The restaurant conducts cooking classes. We were taught how to cook Ayam Pong Teh (Chicken and Potato Stew), Udang Lemak Nenas (Prawn and Pineapple Stew) and Kuih Apam Balik (Nyonya-style Pancakes). The chef was excellent and we received an apron, hat and certificates on completion. We also got to enjoy our meal afterwards. they supplied additional meals to compliment the dishes we made. The 2 hour lesson plus the lunch afterwards was RM115 pp. This was a great experience.
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