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Canting Bali Cooking Class

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Canting Bali Cooking Class

469 Reviews
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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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OzGazman wrote a review Mar 2020
Brisbane, Australia52 contributions24 helpful votes
What great way to learn a bit about the local cuisine and culture. We started with a market tour learning about the local ingredients. Then were driven to a Rice field to understand the importance of Rice as a food stable and how rice is grown and harvested. A group of 11 people in the class each had our own workstation for the preparation. Then we shared cooking duties 6 at a time for each dish. There were plenty of support staff to assist if needed and then clean up after us. When everything was cooked, we sat down to enjoy a delicious feast of local Bali cuisine. Highly recommend this cooking class.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Liliana S wrote a review Feb 2020
South Fremantle, Australia14 contributions2 helpful votes
My sister and I did this on 21st Feb and had a wonderful experience. Our driver/market guide was lovely and all staff at the class were also so helpful and friendly. The location was open air type and beautifully set among the fields. We prepared some beautiful dishes and best part was eating this feast. It was great value and I would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Bali that has a love of food.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Jen T wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Washington53 contributions31 helpful votes
Husband and I had a really fun time with these folks. We had a few days without anything planned in Ubud so decided to pick a local cooking class and this one didn't disappoint. We did the 8am pick up time so got to visit the market and learn about new foods we've never seen before. Very friendly staff drove us back to the cooking area after a bit and we had a refreshing drink while they got ready for us. We started with some discussion and hygiene and then started at our work stations. They were able to accommodate for vegetarians and a couple of us that are gluten free, as well. This was definitely a hands on experience but not anything to complicated. We were guided through each step with a few laughs in between. It was neat to get to know the other couples involved and ask questions about the local cuisine and traditions. Best part of all was the sampling in between steps and then getting to dive into the meal at the end. Would absolutely recommend this to anyone with a free morning or afternoon. Very authentic and easy enough for anyone.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Péter V wrote a review Dec 2019
Pecel, Hungary20 contributions1 helpful vote
These guys are very friendly and have a good command of English. The place is amazingly quiet and peaceful, it has a nice spirit. The recepies are easy to understand, yet very tasty. Come with an empty stomach and open heart :)
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Date of experience: December 2019
Michw8 wrote a review Dec 2019
Sydney, Australia47 contributions15 helpful votes
I had a wonderful day out on this class with my mum and sister. Pick up from the hotel was about 30 min late but that's Bali time! The class takes place in an outdoor kitchen next to rice paddies. We had about 10 people in the class -it is very hands on, instructions are very clear and staff provide helpful hints on substitute ingredients for cooking back home. The menu was tasty and there was a wide variety of dishes- the pandan coconut pancakes were a standout and will be sure to impress back home. You get a recipe book to take home too.
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Date of experience: October 2019