Be enticed with the glorious aromas and flavours of Sri Lanka as you learn, cook and eat traditional meals that are shared in homes every day. With influences from the Dutch, Portuguese, English, Arabs, Malays, Moors and Indians, Sri Lankan cuisine is a true melting pot of diverse flavours.
This class is not a cooking course it is an informal session where you learn the basics and share in the suppliers experiences. The chefs are not professionally trained, just home taught by their families and enjoy cooking and celebrating with food. You will learn how to make Sambols, chutneys and curries using traditional spices like cinnamon, cloves and cumin. The aromatic roasted spices, flavoursome herbs and the combinations of these used in creating mouth watering dishes will leave your taste buds asking for more... Come for an evening of fun, and celebration with food.
A minimum of 8 participants per class required for the class to proceed - if minimum numbers are not met, the class may be rescheduled for a later date. This experience is 3 hours long and is available once a month on the 4th Wednesday or Thursday of the month from 5.30 to 8.30pm.
This experience operates with 8 to 14 participants - 1 instructor and 1 kitchen hand
You can enjoy this activity, rain or shine!
Comfortable clothing and closed in shoes.
Wheelchair access available. If you will need any special assistance during the class or are mobility impaired please advise supplier at the time of booking.
Please advise supplier of any dietary requirements at the time of booking
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.