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Cook In Shanghai organizes Chinese cooking classes and Cooking activities for big groups in Shanghai to introduce you to real local culture. Our regular group classes and private events all let you choose your own recipes, include a visit to the...more
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I was offered a cooking lesson for my birthday, and what a gift! Nobody else than me that day but I didn’t regret it at all. Jay, who works as a guide and translator, is very friendly and full of knowledge, the visit of the...More
Elrick met me at the metro and took me shopping at the wet market. He was knowledgeable and a great talker. Jay was my chef and instructor when we got to the apartment. He is the son of a chef (so knows more than his...More
Helen our host was amazingly accommodating, we were running late but she waited. The wet market was perfect we spent over an hr there asking lots of questions and buying extra food.
The cooking was great and very hands on. Great atmosphere to learn the...More
From the wet market to the hand pulling noodle class everything as fantastic. Our interpreter Jay was funny and clever and made everything more entertaining. Chef Han was many years of experience and it very helpful and patient. I would definitely recommend this company!
I definitely recommend this experience. Jay (translator) and chef were both very friendly. I felt at home at the class. Teaching was clear and easy to follow, partly also because I do understand mandarin. They didn't just teach very plainly, but dispensed tips along the...More
Both our guides were really chatty, friendly and funny. We had great fun making a mix of dumplings which tasted great! Very relaxed atmosphere and lots of useful info from the wet market visit as well!
I joint the cooking class two times with different international teams. My teams had always a great time there.
Everything was prepared with great passion (room, table, dishes, ..), and we felt that it was a perfect evening.
The food had a high quality and...More
Reading the last couple of reviews I thought I had gone to a different class. I guess you might give this class five stars if you've never been to a cooking class or to a market in Asia. I think the positive reviews focus on...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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Liu H, General Manager at Cook In Shanghai homestyle Chinese cooking classes- Private Cooking Class, responded to this reviewResponded 23 September 2018
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We decided not work with this employee any more, we also will strengthen management and staff...More
The fresh market experience was a great start especially for my children. Looking at basketfuls of crabs, yabbies and frogs & even touching them! We were grateful for our generous and patient host, Erica, introduced many fruits, veg, meats and even pigeon eggs that were...More