Pearly's cooking class is something you definitely want to do in Penang. It's such a great way to get an intimate insight into this rich and diverse culture. My friend and I ran into Pearly at the Spice Garden, such an engaging and friendly person, we were quizzing her on Penang''s culinary delights. It was only till the end of the conversation that she told us she ran a Nonya cooking school. Wanting to hear more about Nonya cooking as well as Pearly's incredible life we booked into a class the next day. Pearly and her wonderfully charming husband Chandra picked us up from our hotel and took us on a tour of the market, where they have the down low on what's what and whose who. They tailored the cooking session to food we wanted to learn how to cook. They invested so much time and effort into us and went above and beyond what was required. I cannot recommend this highly enough.
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