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Such a great well run cooking class and fantastic evxperinece! The hosts were incredible, spoke great English and really made the cooking class exceptional! We had a tour of the rice field, welcome drink and then made our own offerings which was an added bonus!...More
Me and the hubby are currently holidaying in Bali, and thought it would be fun to experience a Balinese cooking class. We couldn't have chosen better, tjw experience with the Periuk people was fabulous!
Pick up was prompt, and we were taken to a local...More
my partner and I loved the cooking class.
it was a great set up for a big group to do a bit of every dish and work with your partner to create some delicious food.
the lady teaching us (I'm sorry I didn't catch her...More
This was undoubtedly one of our favourite parts of our Bali trip! Pick up and drop off to our accomodation. It started with a really insightful and fun trip to the local produce market where we learned about the different products and how we would...More
We did this cooking class and could not fault it. Easy booking and response online. Pick up at hotel on time. Visit to local market and rice fields very organised and informative. Cooking class held on family property in lovely setting. Introduction drink and welcome...More
Everything you can wish for in a cooking class. We did the afternoon session, so we first went to the ricefields and afterwards we heard about the local cultures. Then we started cooking with only fresh and pure ingredients. We made about 7 dishes, and...More
We booked a cooking lesson at Periuk Bali Cooking Class yesterday. This was way beyond our expextations! We went to the rice fields first where Wayan told us more about the rice process and traditions. After that he took us to his family house where...More
A visit to Ubud is not complete without this activity. We went to the traditional market to learn about Balinese cooking ingredients, learned how coconut oil is produced (an essential ingredient), made an offering and then started cooking up a storm. The lunch which was...More
I think so. The organiser is very friendly and this is a family run business so I am pretty sure they will be able to accommodate the two children. All cooking is supervised so I would not see any problems.