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Cambodian Village Cooking Class

Highlights
  • Cambodian cooking class with a local chef 
  • Individual cooking stations: more hands-on experience
  • Personalized experience: small group of up to eight people
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Cambodian Village Cooking Class
From US$ 26.00
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AM Cooking ClassMost Popular
9:30am - 12:30am
From US$ 26.00
PM Cooking Class
12:30pm - 3:30pm
From US$ 26.00
Overview
Simple but flavorsome, Cambodian cuisine makes use of fresh fish from the Mekong and an abundance of Asian spices. Immerse yourself in Siem Reap’s culinary heritage as you enjoy a cooking class with a local chef in a typical Cambodian village, and enjoy a delicious 3-course lunch of traditional Khmer cuisine. Hotel pickup and drop-off make for a seamless experience, and a small group size means plenty of personal attention.
What to Expect
After pickup from your Siem Reap hotel, travel by tuk-tuk to the venue for your cooking class—a traditional rural village just outside of the city. Meet your host, a local chef, and set out to explore the village, stopping at a family home to gain insight into local life, customs, and cooking traditions.

Your cooking class takes place in a nearby pavilion, where you’ll have your own cooking station and equipment. Under the guidance of your expert instructor, learn to prepare fresh fruits and vegetables, master the art of cooking the perfect rice, and discover popular local ingredients such as coconut leaves, sugar cane, and exotic spices.

Finally, sit down to enjoy your home-cooked lunch, with three delicious courses accompanied by an cold beer or soft drink. At the end of your meal, your driver will be waiting to take you back to your hotel.
Reviews (95)
1 - 5 of 59 reviews
Reviewed today via mobile
Great Place to learn cooking

Enjoyed the cooking lesson very much. Learned to cook Amok Trek (Fish Amok), Nhoam Svay (Khmer Mango Salad) and Chaek Chhurng (Banana with palm sugar and grated coconut flesh) which are all very delicious. Was also given a booklet of Khmer recipe home. A must...More

Thank Angela_tkk
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great Places to learn cooking

we have wonderful time to enjoy new cuisine . the food is very nice , the class is informative they show you how to make properly dishes ,. the places is very nice , green and quite . must do

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank johnny s
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic experience

We had a wonderful tour of the local village and visited a family. After the tour we were taken to a secluded outdoor cooking space where we learned to cook three amazing courses of Cambodian cuisine. Our chef, Sopeap was amazing, all the spices and...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank carolaberdeen
Reviewed 8 November 2018
Great Recipes + Great Teacher = Amazing Experience

I love cooking classes in general, I feel it really enhances any travel experience. Let me get this out there first, I am not a good cook at all and prefer to make ready made meals that slave away in the kitchen. Before the cooking...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank NikitaD130
Reviewed 8 November 2018 via mobile
Truly a great experience

So happy to have happened upon this cooking class!!!! This was a highlight of my stay! Great people, great food...and I cooked it myself! I walked away happily fed and proud of myself. The pick up/drop off was much appreciated and from start to finished,...More

Thank chrisdavis271
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Trish M
25 October 2018|
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Response from goingplaces2015 | Reviewed this property |
The staff is very helpful if anyone is having problems. The class size is small and the work areas are close to each other. I think most kids that age would enjoy it and their parents will too as long as the kids can... More
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sxp3955
8 September 2018|
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Response from cindylee634 | Reviewed this property |
It’s not really in a village. Mostly a farming community. It is run out of a beautiful hotel where you could maybe spend time.
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