As the world's largest archipelago with more than 17,000 islands and more than 300 distinct ethnic groups, Indonesia has been blessed with rich
culinary diversity. Stretched along the equator line and surrounded by the volcanic mountains that contributes to the fertility of the soil, Indonesia is indeed blessed with its wide variety of
beautiful Indonesia spices spread through the region.
Let’s take a trip to paradise island “Bali”. At the base of any great Balinese dish is a good Basa Gede, or "Bumbu Bali".
Translated literally, "Basa" means spice and “Gede” means big. That’s exactly what it does- adds big flavours. Spices are the key to these various delicious, exotic, and tasty cuisines that
would enhance our eating experience to a whole new level.
At BALI cook & dine, you'll learn about the essential ingredients to use in Indonesian cooking and how to use the right spices and bring out
the best flavours.
Sample menu includes Balinese “Satay Lilit” (traditional satay on lemongrass skewers, Balinese Urab (cooked vegetable and coconut salad),
Indonesian Mie Goreng (traditional fried noodles), and one surprise recipe with Tempeh (Indonesia’s fermented superfood).
We will enjoy our dinner together, share your stories about Indonesia (if you have been to), or get all the tips you want to hear from the
local (for your next trip to Bali or other islands in Indonesia).
Our hands-on cooking class is designed for all skill levels of cooking enthusiast. Enjoy your welcome drink with tasty appetizers and a relaxing
evening cooking with people who share your passion for good food, fun, and cultural experience.
The broad and diverse cultures of South-East Asia have some of the most exciting cuisines, full of diverse ingredients, spices, and flavors. Thai
cuisine offers rich and spicy curries. Vietnamese food is all about balancing hot, sour, salty, and sweet with the freshest ingredients. Ayu, our South-East Asian cooking instructor shares her
culture and regional cuisines, her stories and recipes, her tips, and tricks. Let us introduce you the exotic ingredients of Asian cuisine and guide you step by step to cook authentic
Our hands-on South East Asian cooking class is designed for all skill levels of cooking enthusiast. Enjoy your welcome drink with variety of
appetizers and a relaxing evening cooking with people who share your passion for good food, fun, and cultural experience.
We will prepare together these 4 dishes for our dinner:
1. Tom Kha Gai (Thai coconut milk soup - aromatic, flavorful & so comforting on cold days) 2. Vietnamese Spring Rolls 3. Pad Thai (authentic, Thai-style fried noodles) 4. Indonesian Chicken Satay with peanut sauce (vegan: tempeh satay)
Refreshing dessert will be served at the end of your dinner.