If you’re hungry to make a deep, cultural connection, something intangible to take home and cherish long after your vacation is over, and explore Spanish cuisine, this is the food tour for you!
Explore Spanish and Andalusian cuisine through our Seville cooking class in a local food market, away from the touristy areas and crowds. Learn from our passionate chef about not only Spanish food, but the culture as well. This is the best tour for those who want to try something hands-on and adventurous!
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60€ Adult / 35€ children -14 yo (21% Spanish VAT included)
Triana Food Market, stalls 75-77. Plaza del Altozano
Morning / Midday
Full meal: 2 Starters + Paella + Dessert + Drinks
From Monday to Saturday
December 24th, 25th, 31st and January 1st
In this Spanish cooking class & market tour we want to give you an amazing experience where you will be able to discover some of the greatest local products in what is probably the most authentic market in the city where the locals go. After that informative visit, you will put on your kitchen apron and learn how to cook some of the most representative local dishes, along with the crown jewel, our stunning paella.
This Cooking Class Seville experience goes far beyond a visit: in this adventure you will learn what it is like to shop, cook and eat like a local with a market visit and fun cooking class, guided by a passionate chef.
During lunch, your host will share stories about each of the dishes to help illustrate various aspects of Andalusian culture: a bit of history, a touch of sociology, tongue-in-cheek humor, and quite a bit of gastronomy, as one might expect in this Seville Cooking Class.
We couldn’t agree more that if you’re looking for Spanish cooking classes taught in English by professional chefs, you’ve come to the right place. The Cooking Class Seville consists of a visit to a vibrant, local market followed by cooking a menu of 4 dishes, over a total of 3 hours.
This is the menu we are going to cook together:
• A cold soup: salmorejo, gazpacho or ajoblanco, etc.
• A first course: spinach with chickpeas, Spanish potato omelette or codfish fritters
• A main course: Paella Valenciana
• A light dessert that we will keep secret!
You will learn to recognize the best vegetables, meat, fish, and fruit in our Cooking Class Seville to buy in order to prepare a mouth-watering meal.
No experience is required to access our Seville Cooking Class, so you can get on board no matter if it is your first time in the kitchen or if you’re already an experienced cook. You’re going to love developing new skills and techniques while learning about local dishes.
This three-hour cooking class is a fully immersive culinary adventure where we strive to provide the highest-quality experience by sourcing our goods from local producers in order to help preserve and share Spanish culture and tradition.
• Learn about Spanish cuisine in a fun and unique way with our professional chef during our Cooking Class in Seville
• Get to recognize and buy the best ingredients in a real local Spanish market
• Build and cook a menu with a pro
• Useful tips will be provided in order for you to use them on a daily basis once you’re back home
• Have a great time with a group of travelers in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, in which you will leave with a full and happy belly
• Please note: You will be cooking in a small group so that everyone can interact with the chef during our Seville cooking class
• Food Lover Tour requires a full online payment in order to complete the booking.
What a wonderful way to get to know Spain and its food! We did the 'Market' tour, and it was completely fantastic. Our guide took us through a very local (no other tourists!) marketplace brimming with jamon & cheese, fresh cherries, gorgeous cookies, amazing seafood & wine, and divine tapas!
We make a point of taking a food tour in every city we visit so we've developed very high expectations. Our guide met and exceeded our expectations. The market tour gave us lots of good info about local cuisine and lots to eat and drink as well. It was a casual, friendly walk through a fabulous market. It even pushed me to try things I've never tried.
The food we tried was some of the best I've ever tasted. Jamon Iberico, seafood, olives, red wine... all amazing. As we walked to the dessert shop our guide described some history and architecture of local neighborhoods and then we sampled some of the best desserts I've ever tasted. This tour was an amazing way to experience Spain.