I saw this advertised in Pumpernickel bakery on a poster and I walked there for the start of a class, they were happy for me to join in. At 750 R it was cheaper than another course a friend told me about. I felt very welcomed when I arrived with a relaxed atmosphere. The course was clearly explained to me, apart from how it was possible to choose what to cook, I didnt realise that until afterwards. As I just turned up I joined in with what the other girls wanted to do (Daal Bhat), which was fine.
The two ladies who were teaching, one mostly cooking, one mostly explaining, were really friendly and knowledgeable (I actually saw them later on in town and they said hello with big smiles, which was lovely.)
We went to the store to buy the ingredients, which I thought was a nice touch with other courses may not offer. The kitchen was clean, the only down side was the cooker is in the corner, this was fine as there was 3 of us, but I think if there were more people it may be hard to see whats going on. However, we discussed this (everyone was very open to how to improve) and they said they are planning to move the cooker to the centre (but also increase the class size). We were able to help prepare and cook. I think if you asked to be more involved you could or if you wanted a more passive role that was an option.
It was good fun and very informative, with the recipes provided afterwards. We ate it and it tasted great!
A good experience, very happy.
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