I wanted to give this and excellent rating, and although the staff were extremely friendly, and the food fantastic, it was just ok.
We booked in for the full day lesson which was meant to start at 8.30am and then we were to eat the lunch we cooked around 2pm. We only had a class of 3 people so thought it would be great. We learned a lot about Lao traditions and their culture and food in comparison to the neighbours from our great teacher. We also had a go at making some decorations. Once we chose our menu however, that was about it. The most hands on it got was stirring. All food was prepped and we made nearly all the dishes at once. We were seated and eating our delicious food before 12noon.
Included on the info sheet was a certificate, recipe book, souvenirs and the chance to buy spices/utensils etc as souvenirs. We only received the book and certificate.
We were able to sample many interesting things in the market and also had a glass of fruit rice wine with lunch.
I did enjoy this class, I just wished it was more hands on and as advertised.
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