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Thai Cooking School

You won't know until you Thai

Published on October 12th 2011.

Thai Cooking School

LEARN how to make traditional Thai starter dishes like phad thai, salads such as yum sim and som tum and a variety of sauces. Lessons can be arranged for specific dishes on individual requests.

Thai-born, W13-based teacher, Sue, lectures in the cooking of her homeland at nearby Thames Valley University. In 2006, she was commended for services to her country by none other than the King of Thailand. 

Beyond the modest exterior of Sue's shop is an Aladdin’s cave of Thai ingredients, and a small teaching kitchen. After you're finished you can dig into the results of your class, made with fantastically fresh ingredients, and leave with the recipe sheets to recreate your easy and ludicrously tasty dishes at home.

A one-dish course is £20 per person and teaches you how to make a dish from a choice of about 20 recipes in a group of three, but can be one-to-one, in about an hour.

A one-day course is £60 per person and allows you to choose three dishes to learn in three hours with the same format.

Thai Cooking School, 93 Northfield Ave, W13 9QR

020 8810 0500

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L'atelier des Chefs: Cook and Dine
A great way to have fun, whilst learning new recipes and great tips, which are certain to improve your culinary repertoire in an impressive 90 minutes flat.


A Michelin-starred chef will take you through each recipe thoroughly to ensure you are able to create some mouth-watering masterpieces. Held in a bright and spacious professional kitchen, your teacher will share expert tips and tricks of the trade along the way.

Once you've acquired some new skills and cooked your mouth-watering meal you will eat what you have cooked up in the dining room with a complementary half bottle of wine.

Included in the course price is a L'atelier des Chefs apron and you will be sent all of the recipes by email so you won't have a problem putting your new skills into practice for friends and family when you get home.



L'Atelier des Chefs, 19 Wigmore St, W1U 1PH

020 7499 6580




Leiths: Sushi and Simple Japanese Cooking
Bring your oriental side to life with this course to learn some great sushi and Japanese dishes with Silla Bijerrum, the founder of Feng Sushi.

As well as learning to perfect the art of Maki (rolled sushi), this course will teach you to create a selection of simple, but tasty dishes , such as Japanese bean salad with miso dressing, salmon tataki with ginger dipping sauce and tiger prawn maki with mizune and yuzu tobiko.

A combination of demonstration and hands-on cooking finished off with sitting down and tucking in to your fresh and fine delicacies with a cool glass of Japanese beer. 

Thurs: 10:15am – 3pm


16 – 20 Wendell Road, W12 9RT




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