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Address: Calle Moratin 11, 28014 Madrid, Spain
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+34 910 11 51 54
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Mon - Sat 9:30 am - 9:30 pm
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
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Learn how to cook paella and tapas in our hands-on, half-day cooking...

Learn how to cook paella and tapas in our hands-on, half-day cooking classes in English. Come to our daily wine tastings and get to know Spain's most outstanding wine regions.

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Spanish Cooking Class in Madrid
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As lots of others have said, worthwhile cooking class

I've never done a cookery class before, but I was in Madrid for work and had a couple of days on my own, so decided to sign up the paella cooking class. Eduardo is very... read more

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Wales, United Kingdom
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Wales, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

I've never done a cookery class before, but I was in Madrid for work and had a couple of days on my own, so decided to sign up the paella cooking class. Eduardo is very knowledgeable (food, Spanish history, politics - a lot of topics making for interesting conversation), and we spent a good amount of time in the market... More 

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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

Eduardo is a great host - very personable & knowledgable. He's also fun and funny, so he made the entire experience a delight. My wife is a pretty expert cook - me, not so much. OK, not at all. But I really enjoyed the experience. After a brief introduction, we set out for the nearby market, where Eduardo provided tons... More 

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Dayton, Ohio
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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

My husband, myself and our 14 year old son greatly enjoyed the paella class! Loved shopping in the market prior and learning so much about the Spanish food culture. The food was excellent and we all are looking forward to recreating at home!

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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

My in-laws came to visit my family in Madrid. I took my MIL to the paella cooking class so she could have a hands on experience with Spanish culture and food. The trip to the mercado was a treat and Eduardo talked with us about the products and market culture. We then bought the ingredients for our meal. Back at... More 

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Thank Charlie B
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited in March with a small group: it was great, the chef had a great sense of humor, showed knowledge and patience. We had a great time cooking in his wonderful, beautiful kitchen. In the end we also ate in our intimate dining room what we had cooked and other delicious dishes and desserts. The taste of his sangria... More 

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Dallas, Texas
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I cannot say enough great things about this class! It was exactly what we had hoped for and a little more. We went to the local market to pick up all of the ingredients, which was such a great learning experience. Eduardo, the chef/instructor, was so knowledgeable about the food and was patient with all of our questions. His attitude... More 

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Thank Stacey G
Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I booked the tapas class for a fun activity on our last night in Madrid and the experience did not disappoint. Laura was a great teacher! It was nice to hear the backgrounds to all the dishes we prepared. The recipes were easy to follow and and the food was so tasty. I would highly recommend this... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was an enjoyable night, cooking with other couples from around the world whilst learning the origins of these dishes. We made Sangria to start with and then progressed through 6 courses of tapas. The recipes were relatively simple to follow and the workbenches are contemporary, in good condition. The issue I noticed was that the group was still finishing... More 

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Rheinfelden, Switzerland
2 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a really great experience and enjoyed the concept Eduardo offers. We started with a market tour and Eduardo provided us some insides about spanisch culture as well explained the origin and background about the food we bought for our cooking class later on. The cooking self was a lot of fun in a great environment. Thank you

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My friends and I booked the 5 tapas cooking course with Laura. This was one one of my favorite outings we did during our stay. Laura was welcoming and fun. In addition she provided us with an interesting history about all of the dishes we prepared which I thought was super cool to learn the story behind the foods we... More 

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