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Roi Thai Cooking School

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Roi Thai Cooking School

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75/1 Moo 6 Klong Nin Beach, Ko Lanta Thailand
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Ola N wrote a review Dec 2019
6 contributions3 helpful votes
We had so much fun cooking with Pum ( the chef) ;) We were cooking with another couple so in total 4 persons. Definitively one of the best experiences we have had in a restaurant. Back story: We were on the scooters, driving away from the rain and eventually it caught us up and we reached the Roi Thai soaking wet and cold. The manager, knowing we got there for the cooking class got us hot towels, hot tea and even brought us their private shirts so they could dry and IRON ours while we learn how to cook with the chef! We were amazed and so thankful for the hospitality and care. The cooking class was 5 dishes, each and every different and delicious. We made chicken satay with peanut paste, minced chicken salad in lime sauce, tom yum soup, barracuda and red curry paste. At the end we received a book with recepies.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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doughnuthurtme wrote a review Apr 2017
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The cooking class with the market visit is worth it! You will learn the fundamentals to thai cooking and have a great time!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Bob K wrote a review Mar 2017
McKinney, Texas8 contributions11 helpful votes
While on Koh Lanta, I went to two cooking classes: one in Saladan, and one on Klong Nin Beach, Roi Thai. Of the two, I recommend Roi Thai. I went on a Friday, when we went to the local market to buy produce, fish, and other products. It was most educational. Our host told us about Thai food in general, ingredients, and preparation methods. It was good to see the ingredients at the market, AND to see what the chef bought for later. He also provided us with a couple of street vendor appetizers that were very nice. Back at the cooking school, we all did everything ourselves, from cutting up the ingredients, grinding the ingredients and spices, and cooking all (except one little bit) of the food before we tasted it. I wasn't fond of the deep-fried spring rolls (a long-standing dislike), but the rest of the menu was great. The fish was exceptional. There were only three of us in the class, one of the things that made it memorable. A previous review indicated he(?) was the only one in a class, and he was not happy. So I would recommend finding out how many are in a given class before signing up. I didn't, but I was lucky. Six or less participants should be a very good class. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in learning about Thai cooking or wants to improve their knowledge about Thai food and its preparation.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Tarja N wrote a review Mar 2017
Palkane, Finland38 contributions15 helpful votes
I took the lunch course by myself as the rest of the family did not want to join me - and what did they miss! The Chef Akkapak was so nice and fun person, and he told us very good information about the ingredients of Thai kitchen. The course was very well organized (although I had to wait the pick up for 40 minutes....) and the cooking facilities were great. I think I prepared and ate the best Thai food ever - creamy Massaman curry. The flavours were just perfect. I recommend this to everybody interested in cooking. Thanks Chef!
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Date of experience: March 2017
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TravelFYI wrote a review Feb 2017
Singapore226 contributions67 helpful votes
We did not join the cooking class, but we walked by as it was underway in the back of the restaurant and it looked like fun! The area for the lesson looked like one of the best 'local kitchen' we saw during our travels in Thailand - looked genuine but clean and spacious. We only had diiner, they were super quick to bring a new table for us and served us with some of the yummiest thai food we had in a while. They also had a show going on with dancing and fire which was fun to watch ... even if you ll see the show around the island a few times.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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