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Certainly not hard labour at the Workhouse Harleston

Being a keen foodie I recently attended a days course in knife skills at the Workhouse in... read more

Reviewed April 28, 2015
paul a
Norwich, United Kingdom
What a brilliant day

Today I made a messenger bag at the Workhouse. I was a bit nervous as I can only sew straight... read more

Reviewed February 10, 2015
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Apr 28, 2015
“Certainly not hard labour at the Workhouse Harleston”
Feb 10, 2015
“What a brilliant day”
The workhouse is a place to come and learn all sorts of culinary and crafty things with a side order of "art". Its more than just a cookery school. We are situated in the small historic town of Harleston in the Waveny Valley which straddles the...more
5 Old Market Place, Harleston IP20 9BE, England
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Reviewed April 28, 2015

Being a keen foodie I recently attended a days course in knife skills at the Workhouse in Harleston. Not really knowing what to expect I went with an open mind and keen to learn a skill. On arrival we were warmly welcomed by Andrew the...More

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Reviewed February 10, 2015

Today I made a messenger bag at the Workhouse. I was a bit nervous as I can only sew straight Items or maybe easy mending of items. Kirsty Reeves was such a brilliant tutor and really made me feel at ease. After a lovely lunch...More

Thank ConnyandBob
Reviewed January 10, 2015

The Workhouse is is a well designed, professional and friendly place to learn about food. Andrew, the owner, is friendly and approachable and full of useful information and amusing anecdotes. The chef on the day, Quinton Darcy, was enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable about his subject...More

Thank Barry P
Reviewed November 30, 2014

The Workhouse is a fantastic location for a cookery school, tucked away in the heart of Harleston, a charming little market town. Proprietor and host Andrew has created a gem, and his informal, easy-going style takes the intimidation out of learning something new. Highly recommended...More

Thank Jeremy H
Reviewed November 29, 2014

This is a delightful day out. Andrew is the perfect host. The kitchen was prepared beatifully before we arrived. Andrew showed us how to make tamales, refried beans, avocado salad and a desert with pineapples - all of which tasted fantastic. We will certainly be...More

Thank Sarah R
Reviewed November 29, 2014

We did this as a birthday celebration. Ten of us drove from Cambridge for 'A Taste of Mexico'. It is a beautiful and well equipped kitchen and the host pitched it just right - informal, useful information/tips and great food. We cooked, ate and chatted....More

Thank Louisehols
Reviewed November 29, 2014

Just back from 'A Taste of Mexico' at the Workhouse. This was really top class experience and fantastic value. Andy is a great host and taught us a lot about cooking Mexican food while we prepared a delicious lunch. Harleston is a 90 min drive...More

Thank SimonBJ
Reviewed October 19, 2014

I went along to the October seasonal cooking course. We watched the food being made and got to sample it - lots of it - while picking up tips too; How to prep and cook the food on offer but also recommendations for local suppliers...More

Thank NorfolkRyans
Reviewed October 3, 2014

My wife and i had a lovely time at The workhouse. Upon arriving we were greeted by Andrew who was our host for the evening. The work house is a fantastic venue in the village of Harleston it has been lovingly restored with beautiful hand...More

2  Thank sampzones
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