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Cooking Class Session

Morning Class start from 10 or 11 AM

Afternoon Class start from 2 or 3 PM

We offer 2 different menus, suitable for any budget and all experience levels. Our fun and relaxed classes are conducted by English-speaking local chefs and are focused on traditional Indonesian cuisine using fresh, local produce.

01 —

Balinese and Indonesian Menu

  • Uraban (vegetable based salad with shredded coconut dressing, healthy and tasty.
  • Sweet Tempe (is a traditional Indonesian soy product, which is made from fermented soybeans with spices and sugar palms)
  • Pepes Fish (Pepes is an Indonesian cooking method using banana leaf as food wrappings.)
  • Chicken Betutu (Chicken with Complete Balinese Spices)
  • Rendang, Rendang is the most famous Indonesian food around the world, originating from Minangkabau, West Sumatra, the meat taste rich and delicious
  • Gado-gado (Mixed Vegetable with Peanut Sauce)
  • Lumpia Semarang, Spring roll
  • Fish, chicken, pork and beef satay (skewered and grilled meat, served with a sauce.)
  • Soto Ayam (yellow spicy chicken soup)
  • Yellow Rice (an Indonesian fragrant rice dish cooked with coconut milk and turmeric)
  • Fried Rice (SeheBali fried rice)
  • Fried Noodles (ried Noodle, home made)
  • Syomai (an Indonesian steamed fish dumpling with vegetables served in peanut sauce or Sweet & Sour sauce)
  • Spring rolls (Spring Roll) and others
02 —

Dessert Menu

  1. Banana Pancake
  2. Kolak (Banana with Kolang Kaling (glibbertjes : Dutch) cooked with Palm Sugar and Coconut milk
  3. Klepon (North Bali Cake made from Sticky rice colored with Pandan leaf and palm sugar)
  4. Sumping (Banana or others wrapped in Banana leaf with coconut)
  5. Abok (Sticky rice with grated coconut and palm sugar) and others
  6. Dadar Gulung (Indonesian dessert crêpe made from flour with Pandan leaf, Suji leaf and filled with grated coconut)
  7. Bubur Sumsum (Made from rice flour colored with Pandan leaf, Suji leaf in coconut milk and served with palm sugar)
All of the menu above is a description in general, of course many more,  we will choose what dishes we provide with consideration of the freshness of the ingredients we will use, because freshness is a main factor in the quality of a food.
Maybe there is a question about Soup as an entrée, why isn't there, yeah Balinese food doesn't recognize Soup as an entrée but as a complementary food. Every event we always present our select one kind of Soup.
Each cooking session, we provide 6 kinds of dishes including 1 dessert.
I would be pleased to explain anything about cooking and the ingredients before you decide to join us. You can contact us via: Whatsapp, Instagram, Email.