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Enjoy a hands-on cookery lesson at The Smart School of Cookery, a dedicated school renowned for its practical approach to good food. The ingredients used are fresh, local and delicious, the tuition is professional and down to earth, and the completed dishes sublime.
Depending on the class you pick and the season, you will have different themes to choose from such as curries, tapas, seafood, Morrocan and bread making. This is a great chance for you to master new skills for your own benefit, and equally to impress your friends or family!
After a warm welcome on arrival, you will meet your expert cookery teacher who will talk you through the day's programme and what you will be cooking during your lesson. Then it will be your turn to get your apron on and get cooking. At the end you will sit down and sample what you have made over a relaxed meal with the other attendees. The exact format varies depending on the class chosen.
This experience is available on selected days of the week, throughout the year. You must take your experience before the voucher expiry date.
Your experience will last approximately 2 hours.
This voucher is for two people, there will be others taking part on the day.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old.
Please inform the school if you have any food or wine allergies or if you are diabetic or vegetarian. If you have a stomach upset, you must not attend but you may be able to re-book subject to obtaining a doctor's certificate.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
The Smart School of Cookery, Canary Wharf, London
Jonathan from Customer Service, June 2019
Arrived at the venue which was very easy to find and in a beautiful location in London. You can only enter 10 mins prior to the experience start time but there are a few lovely places to get a drink 2 or 3 minutes away and right on the dock area.
The advisor was very friendly and gave some great tips on sharpening knives, how to cut certain veg and what parts of the garlic to remove.
We started to cook and everyone in the class got involved at different points. We chose the Latin American street food session which was based around Mexican food this time and was very nice. I would have liked it to have been one of the countries a little further south.
You were busy throughout the whole 2 hours looking at different aspects from making the dough to creating different fillings. As the class started to draw to a close you got to eat the food that had been produced, I can happily say it was very nice.
Move around the class when you are not involved cooking so you see all that is going on and take a note pad to jot down anything you think you might forget.