Master Thai Cooking With A Private Class At AmariJune 15, 2015 / byAnkita Sodhia / Categories : Amari Hua Hin, Cooking, Interests, Thailand
Cook up a storm!
Did you know that you can have your own private Thai Cooking Class when visiting some Amari hotels and resorts*?
*Note: Cooking Class is not available at all properties. Please check beforehand for availability and prices.
Recently #DiscoverAmari visited Amari Hua Hin to see a Thai Cooking Class in action. It was a fun-filled, educational experience for all. Check out our photo play-by-play to see what’s in store for you:
Suit Up: Our students for the day were given chef hats and aprons – all ready to cook up a storm.
Prep: Each student has his or her own cooking station with pots, pans and all the fresh ingredients laid out neatly, ready to cook when needed.
Menu: There is a pre-set menu for each class.
Demo: Before each dish, a hotel chef demonstrated what ingredients were required and how to cook and plate the finished dish.
Cook, Plate, Repeat: Following the chef’s demo each student cooks and plates each dish with guidance and support.
Bon Appetit: Once all the dishes are cooked and plated, each student gets to eat what he or she just cooked and try their peers’ creations too.
Certified: Our hotel chef presents each student with a certification of participation for completing the cooking class.
A great experience to share with friends, family or a loved one, you can learn about and create your own mouthwatering masterpieces with a private Cooking Class at Amari. For more information, send your hotel of interest an email in advance to find out about availability and prices.
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