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Beras Bali Cooking

Ubud, Indonesia
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About Beras Bali Cooking
WELCOME TO BERAS BALI COOKING CLASS Enjoying the Balinese way of cooking can be a wonderful thing to experience. During your visit to the “island of the gods”, In DPR / Beras Bali Private cooking Class we would like the opportunity to teach you how to make Balinese food. We have place located in Laplapan village. our class are conducted in a traditional Balinese kitchen that is typical Balinese
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Julia T wrote a review Feb 2020
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We had an amazing experience cooking real Balinese food with a family, start from picking up vegetables at the market end up eating our own cooked food, the whole atmosphere was just fantastic. The music, the kitchen, a little garden, the family attitude, and of course the taste, it was only us two and it was the best experience in Bali! Thank you very much 🧑🏼‍🍳👩🏼‍🍳👍🏼
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Victoria P wrote a review Jan 2020
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Excellent experience, very practical & hands-on - not just watching somebody cook, but actually preparing all the ingredients yourself. The class started at 8.00 am with a visit to a local market - also a useful experience as I'm staying in Ubud long and wanted to know where the locals get their food. Then we got back and started cooking. Made, the chef, was very friendly and his English is very clear for Indonesia. The cooking itself took us around 2 hours and there was food enough to feed an army:) There was also an option to choose vegetarian dishes, which I did, and we prepared 2 sauses, 2 grilled dishes, 2 vegetable curries, tofu, soup, and dessert. We ate it then, of course, and were free to continue our exploration at around 1pm.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Coral Lin wrote a review Jan 2020
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I had homestay here for 1.5 months and can’t stop crying when I left. It’s a lovely family giving so much love to make me feel so happy to stay here. I learn a lot from theirs local life style(connect nature and just be yourself)I even join the ceremony with them. It’s the wonderful experience in my life. I feel like it’s my home and I love my family here. If you just want to take some unreal pictures , this place is unsuitable with you. But if you are like me, wanting to know Balinese, making some local friends ,loving Bali traditional culture ,and experiencing the real local Balinese life⋯ This is a wonderful place for you.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Prabodh M wrote a review Oct 2019
Oxford8 contributions3 helpful votes
My wife and I attended a session on 11th October and thoroughly enjoyed it. I didn't realise that we will be making a banquet of some five items and several side dishes - all from scratch and all in about 2 hours. This included chopping and grinding ginger, garlic of two types, chilies and lots of little herbs (picked from their garden). Altogether we spent 4 hours on the site, ending with a great meal that we wanted to share with us too. The whole family of Maade (the head cook) joins in in some way to educate, help or supervise. A must try experience.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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ontheroadJK wrote a review Sep 2019
Boise, Idaho60 contributions70 helpful votes
Out in the rice fields outside of Ubud we found this FANTASTIC place. Nasi goreng is nasi goreng, right? Wrong! After 16+ years visiting and living in Indonesia and not much of a nasi goreng fan (ho hum) I had the BEST VEGETARIAN NASI GORENG OF MY LIFE!! Wow- couldn't stop talking about it. So my husband decided to take the Balinese cooking class. DON'T MISS THIS COOKING CLASS. Absolutely fantastic, so much fun and a traditional out-in-the-village experience. INCREDIBLY DELICIOUS! Many bike tours stop here both to eat the delicious food in gorgeous Laplapan- where you can really enjoy biking- stopping here for lunch with a gorgeous view. Prices are great, the place is super clean and everything made ultra fresh. Not your run of the mill, contrived tourist experience. The real thing.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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