Cooking schools

A great way to connect with Bali

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What we say: 4 stars

A way for many visitors to a country to connect with the people is through food and Ubud offers a range of cooking schools for you to take a piece of Bali back home with you.

The most popular cooking school in town is operated by Janet de Neefe's Casa Luna on Jalan Raya Ubud. It's been operating a cooking school for years and is known for its ability to cater for both those that want a hands-on experience and those that would prefer to sit back and watch.

Some of the classes start with an early morning tour of the Ubud market where a guide will point out many of the local delicacies and produce and assist with the correct price of some goods. Back at the cooking school, guests are invited to participate in the preparation of a range of dishes that are consumed once the cooking class is complete.

For those that are more into the technical aspects of cooking and want to be taught by a trained chef in the essentials of Indonesian cooking, Warung Enak has a highly regarding cooking school where guests cook in the restaurant kitchen. Because it isn't as popular as the school at Casa Luna, attention is more personalised and every aspect of dish preparation is hands on except the pre-chopping of ingredients. This class is perfect for the foodie that wants to return home and dazzle their friends with the wondrous foods of the Indonesian archipelago.

Casa Luna Cooking School Jalan Bisma. T: (0361) 973 282 300,000 rupiah
Warung Enak Cooking School Jalan Pengosekan. T: (0361) 972 911 450,000 rupiah

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