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We were welcomed and made to feel at ease. The course lasted a good amount of time. The friendly lady taught us how to make a variety of food and drink. It was a fantastic evening and I would strongly recommend this course. My friend...More
We enjoyed our cooking class last week. They taught us how to make a couple Brazilian staples and the instructor's english was excellent. The school is well located and provides a comfortable learning environment.
I went with a group of 7 English speakers to learn some traditional Brazilian recipes. Our instructor was great - spoke English very well and was very accommodating. The recipes were fun and engaging. We made chicken coxinhas (like a dumpling), shrimp bobo, brigaderios, and...More
I attended a Friday session for an English-speaking class. We learned how to make Bobo de Camarao, brigadeiros, coxinhas, caipirinhas, and jaboticaba juice. They also provided delicious pao de quijo at the start of the class.
The cooking experience was great! Nice kitchen set-up for...More
I went to Receitaria with six other English-speakers for a 3.5 hour class while in Sao Paulo. We made a full meal and learned a lot about native Brazilian fruits and local food. Our teacher, Mariana, had strong English and was very friendly. It was...More
This cooking school is great. Roberta, Eric and Marina were fantastic teachers and hosts for our group. From booking the class to cooking the dishes, each step was an easy and exciting way to spend in Sao Paulo. The classes are so reasonably priced, I...More
This cooking school is great. Roberta, Eric and Marina were fantastic teachers and hosts for our family. We got to make three traditional dishes (a starter, entree and dessert). Roberta, Eric and Marina took time to explain each dish and how to prepare it. The...More
I really like my ccooking class for tourists which ended with a well mixed caipirinha and good food :) a very good possiblity to meet locals and other people!
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Exploring Pinheiros, a neighbourhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centres and institutes surround the area and even its main church, Calvário, hosts a traditional Brazilian “Festa Junina” - a celebration with traditional music, dance, and food during the months of June and July. On the weekends, residents gather at Benedito Calixto Square, a loud
and crowded area where people enjoy live music drinks alongside the antiquities fair.