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Cobek Bali Cooking Class

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Cobek Bali Cooking Class

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Skip the stress of car hire during a sightseeing tour that reveals the best of central Bali. Perfect for first-time visitors, this private tour transports you between top attractions such as the Sacred Monkey Forest and Tegalalang Rice Terrace, and gives you the flexibility to customize your itinerary according to your interests.
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Vickie Lali wrote a review Mar 2020
Varennes, Canada3 contributions
I really recommand this place. We had a great time, the cooking class is well organised and the food we make is really good!! We had fun and they even accomoded to our schedule. Go to this place! You won’t regret it!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Dave C wrote a review Mar 2020
Canberra, Australia2 contributions1 helpful vote
On a short break in Ubud we stumbled across Cobek. Lead by Wayan, we're collected from our resort. Welcoming and, in very good English, Wayan answered all our questions about Bali, Hinduism, everything. Stopping at local markets there's no foreigner in sight! Dogs wandered narrow aisles of heavily laden stalls. Ancient women with broken teeth and huge smiles, sell everything from goldfish and lady fingers to mango-steins and temple offerings. Simply wonderful. Then through Ubud's busy streets . Past scurrying scooters with horns blowing and out into peaceful rice paddies. At Cobek, we find an immaculate kitchen, open to the rice paddies, and edged by a lovely vegetable garden. Wayan's sister Lilly and her husband welcome us into their home. We learn to make ornamental offerings which we present at the family temple and make a simple prayer. In the kitchen, garden-fresh ingredients (incl. homegrown rice) is beautifully presented and full of colour and mouthwatering aromas. An active and informative few hours of chopping, pounding, stirring, and tasting follows. All served with lashings of warmth, a jar of laughter and a dash of humour. When the food is served I find myself doing a double take. Did we cook this? It looks stunning and tastes even better. Over steaming ginger tea, we enjoy the best meal we will experience in Bali as we look out to distant jungles and misty mountains. Reluctantly we say goodbye to Wayan and her family after what was a memorable and fun experience.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Boy2209 wrote a review Mar 2020
Arnhem, The Netherlands56 contributions9 helpful votes
What a great experience this was!! We we're picked up in front of our hotel and went to the local market. She explained everything, fruits and herbs, even the flowers for the offerings. Answered every question we had. She let us taste a lot of new fruits. Then back to here cooking school in the village. We had the opportunity to make an offering. A beautiful and special moment. Also she explained what she grows in her own garden. My girlfriend can't have unions, so Made made a special mix specially for her and I could use the unions. We made a lot of dishes. She was so funny! We felt so welcome. After cooking we ate it of course. We we're full for the whole day. Highlight of our trip in Bali. Would recommend 110%
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tanya M wrote a review Feb 2020
Werribee, Australia29 contributions8 helpful votes
Indra and her husband Wayan made today wonderfully special for my husband and I. We were picked up at our hotel, given a lovely commentary about what was happening locally this weekend (as there is a festival), taken to the local market and shown the wonders of Indonesian fruits, spices and everything delicious! We then travelled through Indra's home village to her gorgeous cooking class, set amongst rice fields and surrounded by her lovely garden. Before starting the cooking, Indra helped us to make a traditional offering, which we then offered at her family temple (each home in Bali has its own temple within their home/grounds,). The open room is beautifully set up with areas for prep, cooking and eating. It is spotlessly clean with good handwashing facilities. She showed us how to make 8 dishes and 2 delicious sauces/pastes - each one amazing, fresh and delicious! We would highly recommend this class to anyone who wants to learn how to make amazing Indonesian food, with a kind teacher who explains everything, and in a kitchen super clean! Fabulous day and we'll be back for another class next time we are in Bali.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Worldwidediner wrote a review Feb 2020
Queenscliff, Australia792 contributions260 helpful votes
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We flew to Bali for inspiration! 13 restaurants in 4 days and a fantastic cooking class with lili and Insta Great lesson, fun interactive well worth the drive out. A must for food lovers
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Date of experience: February 2020
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