Indian Vegetarian Cookery Class For One, Two or Four from £34 at Mela (Up to 62% Off)
- Contemporary Indian restaurant
- Range of cooking classes for various skill levels
- Locations at Redhill rail station and on Shaftesbury Avenue
- Three-hour Indian cookery class
- Subjects include gluten-free nut-free and dairy-free cooking
- Make a three-course meal to eat in restaurant or take home
- Experienced Indian chef
- Held at Redhill and Shaftsbury Avenue locations
Limit 1, 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 72-hour cancellation policy. One amendment to each booking is permitted, further changes incur £10 surcharge. Classes held Wed 6pm-9pm, Sat and Sun 3pm-6pm. Must be 16 or older. Mela reserve the right to cancel classes if too few students are attending. Dishes are subject to change. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 5 July 2012 at 2.41pm.
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There’s no use crying over spilt milk, unless it’s taking all the kick out of your curry. Get heat levels rights with today's Groupon for an Indian vegetarian cookery class from Mela. Choose from the following options:• £34 for one person (60% off)
• £65 for two people (62% off)
• £130 for four people (62% off)
Taking to the culinary stage of London’s Shaftesbury Avenue and Surrey’s Redhill, Mela has been telling the story of the sub-continent with new flavour combinations, classic cooking techniques, and a dash of imagination for the last decade. Keen to impart its culinary expertise, the restaurant also runs cookery classes to suit all abilities from amateur cooks to professional kitchen-whizzes. This Indian establishment sets the scene with polished wooden furnishings and traditional wall art, as it serves up crispy, golden-hued samosas and tender strips of tandoori chicken, all accompanied by mounds of rice and the warm folds of naan bread.
Inquisitive individuals, pairs, or fours can embark upon an informative journey across the Indian subcontinent in a three-hour cookery lesson taught by experienced chefs. Culinary students will get stuck in, learning how to create dishes such as Indian potato cake aloo tikki stuffed with spiced green peas, a popular street food snack, along with a mint and coriander dip. Following a foray into light bites, students will prepare three dishes including the likes of paneer mutter, chick peas cooked pindi style, and mushroom hara pyaz. Topics covered by the course include gluten-free, nut-free, and dairy-free cooking, and proud chefs can enjoy their creations in the restaurant or takeaway style from home.