Indian Cookery Class and Two Course Meal With Drink For One (£24) or Two (£42) at The Spice Trade (Up to 74% Off)
- Founded by Anita Sharma-James, as featured on the BBC Good Food Show
- Catering service available
- Corporate team-building and individual cookery school
- Classes set in the renowned Rajdoot Restaurant
- Demonstration and hands on based instruction
- Two course Indian meal
Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Classes held select Mon and Tues, 7pm-9.30pm. Classes subject to minimum number of participants. Max. 30 people per class. Must be 16 or older with valid ID. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult who will need to purchase a voucher. Must be aged 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Valid on option purchased only.
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Giving dinner-party guests the cold shoulder can result in awkward silences, because most people would expect their meat to have at least been heated up. Turn up the temperature with today's Groupon from The Spice Trade. Choose from the following options:• £24 for an Indian cookery class and two course meal with drink for one (70% Off)
• £42 for an Indian cookery class and two course meal with drink for two (74% Off)
Founded by Anita Sharma-James, an author and Indian cuisine connoisseur featured on the BBC Good Food Show, The Spice Trade imparts sizzling secrets to budding cooks and amateurs alike. Whether looking for tasty corporate team-building exercises, or a chilli-infused cookery lesson to bolster Balti skills, fun and flavour are dished up in equal measure. Catering services are also on-hand to add a fiery edge to special occasions.
Curious curry-philes will watch a chef skilled in the art of preparing authentic Indian cuisine imparting handy tips and family secrets from the kitchens of the Rajdoot Restaurant. With demos showcasing the preparation of a number of authentic dishes, and hands on training, participants can absorb some delicious spice combinations and learn how to serve up exotic fayre from home. With rich scents piquing appetites, hungry learners can feast on more than just knowledge with two hearty courses of freshly prepared delicacies washed down with a drink of choice to toast the occasion.