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Grano & Farina is a recreational cooking school in a professional space in the heart of Rome. We offer classes in pastry making, pasta by hand, bread, pizza, knife skills and more. Located in Trastevere, not far from the Vatican and city center, we...more
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This cooking class was the highlight of our honeymoon! We still talk about it a month later. Chef Pino and Julia were so fun to work with, extremely knowledgable, and make learning easy to understand. The food was also incredible and I'm still using the...More
This was so much fun. Chef Pino is great, very knowledgeable , fun and very engaging. This class was so much more than learning how to sharpen knives. We learned about different types of knives, the why, different types of cutting vegetables and then experimenting...More
We took the 4 Roman Pastas & Pizza classes from Julia & Pino. They were great. We had the opportunity to get hands-on experience practicing everything we learned in small classes. Pino & Julia helped us perfect the techniques & provide information on how we...More
Discovering this cooking school with its welcoming and professional owners Chef Pino and Julia was the gem of my last trip to Rome. I took a bread baking class and was the most complete class I have taken! I learned a lot about the subject...More
We took the filled pasta class with Julia and Pino in June, and we all absolutely loved it. Our group of four consisted of two adults, one teenager, and one eight-year-old. Julia and Pino were able to tailor it to our group and made it...More
We attended the pizza making class, and Pino and Julia were lovely. Pino really knows his stuff, and we've already put a lot of his tips and tricks to use. The pizza was genuinely delicious and it's surprising the results you can get without a...More
Had an amazing baking course with chef Pino. He learned us how to bake while drinking wine and eating pasta. His English is very good and it's easy to follow his instructions. I would definitely recommend everybody who's interested in baking or cooking to take...More
We had cooking classes with Chef Pino that led us through all the tricks of preparing an excellent pizza and tiramisu. He has developed all sort of methods so that when you try them at home you can be equally successful.
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I joined the bread baking class with Chef Pino. Are you looking for a fun baking experience? Science of baking that the bring home knowledge would not just an one-off learning? Perfect English-speaking chef that would explain every single step in plain English? Here I...More
My wife and I contacted them on short notice but they accommodated us and made room for us in a class making risottos. Chef Pino and Julia are incredibly nice, funny, and great teachers. It was a 3 hour class but never boring and we...More
Trastevere ("beyond the Tiber") is like a faded postcard, a little worn around the edges but still charming. With its wide-open piazzas, meandering streets, weathered Renaissance buildings, and overgrown personality, it's become an irresistible mecca for visitors. Trastevere is an enclave of entertainment - a rotating set of street performers entertains almost every night, and unforgettable
eateries and bars pepper its piazzas and side streets. For a trip to the past, visit the southern and western flanks of Trastevere for pockets of yesteryear, less traversed areas with a residual 1960s and 70s Roman vibe.