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A must-do in Ubud!

We had such a lovely time at Ketut‘s cooking class! We started out at the local market where he... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
juliaol3
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Hong Kong, China
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Wonderful experience

Mr Ketut teaching with his cheerful tone making the class fun & interesting. We get to eat what we... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
SharonY1039
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The cooking class was amazing! It was fun, educational and all round a great experience to learn how to cook traditional Balinese food! You get to cook each dish and then eat your own dishes again the end! Ketut runs the classes and is super friendly and welcoming. His family is lovely too and they assisted us in our class. I would highly recommend Ketuts Cooking Class for a down to earth and fun loving class! Kiss me Ketut

Date of experience: April 2022
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Started the day early with an interesting market visit where we got to taste and smell different Balinese herbs and spices. Host was very friendly and engaging. Followed by a short drive to the countryside where Ketut’s cooking class was held. Nice and clean, everything was well prepared and organised. Ketut was very engaging throughout and made the whole experience so fun and enjoyable. Loved being able to have a go at the charcoal bbq too, an experience to remember! Highly recommend!

Date of experience: April 2022
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Definitely recommend this cooking class when in Ubud. Ketut and his team were fantastic, it was great learning about the different food and putting it to practice. Ketut is hilarious

Date of experience: April 2022
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Reviewed 14 April 2022 via mobile

A really interessting und fun cookingclass. We enjoyed every minute of it and learn a lot. The food was delicious and the class in general realy good organiced. Thank you for this evening:)

Date of experience: April 2022
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Reviewed 8 November 2021

Such a wonderful experience, I highly recommend it to all!
I went to the cooking class with 2 friends, and we all loved it- we're already planning to see when we can go back again for another round!

We took the morning class, so we started off with a market visit- it was great to see all the different spices and the offerings being prepared for Galungan.

Then we got to the kitchen, and the class was a lot more hands-on than I expected. All the ingredients were portioned out for us, the utensils set out, and everything washed for us, so all we had to do was chop, cook and eat!

We cooked 4 dishes and dessert, tried our hand at traditional grilling with coconut husks, hand-ground spices and peanuts for satay sauce on a volcanic stone mortar, and pounded the traditional spices for the Balinese bumbu or spice paste. Although we did get some help from some of Ketut's family who were clearly more experienced at grinding smooth pastes than us- it's tiring work!

Smelling all the aromas while you cook really makes your mouth water, so it's great to be able to enjoy your own cooking for lunch afterwards. Ketut is a great host and a lot of fun- he makes it seem so easy and enjoyable that we all came out thinking we were great cooks and had a fantastic day too.

Date of experience: November 2021
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