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Espai Boisa - Barcelona Cooking School

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Address: Passatge de Lluis Pellicer, 8, 08036 Barcelona, Spain
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+34 931 92 60 21

Espai Boisà is the first “Cooking School – Restaurant” in Barcelona that...

Espai Boisà is the first “Cooking School – Restaurant” in Barcelona that offers you a fully hands-on experience, preparing and tasting exquisite dishes from Catalan Cuisines and various other cuisines around the World, while sharing our cultural habits around food. We promote Organic, Seasonal ingredients, sourced by Local producers in Rural Barcelona. This is our philosophy and we would like to share it with you. Our Cooking Classes are designed to ensure you can reproduce all culinary techniques at home. Under the coaching of our professional chef, participants will be divided in groups of maximum 4, where you will be fully involved in preparing all recipes on the menu including your own paella. We are equally specialized in organizing and hosting private celebrations, company events, and team building activities, all based around cooking activities and food. Whether you´re visiting or living in Barcelona, we would love to welcome you to an authentic, fun and dynamic experience, in an off the beaten track gastronomic space.

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Amazing Experience! Fabulous Place!

If you a foodie, love cooking or just want an incredible experience, Espai Boisa Cooking School is a must when visiting Barcelona. Not only is a fabulous space and way to learn... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2016
Toronto, Canada
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Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

If you a foodie, love cooking or just want an incredible experience, Espai Boisa Cooking School is a must when visiting Barcelona. Not only is a fabulous space and way to learn how to cook Spanish Catalan culture, it also a great way to meet people. Our class consisted of eight people from various parts of the world. Wendy, the... More 

Thank Donnmill
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Reviewed 13 July 2016

I follow twice a cooking class. Both were very nice and learnfull. I made with a group of 6 people and Chef Wendy very tasty dishes. The dishes were very innovatory, so I learn a lot. After the cooking class you can take the recipes to your home:). Durring the cooking class there was a good and warmfull atmosphere. Also... More 

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Reviewed 16 December 2015 via mobile

A lovely way to spend 4 hours with the lovely Angels, chef, who guided us through the market shopping for fish head etc. Then a very hands-on cook of 4 courses, with wine in hand, and lots of help! Highly recommended.

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Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed 5 October 2015 via mobile

This was fun! The day started with a trip to the market to purchase supplies, then back to the kitchen. The kitchen is set up as a true training kitchen. Our chef, Maria, was a sweetheart and made this a truly memorable day.

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Indio, California
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Reviewed 13 September 2015

Started at the market to buy the ingredients. Then on to prepare various dishes with paella being the highlight. Tasks were divided up, wine flowed and a few hours later we had a great meal. Great international group where everyone - cook and non cook - got into the action. Great way to spend a few hours over the lunchtime.... More 

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Saint Louis, Missouri
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Reviewed 4 April 2015

We took a 30 person American group to Espai Boisa for 3 hours of cooking and all totally enjoyed the activity (including the men). Upon our arrival, we were handed a glass of wine and then split into 3 groups for a very hands-on creative cooking class. The groups rotated so we did it all. They included a special twist... More 

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Methow, Washington
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Reviewed 1 April 2015

Our group of 28 took a class here and learned and laughed with the awesome staff. We produced some excellent dishes and competed in an iron chef competition. Usual clientele are actual local people learning to cook, so I think it was fun for the staff as well as it was for all of us. Hard to locate, just off... More 

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Leicester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 10 March 2015 via mobile

I visited this on a business trip team building evening. Prior to our cooking we had a guided trip round the Food Market in La Rambalas. Chef Eugen had prepared the dishes for us to cook tapas. We were a large group and had the restaurant to ourselves. We were split into teams and competition was strong. During this Chef... More 

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Reviewed 21 November 2014

Did an Indian Bread workshop here and we learnt to make three types of bread and take some home to cook later. And got a lovely meal at the end. Great teacher, super cute place in an easy to find location. Well recommended.

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Seattle, WA
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Reviewed 29 August 2014

On our last day in Barcelona we spent the afternoon with Chef Eugen and his assistant, Monica, for the Paella and Tapas cooking class. As a group of four friends, we were thrilled to arrive and learn that we had the kitchen and the staff completely to ourselves. Eugen had shopped prior to our arrival for all of the fresh,... More 

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