Madrid

Tapas Cooking Class

Learn how to make the best tasting classic Spanish tapas with a private, experienced chef.

Best for Teens
Food & Cuisine
Hands on Workshop
3 hours
Private venue
Price per family
775
6 participants max
Minimum age
7 years
Duration
3 hours
  • Select a convenient date and time for the experience.

  • Provide the basic information of who will be participating in the experience.

    ADULT 1

    ADULT 2

    ADULT 3

    ADULT 4

    ADULT 5

    ADULT 6

    CHILD 1

    CHILD 2

    CHILD 3

    CHILD 4

    CHILD 5

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Description

What pops to mind when people think about Spanish food are those bite-size portions designed for sharing called tapas.

Meet your private, experienced chef in a private cooking school in the heart of Madrid, and let them teach you the secrets to making delicious tapas.

In over 2 hours, follow the chef’s precious advice to make classic Spanish tapas such as potatoes with “brava” sauce, tomato bread (pan con tomate), Spanish potato omelet (tortilla), chorizo in cider, garlic shrimps and more! Everyone will be participating, and teamwork is of the essence!

At the end of the class, just sit down, relax and enjoy the great food you have prepared, along with a bit of wine or sangria for the parents, and juices for the children.

 

 

This tour is available in the following languages : English, Spanish

 

Meeting Point: At the cooking class

Finish: At the cooking class

Inclusions

  • A private, experienced chef who knows how to interact with children
  • A private cooking school
  • All the ingredients needed
  • A meal, with wine or sangria and juices
  • The recipes

Exclusions

  • Transfer to and from the cooking class
  • Any other alcoholic drink not included in the package
  • Tips

Highlights

  • Papas bravas
  • Pan con tomate (tomato & bread)
  • Tortilla (potato omelet)
  • Chorizo in cider
  • Garlic shrimps

FAQ's

Is this a private activity?
It sure is. Your family members will be the only ones in the cooking school, along with your private chef (and assistant).
Do the parents participate?
Of course! Everyone will get their hands deliciously dirty. Teamwork makes a great meal. Depending on the age of the children, parents might be the only ones allowed to use knives or get close to the stove or oven.
How big is the meal?
The quantity of food prepared and served is equivalent to a healthy portion for adults. It is a 3-course meal, so you will not feel hungry at the end.
Is it suitable for kids under 6 years old?
Because this cooking class involves knives, fire, pots and pans, it is not recommended to bring very young children. However, as long as they stay at a safe distance from anything dangerous, they are more than welcome to join. Sheets of paper and crayons are there if they feel more like an artist than a chef.
Can you make gluten free meals / can you cope with food allergies or other intolerances?
We can adapt to any food allergy or intolerance as long as this information has been given to us prior to the day of the activity. If information is given during the cooking class, your chef will do their best to adapt to your needs and tastes.
Can you make kosher meals (or any other special meals)?
Yes we can. Here too, please give this information ahead of time so the adapted ingredients can be purchased.
Do we need to bring special material or ingredients?
No. All you need to bring is a big smile and the will to prepare a delicious meal. We will take care of the rest. Should the parents want to bring their own wine, please feel free to do so.
Do we get the recipes of what we prepared?
Of course, we will send you the recipes by email once the baking class is over (this might take a few days, especially if we have to translate the recipes).
Will my teenage kids like the activity?
Preparing a good meal is a quality that everyone should have. If they do not like cooking, this might be a great way to get them to start liking it, as it is always a usefull skill to have.

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