Indian Cookery Class For One (£35) or Two (£64) at Prince Indian Brasserie (Up to 64% Off)
- Restaurant serves a wide range of authentic Indian cuisine
- Award-winning restaurant
- Central Southampton location
- Two hour Indian cookery course
- Taught by experienced head chef, Abdul Monnan
- Practical work experience and tips in a commercial kitchen
- All ingredients included
- Take home what you make
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Max 8 people per class. Weekday and weekend classes available, class times and dates subject to demand and availability. Valid on option purchased only.
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Too many cooks spoil the broth, leading to arrogant soups lamenting on their lack of birthday presents. Avoid over-coddling meals with today’s Groupon from Prince Indian Brasserie. Choose from the following options:• £35 for an Indian cookery class for one (61% Off)
• £64 for an Indian cookery class for two (64% Off)
A connoisseur of the culinary arts, head chef Abdul Monnan resides in the regal halls of Prince Indian Brasserie where he dishes up a wide range of authentic Indian cuisine. Abdul was involved in the opening of many local Indian restaurants before focussing his attention on creating dishes rarely found elsewhere, including whole lobster cooked in special spices. When not experimenting with edibles, Abdul shares his spice expertise with budding balti blenders across Southampton.
The two hour course includes a 30 minute introduction before students get to work in a professional kitchen. All ingredients are supplied as the session aims to instil gastronomic go-getrers with the skills to whip up exotic dishes from across India. Should tummies rumble with hunger, participants can take home their pride-filled creations at the end of the class.
While still waiting for widespread review, Prince Indian Brasserie has received a very positive write up from the Southern Daily Echo, and a tasty 4/5 from Touch Southampton users. Though the cookery courses are yet to be commented on, visitors have complimented the restaurant’s cuisine and friendly staff.
Love this place, won't go anywhere else now. Whether takeaway or eat-in, food is consistently great. I am remembered when I phone or visit, making the service feel very personal.
– Lisa Sim, Touch Southampton, Feb 2012
Beside a good range of curries, from baltis to vindaloos, attentive service is always on the menu at Prince Indian Brasserie. Staff at the restaurant in London Road, Southampton, are always very polite and friendly from the moment you walk in the door.
– Sally Churchwood, Southern Daily Echo, Nov 2011