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Traveling Spoon

Bangkok, Thailand
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Traveling Spoon provides travelers with private, authentic food experiences, from homemade meals to cooking classes and market tours, with local hosts in their homes.
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Vish Gupta wrote a review Mar 2020
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I signed up for the market tour, cooking class, and meal with Pern and had a truly excellent experience. I had been sampling food around Bangkok in the weeks leading up to the cooking class so I could ask her for tips on how to cook these, and she was able to answer all of my questions! She is a great teacher and would explain to me everything we were doing. Also, and importantly for me when it came to asking questions and learning, she speaks english very well which helped me learning tremendously. I would highly recommend her to anyone truly interested in learning about thai cooking in a home setting.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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serena b wrote a review Mar 2020
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The cooking class and lunch with Pink and her mother was exceptional. Pink is full of knowledge on Thai cuisine and has a irresistible enthusiasm that really brings the experience to life. More than that, we have travelled in south east Asia for over 20 years and Pink’s green curry is the best we have ever eaten! Also worth mentioning the produce from her garden is all organic and exquisite. We were lucky enough to be there during mango season and Pink even gave us some to take home with us...thanks again for the wonderful experience!!
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Mary N wrote a review Feb 2020
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If you want to see parts of Thailand you won't otherwise see, this the one. Aoywann, the guide and chef, is amazing. She really wants to share he country with you and went above and beyond with us. We went on a multiple tours and then headed to her restaurant and cooking school via her boat. We felt transported! Don't be in a hurry--enjoy your time with her. We made sniped herbs from her garden, multiple dishes at her cooking school, and then ate in her wonderful AC atrium. She was the best and made sure we saw everything we could. She really made it personalized!! Can't recommend her enough if you want to get out of Bangkok and explore.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gary R wrote a review Feb 2020
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I work as a professional chef and this class was beyond my expectations ! The market tour, detailed class and the hospitality were off the charts!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Eva R wrote a review Feb 2020
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Aoy met us at the train station, then carried it by car to various fine and fresh markets, such as flower, meats, seafood and vegetables, etc. Aoy knows a lot in the markets so there were many good tastings, so come hungry. Aoy is also very flexible and adapter to cooking for us and my allergy.The last market was with the locals, which Aoy takes great care of where we made the last purchases. After that it was a wonderful boat trip on the river with Aoy as captain. The trip went to her fantastic restaurant where we were welcomed very personally and with the and snacks. After the break, we went into her garden and picked flowers and spices. After that we put on our aprons and started to hack and mortar. Lovely sweet scents spread in her fine glazed outdoor kitchen. The food was decorated with flowers and leaves from her garden. In the end, we sat down and enjoyed the tasty dishes. Very fun and educational day, can be highly recommended. She gave as so much more than just a cooking class, lots of history, culture and much more.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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