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The experience consists of a 3 hour hands-on Paella cooking class and the meal. First step a Spanish drink called Sangria. We will learn how to create a delicious Sangria you can make at home. Next a Crema Catalana. We will learn its secrets to make...more
Hours Today: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Carrer de la Llibertat, 33 | Local 1, 08012 Barcelona, Spain
My girlfriend and I loved it, from all the history behind making, sharing, and eating Paella, to the super tasty flavor of the it, we would strongly recommend it, for those looking for a more "local" feeling experience.
I had an amazing time cooking and eating with chef Eladi. We cooked paella, Catalan cream and sangria in the traditional way. I had a great time and learned a lot! I also got a lot of good practice drinking wine from the porron.
I loved the experience that Sergio gave us, for he told us about the history. He informed us to always cook with love and make it our own to make a wonderful dish. I loved the paella and the experience was wonderful. I recommend everyone...More
Hi guys! I would recommend this activity for you to communicate with a nice Spanish man Alan and to become a part of a warm and pleasant cooking process. Paella,crema Catalana and sangria taste fantastic. Great experience in Barcelona foody part. Thank you Alan.
Me and my boyfriend went there on our vacation. We found it on AirBnB, and it was a great experience! Eladi was an awesome host, we met a lot of different people on the class and everyone was so nice. If you want to experience...More
Really enjoyed this paella cooking class experience. Eladi was great instructor and made paella actually seem doable for me. The end result was absolutely amazing. We also made (and drank) sangria and a dessert. Very enjoyable evening.
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