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4-hour Spanish Cooking Class in Madrid

  • 4-hour Spanish cooking class in Madrid
  • Learn the secrets of Spanish cuisine from an expert chef
  • Create an array of Spanish dishes such as gazpacho, tapas, or paella
4-hour Spanish Cooking Class in Madrid
From US$82.04
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Morning Paella Cooking ClassMost Popular
We first visit the local market to shop the ingredients you need to you cook your own paella, gazpacho (cold tomato soup) and sangria back at the school
Evening Tapas Cooking Class
You will have to apply yourself to follow chef instructions to make up a menu of 5 traditional tapas, one dessert and sangria. Anyway, there is still time to hear funny stories about Spanish food and
Uncover the secrets of Spanish cuisine with a traditional cooking class in Madrid. Get hands on as you create classic dishes such as tapas, gazpacho, or paella; master new skills under the guidance of an expert chef; then sit down to feast on your homemade creations, accompanied by a glass of Sangria.
What to Expect

Follow our chef instructions to cook your own meal in a fun four-hour-long learning experience. Along the class you will talk about Spanish food, eating habits or any other topic you can bring up.

All meals are prepared in teams of two people, under the guidance of an English speaking local chef and require no previous cooking experience. If you come alone, we’ll try to find a cooking partner to pair up.

Once cooking is done, you will have time to enjoy your meal with your cooking classmates while you share travel experiences.

At the end of the class, you’ll get a recipe booklet including all the recipes made at the school, as well as a welcome gift with a premium Spanish product.

Reviews (99)
1 - 5 of 57 reviews
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
We made Paella

Cooking class is not my usual thing to do. But this was great! Went to local market and got the inside story on restaurant shopping! Bought great fresh seafood chicken veg. Went back and made sangria, gazpacho and paella. Learned a lot and was a...More

Thank sethckal
Reviewed 3 days ago
Spanish Food and a way of life - brought to life !

Lili was amazing. A trip to the market started our journey; with a return to the kitchen to cook well known traditional recipes. I was blown away after cooking and tasting the tourists favourites - I now know how they should taste !

1  Thank Craig S
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun class with plenty of sangria

Our group of 8 really enjoyed making the tapas selections plus making our own sangria. This is a great way to spend some time in Madrid while getting some personal time with a native.

Thank Mike D
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Experience!!!!

This was a great experience! Eduardo was so well organized we were cooking like pro's! Trip to the market was especially fun and very interesting (lambs head anyone?) and the menu was perfect. Everything we needed was readily available, every step explained thoroughly and it...More

1  Thank Venture146651
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Madrid Cooking Class with Lili

Wow! What a fantastic experience!! I thoroughly enjoyed my cooking class with Lili and my fellow travelers. Lili’s knowledge and passion for food was evident in the Paella cooking class. Although I attended the session solo, they paired me up with someone and we had...More

Thank Claudia P
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Xuan B
19 October 2018|
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Response from Claudia P | Reviewed this property |
We were eight, 4 couples. I think that they can accommodate a few more couples by the number of work stations that I saw.
17 September 2018|
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Response from simershein | Reviewed this property |
They have 2 classes everyday and I would check the cookpoint website for current times.
Robert R
4 September 2018|
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Response from Kait_De | Reviewed this property |
I would tell them in advance. Someone in the class had a shellfish allergy and while the instructor had a backup for the shrimp dish we made, she was pretty pissed they didn't give advance notice.