Sydney’s 5 Best Cooking Classes
1. Cake Baking Class
As far as I can remember I’ve always loved baking, that is because I love eating cakes indeed! The 3.5 hour-long hands-on Conquer the Classics: Scones, Soufflés & Sponges baking class from The Bake Club are ran by Anneka Manning, author of Bake, Eat, Love.
♥ A glass of bubbles and a cheese platter on arrival is all you need to get instantanely into the mood
♥ Spacious venue with high-end equipment
♥ Tastings throughout the class
♥ A bakeware gift from sponsor Wiltshire
♥ Take-home box with samples of all the goodies we bake in the class
Duration: 3.5 hours – Price: $220
Read my full review of BakeClub
2. Pasta Making
The Long Italian Lunch class is ran by Luciana from Cucina Italiana in Annandale, Sydney. As it name suggests, the class starts at 10 am, goes for 4 hours and you get to eat all of the freshly prepared delicacies (antipasti,fresh pasta and semi-freddo), in a convivial and joyful atmosphere at the end of the class.
♥ Hands-on workshop ran by a passionate Italian home-cook
♥ The class is hosted in a historic heritage listed Italian Villa built nearly a century ago
♥ Discover the basics of fresh pasta making and try your newly learnt skills
♥ Cook and eat a delicious 4 course lunch from various regions of Italy
♥ Enjoy a glass of wine (or two!) with your lunch and make new friends at the big dinner table
Duration: 4 hours – Price: $150
Read my full review of The Long Italian Lunch
3. Sourdough Baking
The Home Baker Workshop is a hands-on baking class offered by Brasserie Bread, designed to introduce the joys of artisan baking to people of all ages, giving you the skills to make a variety of artisan breads from start to finish.
♥ Hands-on workshop ran by a passionate and knowledgeable artisan baker
♥ Discover the basics of artisan bread making
♥ Learn mixing, kneading, hand moulding, shaping and long fermentation
♥ Bring home a Schiacciata con L’uva and heaps of other hand-made goodies!
♥ The class concludes with a bread taste testing session and refreshments
Duration: 3 hours – Price: $150
Read my full review of The Home Baker workshop
4. Mexican Street Food
In the comfort of his own stylish apartment in Waterloo, Sydney, Victor, a passionate and experienced chef, offers the largest range of cooking classes in Sydney, including a Mexican Street Food Cooking Class. Achiote chicken tacos, tamales, fish tacos, and quesadillas are just some examples of what’s on offer in this fun, interactive and fast paced class.
♥ Start with the basics of cooking – i.e. knife skills, understanding the ingredients and the traditions
♥ Receive professional tips such as knife sharpening, time management, menu planning and how and where to find the best ingredients.
♥ Victor is a qualified chef and certified trainer so you learn professional cooking techniques.
♥ Colourful and friendly atmosphere with theme room and music
♥ At the end of the class, eat all the dishes you’ve made and enjoy a glass of wine with your new friends!
Duration: 3.5 hours – Price: $149
Read my full review of Victor’s Food Mexican Cooking Class
5. Macaron Making Class
Learn the fine art of macaron making from the makers of Sydney’s best macarons. A pair of MakMak chefs will run an interactive demonstration of the macaron making process then you will prepare your own macarons and taste the results!
♥ Interactive demonstration of the macaron making process, in a commercial kitchen
♥ Make your own macarons under the supervision of MakMak’s head chef and build-up your confidence
♥ Taste your own macarons and take home the leftovers for your friends and family to enjoy
♥ Maximum of 10 participants per session
Duration: 2 hours – Price: $100
Read my full review of Mamak macaron making class
Have you tried any cooking classes in Sydney? Any other recommendations?