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It is a fast class for tourists who want to know How to do the main dishes we use to see in the restaurants around Bangkok. The teacher made a overview on the main ingredients and dishes and also answered questions.
My friend and I went to the Silom Thai cooking school. We grouped in the New Office and when all 12 of us were there they lead us to a open air market and showed us the different types of vegetables, like Egg Plant -...More
Gee was our instructor, and she was a wonderful mix of humor, skill, and patience. They run the cooking school very efficiently, as we are cooking one dish, staff is prepping the staging area for the next. The trip to the market in the tuk-tuk...More
Our instructor Rung was great, very enthusiastic and funny. The food we cooked was delicious and we were told important things about the ingredients and thai cooking style. Also incredibly cheap. Highly recommended!
So glad I booked this. Spent the morning walking round the markets learning about the different ingredients that create the main flavours in Thai cuisine. After picking up our ingredients, we got a tuk tuk back to the cooking school which was a gorgeous little...More
My husband and I had an amazing time at this class. Toom, our instructor, was hilarious and made the class memorable. She was a great teacher too.
We made 5 dishes and they were all really good: pad Thai, Tom yum soup, green curry, chicken...More
My wife and I enjoyed our cooking class at the Silom Thai cooking school. We reserved our class about a month before we arrived using their website, and the process was pretty easy.
The class was very informative and useful, with each student getting their...More
This was my first ever cooking class in Thailand and both myself and my freind really enjoyed it. The whole experience. Everything was well organised and you start off at the market to get some fresh produce anc the teacher explains the types of fresh...More
great experience. started out by meeting staff at the meeting point, which is easy to find and good instructions provided during reservation process. The market tour was very brief (about 15 mins). All the items were already pre-picked so there was no shopping that needed...More
It is difficult to explain why, but the course leader has a strange enthusiastic temperament. Constantly yelling "Yummi" tires. I consider it completely unacceptable that the head of the course cannot explain about the various forms of coconut milk for sale. I consider it completely...More
Despite the lack of any major tourist attractions, this lively neighborhood is a favorite of many. Whether it's the (somewhat naughty) nightlife of Soi Patpong, the various handicraft night markets or the plethora of dining options that tickle your fancy, a night out in Silom is a must on every itinerary. It's worth a stop during daytime, too: join office workers on a quest to tasty street food during lunch and shop
at Silom Complex for a great mix of Thai and international stores. After a day of strolling around the congested sidewalks, a visit to Silom's Lumphini Park, Bangkok's answer to NYC's Central Park, is a welcome change of scenery.
Yes, we had two children in our class, younger than 11. They can take part in the preparation as the adults do (chopping, crushing, mixing) and they will manage their own dish; the instructions are very clear and the teacher... More
Yes, we had two children in our class, younger than 11. They can take part in the preparation as the adults do (chopping, crushing, mixing) and they will manage their own dish; the instructions are very clear and the teacher very helpful. I'd recommend it. There's lots of information about the food/dishes as well.