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Traditional Polish Cooking Class in Warsaw

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    What to Expect
    Arrive at the airy studio on Wednesday or Saturday at 10:30 AM or on Friday at 6 PM - it’s not far from Ratusz Arsenal metro station - and meet the chef who will be teaching you today. Begin with a tempting buffet of traditional Polish meats, cheeses, and breads – all of them locally made and organic – as your teacher explains the basic history of Polish cuisine.
    Next, settle into your work station and learn to prepare traditional Polish dishes: you'll make two different types of pierogi as well as another classic dish such as buckwheat pancakes with salmon or white sausage. After this, feast on the dishes you've cooked, washed down with complimentary soft drinks, followed by a dessert your chef has prepared in advance.
    Should you wish, an optional vodka tasting is available for 49 PLN. Over the course of this class, the chef will tell you the history of Polish vodka, explain how it is produced, and provide you with 7-8 shots of traditional Polish vodkas, including potato vodka, rye vodka, Zubrowka bison grass vodka, Krupnik herb vodka, and vodkas flavored with quince, cherry, hazelnut, and caramel.
    The course takes around 4 hours. You'll leave with a book of recipes, a certificate of participation, a small gift, and a welter of culinary facts and trivia.
    There are vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, lactose free menus available. Please make sure to inform the local service provider about them at least one week prior to the class. Be prepared that in case of allergies you might prepare a different dish than the rest of the group. 
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    Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

    Me and my wife have been to several cooking classes arou d the world, and this top notch. Not only was the staff great and very proficient in English, the food and drinks were quite amazing as well. The cooking stations are nicely equipped, and...More

    Thank Roam59334688906
    Reviewed 30 June 2019

    We just went to this cooking class in Warsaw with a couple of friends and had a fantastic time. The chef/host (Magda) made the whole day a lot of fun. The day is designed cleverly so you get to know the other people in the...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    Thank Navigator724544
    Reviewed 23 May 2019 via mobile

    I booked the class as a surprise gift to my boyfriend for his birthday. As a cook himself, he loved it. And I am the lucky one who will soon be trying his recently acquired skills as the newest talented polish pierogi cook! Our teacher...More

    Date of experience: May 2019
    Thank LuPiras
    Reviewed 12 May 2019

    I took a group of 15-16 year olds for the traditional Polish cooking class this week, as part of a school educational trip. We had such fun!! On arrival there was a fantastic spread for us to enjoy, including cold meats, cheese, breads, fruit etc.......More

    Date of experience: May 2019
    Thank smas100
    Reviewed 12 April 2019 via mobile

    I enjoyed Magda and her enthusiasm, she was great. I only wished we spent more time cooking and learning about Polish food. We made pancakes with apples...not too exciting, and nothing particularly interesting about pancakes. We also made perogies, which was informative and fun. I...More

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    12 February 2019|
    Response from mniness | Reviewed this property |
    The bus will probably take too long, unless you catch it at just the right time. With just backpacks, a taxi will take you right there if you hurry! You can always tell them you will be a running a bit late.
    20 May 2018|
    Response from candyland2016 | Reviewed this property |
    Yes! Excellent English!
    7 May 2018|
    Response from candyland2016 | Reviewed this property |
    Just check the web site. If you don't like vodka, they have Polish beer too.
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