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Patio Mexica Cooking School

Calle Adelita, 32 | Colonia La madera, Zihuatanejo 40894, Mexico
+52 755 116 7211
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Authentic Mexican cooking class

At the last minute we booked in with monica and it was fantastic! Really great to have a class... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
Jmaysu
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Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
via mobile
Fourth Class Second Time Molé

Only way I would improve this is by doing it on a rainy day, but there aren't any in February... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2017
wllm
,
Little Falls, New Jersey
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The purpose of the cooking school “Patio Mexica” is: that people who visit our beautiful Zihuatanejo may have a small immersion in the culture, traditions, food and local people, guided by a Mexican and cooked in a traditional Mexican home as it is Patio Mexica cooking school.
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“mole” (10 reviews)
“tortilla soup” (12 reviews)
“cooking class” (20 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Calle Adelita, 32 | Colonia La madera, Zihuatanejo 40894, Mexico
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+52 755 116 7211
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Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

At the last minute we booked in with monica and it was fantastic! Really great to have a class early in the day and have the rest of the afternoon to hit the beach. It was quite a large class (13 people) and an organised...More

Thank Jmaysu
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Only way I would improve this is by doing it on a rainy day, but there aren't any in February. Seriously good molé is made sloooowly, constantly stirred by many hands, from roasted peppers, cumin, cinnamon and, of course, Mexican chocolate. So, if you want...More

1  Thank wllm
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

Monica's cooking class was one of the highlights of our trip to Zihua! My husband and I love to cook and eat, so we had a blast grinding nuts and chilies in the molajente, and learning all about moles. The finished dish, Mole Poblano, was...More

Thank Brenda A
Reviewed 1 February 2017

We learned how to prepare the poblano peppers and the history of the dish. It was all very hands on from roasting the peppers to stuffing and frying, and of course we got to sample all of our hard work. I left with a new...More

Thank AKArbor
Reviewed 29 December 2016

Monica was great at responding to emails. She was sweet enough to pick up a birthday cake for my son, who had a birthday the day we took our class. We paid her for it when we paid for our class. That was so nice...More

1  Thank MiddleNameLeslie
Reviewed 9 August 2016 via mobile

What a great time! My family and I learned to make red and green salsa, enchiladas, chilaquiles, and tortilla soup. All very delicious! Monica was fun, informative and willing to share a few of her grandmothers cooking secrets. I highly recommend this outing!

Thank micheleroemer
Reviewed 4 August 2016

This was definitely a fun experience! Made some new friends and ate some yummy tamales! I would go back again! thanks!

Thank Kristen Y
Reviewed 4 June 2016 via mobile

Highly recommend. If you enjoy cooking and want an adventure and new experience this is for you.. I enjoy cooking authentic Mexican food, with fresh local ingridients from the market..

Thank JoReed7
Reviewed 2 June 2016 via mobile

Maria and her recipes are the best. I took three different classes with her while I was in town and have already made a number of the dishes when I got home. Authentic, delicious, and easy to learn. Don't miss this.

Thank Tamara B
Reviewed 17 March 2016

This was an informative and enjoyable hands on class. I loved that we learned not only how to prepare the poblano peppers but the history of the dish.It was all very 'hands on' from roasting the peppers to stuffing and frying, and of course we...More

2  Thank KimMac1
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CU1974
10 May 2017|
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Response from MiddleNameLeslie | Reviewed this property |
Email Monica to ask your questions. She's very responsive. The class is fabulous. She does not provide transportation from hotels. Dress is casual. Whatever you want to wear. You are cooking in her backyard. Class is approx... More
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Ida M
18 December 2016|
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Response from juanelodi | Property representative |
The cost per class y $400 pesos
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Judie V
7 March 2015|
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Response from Monica D | Property representative |
the basic ingredients of Mexican cuisine are Corn, beans, chiles.,,, Only chiles rellenos use wheat flour but can be changed by cornmeal ....
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