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Pasta Cooking Class Experience in Rome

  • Your Rome cooking class includes a 4-course meal with prosecco and wine
  • Learn cooking traditions and tips from locals
  • Cook with a private chef and interpreter
Pasta Cooking Class Experience in Rome
From US$68.56
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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 4-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 pasta shapes, including tagliolini, tagliatelle, pappardelle, fettuccine, and the appropriately named maltagliati or “badly cut.”

Each participant has a single station to work from, with a wooden 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 4-course meal with treats, such as 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 its top attractions, in an ideal position for an after-meal stroll.
Reviews (77)
1 - 5 of 49 reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago
Informative and fun :)

Katarina led us through what ended up being a private class. She was very friendly and "hands on", teaching us technique and jumping in to help when needed. We definitely left feeling empowered to go back home and make our own pasta! The meal that...More

1  Thank Sara H
Reviewed 1 week ago

This by far was one of the highlights to our experience in Rome. My Fiancee and I took this class the morning of Sunday October 22nd 2018. We arrived a bit late but just in time to get started on our pasta lesson. Our instructor...More

1  Thank Serena M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun Class

Fun experience. Changed locations after booking. Start up was a little confusing. The instruction was good.

Thank Randall W
CaterinaO908, Proprietario at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Randall, Thanks for your feedback, we are always keen to improve! See you soon in Rome! Thanks for choosing us, eat and walk Italy

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
So fun!

Matteo was fantastic. It was such a fun thing to do together. It was a private class which was unexpected! Not only was the class super fun, the food was delicious. We can’t wait to go back and teach our families how to make pasta!

Thank 15whitneyk
CaterinaO908, Proprietario at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Whitney, Thanks for your five stars review. We are glad you had such good time. Enjoy our recipe with family and friends. Thanks for choosing us, Eat and walk Italy

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great Experience!

We had such a great time at this cooking class! It ended up being just the two of us and the chef so it was basically a private lesson. The chef was so helpful and patient. He has a lot of experience to share. We...More

Thank jblank7
CaterinaO908, Proprietario at Eat and Walk Italy, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi there! We are so happy you enjoyed our experience in Rome. Life is too short to eat bad food! ..and to not enjoy wine! Thanks for choosing us, See you soon in Rome, Eat and walk italy

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Response from dolfan1227 | Reviewed this property |
No but that would be a great keepsake.