Japanese cooking class (TantanｰRamen, Spring Rolls, and Dim Sum)
|Price||155 Fr. (prices on weekdays)
175 Fr. (prices on weekends)
|Location||From Winterthur train station, take bus no. 1 to 'Töss' and get off at the 'Gaswerk' stop. From there it is a 2-minute walk to my house.
(You will receive detailed instructions about the location once you have registered).
|Voucher||If you would like to book the course as a present (voucher), please write the following in the comment box: 1. name of the voucher recipient and 2. your address. Or you can buy a voucher from here.|
|Things to bring||Box to take home food, apron, camera writing utensils|
|Sign up||Please write your name and email address, then click the button below. It takes 1 min!|
|After sign up||After you complete your booking, a confirmation email will be sent automatically from the server. If the email does not arrive within 30 minutes, please contact us via the contact form.|
|Seats||The courses are run with a maximum of 8 participants.
If you would like to change the course, please contact me by phone or email.
Please make sure to check if there are enough places available before registering. If only 1 is shown in the number of places to be reserved, only one place is available.
|Private course?||About private course.
A private course during the week for 8 people costs 0.8 times the regular course price.
|Pictures||Blogs (Japanese cooking courses)|
|Customer’s opinion||We were lucky: a very small class, so we could ask all the questions that were on our minds. Yoko showed us how to make ramen ourselves and how to prepare the soup to go with it. We had spring rolls and shumai to go with it. We had fun with Yoko and a wonderful meal, I highly recommend it!
from Irena in Zurich
Film : A film of Dimsum at my Japanese cooking class