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Pasta Cooking Class Experience in Rome

Highlights
  • Your class includes a four-course meal with Prosecco and wine
  • Learn cooking traditions and tips from locals
  • Cook with a private chef and interpreter 
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Pasta Cooking Class Experience in Rome
From US$70.26
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10.30 AM Pasta Making
10.30 AM Pasta Making and Lunch
US$70.26
4 PM Pasta Making
4 PM Pasta Making and Dinner
US$70.26
5 PM Pasta Making
5 PM Pasta Making and Dinner
US$70.26
Overview
Travelers to Rome often want to find authentic meals and off the beaten track restaurants, but it can be a challenge to get outside the tourist circuit. Skip it altogether by cooking like the Romans with a private pasta-making class followed by a four-course meal with Prosecco and wine. It’s a great introduction to Rome’s culinary traditions.
What to Expect
Your pasta-making class begins with the dough, and then moves to explore many kinds of cuts of pasta, including tagliolini, tagliatelle, pappardelle, fettucini, and the appropriately-named maltagliati—“badly cut.”

Each participant has a single station to work from, with a wood board, apron, and a rolling pin. Your chef/teacher gives theoretical and practical lessons on the working and cutting of the dough.

Once the dough has been made and the pasta dishes are ready, sit down to a four-course meal with treats like bruschetta, prosciutto-wrapped veal, seasonal vegetables, and tiramisu paired with Prosecco and a glass of wine.

Once the class is complete, you are steps from central Rome and top attractions, in an ideal position for an after-meal stroll.
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1 - 5 of 19 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
Beautiful experience

Class was extremely wonderful. Our Chef was very knowledgeable and eager for us to make the very best pasta with love and perfection. She was encouraging and when necessary asked permission to assist individuals. Loved the experience! Had our pasta for part of our dinner...More

Thank JudyStan
Caterina O, Proprietario at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Hello Dear Judy! Thank you for your beautiful review! Please check the error of the number of stars that you give us, I think there is an error ;) grazie !

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Making money and not pasta appeared to be the objective.

We were very excited to attend this class after spending a considerable amount of time researching pasta classes in Rome. Unfortunately this class did not deliver for these several reasons which I have listed below. 1. Class size was large with over 45 people. 2....More

Thank GroovyKiwi
Caterina O, Direttore at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Good evening, thank you for your review. I should clarify that we have never had a class of 45 people as you wrote. Maybe it has been a typing error.. Our chefs are always apreciated by our clients, as you can see in all other...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nothing like what we expected...

We were excited to book this pasta cooking class. Based on the description and reviews that we read, we were expecting something quite a bit different from what was delivered. The first issue was the size of the class. There were 48 people in this...More

1  Thank Mike M
Caterina O, Proprietario at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Good evening, thank you for your review… we want to make it clear that we have never had a class of 48 people as described in your review. Maybe you did a mistake in typing the number... in any case, the preparation of Pasta is...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Too many people, not enough time, and poorly organized

We signed up for the 5:00 pasta class, arrived at 4:45 and there was already a pizza class going on. The host said they were running late, and they needed 15-20 minutes to finish up. I realized that this is a working restaurant so while...More

Thank williamdieter
Caterina O, Direttore at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear William, Thank you for your long and detailed review, we are always looking for tips, both coming from beautiful experiences and from negative ones, especially from the negatives so that we can learn from our mistakes and get rich our business more and more....More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Best Lunch in Rome! (And I helped make it!)

I was devastated when I realized that the timing of the train meant that we would be late--but it was all fine in the end! We got caught up pretty quickly and had a wonderful time. I haven't tried making pasta yet since coming home,...More

Thank Julia J
Caterina O, Proprietario at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Dear Julia, It's a pleasure to read your words, thanks a lot! You absolutely have to exercise and make pasta by your self for your friends! I'm sure it will be a succes! We hope to see you in Rome again soon! Kindly, Eat&WalkItaly Staff

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Response from LovetoTravel008 | Reviewed this property |
Our 4 on class was finished by 6 pm. You can leave earlier if you need to. You start with learning how to make the pasta. Once you make your own pasta noodles and choose your sauce, you sit at a table (my husband and I had... More
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