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Champey Cooking Class

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Champey Cooking Class

265 Reviews
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p0rcupine wrote a review Aug 2020
Ontario, Canada277 contributions12 helpful votes
Loved it! The market trip was interesting and educational. The dishes weren't too difficult to make but were delicious!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Responded Sep 15, 2020
Hi from Champey Cooking Class, our team and chef were extremely happy to see your awesome feedback. We are happy that you had a great experience with us. We guided you to the market and bought fresh local ingredients. It was fun and educational activities to do in Siem Reap. Thanks again for taking a short course at Champey Cooking Class. Have fun with the remainder of your stay in Siem Reap.
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luisamanfrini wrote a review Feb 2020
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our cooking class was so cool! a quick visit to local market and then we cook and taste very yummy local recipes. We absolutely recommend this cooking class
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Sinoeur-Noeun, Guest Relations Manager at Champey Cooking Class
Responded Feb 25, 2020
Hello, thank you very much for coming to experience Champey Cooking Class and making the effort to leave us your feedback. We guarantee to give all our visitors an excellent service with a big smile and to have an unforgettable dining experience during their Siem Reap holiday. We do hope that you will return and give us the opportunity to welcome you once again in the future. Kind Regards from all Champey Cooking Class team!
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Uk traveller wrote a review Feb 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom153 contributions27 helpful votes
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We considered many cooking classes and read many reviews but chose to join this one at Champey. I’m glad we did. It’s easy to find, just a short walk from their restaurant. The Chef was warm and welcoming me and my daughter to the already formed group of two other couples. So six in total. We had time to chat as a group over a glass of wine whilst the kitchen was preparing our station. We then walked to the market ( nice if you’d not already seen it) then back to the kitchen to prepare our food. A couple of things to consider if you go to Champey’s: 1. The class tries to cater for all learners - don’t expect your knife to be super sharp 2. Your ingredients is enough for the food portion you’ll be cooking with - don’t expect huge portions 3. The class does cater for vegetarians - I read in one review someone being sensitive to the chefs comments about the vegetarians, in my experience he was being playful. I was the only vegetarian in the group and chef did ‘mock’ me a little but it was definitely in good fun and he was being playful. The Khmer culture uses meat in all their dishes and I sensed vegetarians are slightly frowned upon. But the class gave me all the vegetarian substitutes and stocks. I think vegans might struggle. 4. The market trip - it’s crowded and narrow you won’t hear everything chef is telling you - it’s impossible for him to include everyone because of the environment however, he does make time to stop at his preferred market stalls to group us all together to talk about the produce. It’s interesting and he knows his stuff. 5. You won’t be cutting up whole carrots, cucumbers and cabbage etc this is already washed and prepared in whole form, we just cut up into smaller pieces for the cooking. We made three dishes: Starter was fresh (not fried) vegetarian spring rolls Main was vegetable or local fish Amok curry with rice ( the rice was already made and plated for us) Dessert was fried banana with coconut cream A useful tip would be if you are looking for something more labour intensive or making the whole dishes from scratch (rice included) this might not meet your needs. The market trip isn’t where we buy our produce, that had already been bought and prepared for us. In our group was a foodie enthusiast who wanted to make our curry paste from scratch and chef encouraged this. We all got to try our hand at pounding the mortar and pestle to make our curry paste from the raw ingredient but chef had already prepared another paste that day ( in the blender). The whole experience was fun, we shared the afternoon with four really friendly and polite guys who engaged in polite and informative after dinner conversation about travelling and culture. Be mindful the more wine you drink the more you pay - only the welcome drink is free. All in all - five stars!! We left with a quality bag: filled with a small recipe booklet, certificate and a box of five spices to make our own.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Responded Feb 16, 2020
Greetings, thank you very much for visiting Champey Cooking Class and finding the time to share your feedback. We guarantee to provide all our customers an amazing service with a big smile and to have a memorable dining experience on their Siem Reap holiday. Hopefully we will get the chance to welcome you again in the future. Enjoy the remainder of your time in Cambodia. Kind Regards from all Champey Cooking Class team!
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deedan79 wrote a review Feb 2020
Siem Reap, Cambodia1 contribution
Our instructor was very entertaining and the food was excellent yum yum. Highly recommended for a unique Cambodian experience
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Responded Feb 7, 2020
Thank you for deciding on Champey Cooking Class during your stay and for finding the time to share your review with us. We were very happy to learn that you really enjoyed our food. We have got a wide selection on our menu which is suited to everyone. We hope we'll get the opportunity to welcome you again in the future. Enjoy the rest of your stay in Cambodia. Kind Regards from all Champey Cooking Class team!
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Liron L wrote a review Jan 2020
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We arrived and turned out to be the only ones show up. So we got a privat class with an amazing chef! Went of to tour the local food market and buy all that was needed to our 3 course meal. These were 3 and a half hours well spent, and it didn't feel over priced at all. Personally I'm not big in the kitchen and I still had a great time and somehow managed to prepare a wonderfull meal!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from Sinoeur-Noeun, Guest Relations Manager at Champey Cooking Class
Responded Feb 2, 2020
Thank you for coming to Champey Cooking Class during your vacation and for making the effort to share your review with us. All our chefs are well-qualified having graduated from well-known hospitality schools in Siem Reap such as Salabai and Paul Dubrule. We hope that you'll come back and give us the opportunity to serve you once again in the future. Kind Regards from all Champey Cooking Class team!
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