you an insight into different cultures and most importantly, a great chance to mix with the locals!

Back at the Kitchen, your teams prepare your dishes which could be from a menu, chefs instructions or team research! At the end of the event, the tasting begins!

Dressed tables will offer the whole group meals that each team has created and chefs will vote, on the best dish taking into account authentic tastes and presentation.

An Introduction to Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine is regarded as some of the best in the world and most dishes are region-specific. Although unique, the Chinese had a major influence on Thai food dating back over 2000 years ago.

Believe it or not soy sauce, and rice originated from China but there were other influences including Indian, Muslim and even European. Thais like to combine many flavours from sweet and sour to spicy, salty and bitter.

Thai Food and Nut Allergies

Many dishes do contain nuts and I would offer extreme caution if you happen to have any nut allergies! I eat Ketogenic foods and requested not to add any sugar a dish directly from the chef. As soon as I tasted it I knew it had been sweetened.

I asked the chef if he had added sugar in which he replied ‘nid noi’ which means ‘a little’. This has happened a few times hence be very careful even if a chef tells you it doesn’t have nuts! At least with our Thai cooking classes in Bangkok, you get to add your ingredients!

Quotations are inclusive of:

Transportation (Bangkok) to and from the school, all cooking utensils, budget for any required challenge purchases e.g. food, prize for each winning team member,  consultants, MC, water, professional photographer and all materials and design.