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China's first cooking school for foreigners. Now in our 11th year of business. A lot of fun and informative too! Come and join us for a class. Or a week long course in 2015
Chao Long Village, Yangshuo County, China
+86 137 8843 7286
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Let Sophie guide you! I may or may not have quite the success at home as I did in school, but I hope I learned a few tricks to impress the family back in USA. My father and I had a great time cooking with...More

Thank Elizabeth M
Reviewed June 3, 2018

I have been to several international cooking schools and thought this one was great because I think that I'll be able to replicate the recipes at home and we learned some basic stir fry/wok techniques that I'll use at home. We visited a market and...More

Thank mizsonya
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Reviewed May 21, 2018 via mobile

What a brilliant cookery course! Had a absolutely fantastic time from start to finish and would highly recommend! Went on a tour of the market first and then a trip to a lovely location to cook!! Food was out of this world even if I...More

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Reviewed November 10, 2017 via mobile

Went here whilst staying Yangshou. We were collected from our hotel and taken into town for a look around the market to see the raw ingredients. The central market has two areas, one just fruit and veg and the second including animals. We chose not...More

Thank David A
Reviewed September 2, 2017

As part of our tour we had a cookery course here. It started with a look around the market in Yangshou, which was fine until we witnessed the crates of live cats and the dog body hanging from a hook. We then took a minibus...More

Thank Andrew N
Reviewed June 2, 2017

We were 11 on a GAdventures tour - the cooking class was fun, and in such a beautiful setting. We made 5 dishes. We each had our own wok and each made the 5 dishes then a great feast together. Beer fish yum. Eggplant Yangshuo...More

Thank JStaryk
Reviewed May 20, 2017

My husband and I spent two days in Yangshuo and did this on the morning of our second day. We began with a very interesting walk through of the large local market. The produce was exquisite! Our teacher purchased fresh fish for one of our...More

Thank Sallie L
Reviewed May 14, 2017

We booked this course on a whim through our guesthouse and we were very pleased we did. The school itself is in a beautiful location, and we eventually ate our creations on a lovely terrace, looking out at fields and Karst peaks, along with our...More

Thank LorenzitoH
Reviewed May 4, 2017 via mobile

We had been told about the cooking school before our trip and when we saw it advertised at our hotel we decided to book. As keen home cooks, we thought it would be educational as well as fun. It was also great value for money...More

1  Thank Barry H
Reviewed May 3, 2017

We met the chef and other participants in central Yangshuo and then walked a short distance to the local market. The market was full of fresh vegetables which the chef named and described. As the meat is sold fresh, there were live animals including cats...More

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