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Pramila Chaturvedi

5.0

Me and my friends did cooking class in Nepal cooking school .it was so fun we are vdry happy with teachers and school very clean.Market visit was nice ...

Overview

About the Activity:

- This activity aids people to learn to cook Nepalese cuisine.

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Participants also learn about traditional cooking techniques and the use of right spices.

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Trained professionals from the industry lead and instruct this Kathmandu Cooking Class.

- This authentic cooking course is conducted in two sessions- Morning 9 AM and Afternoon 1:30 PM.

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The class will cover a five-course meal training in Nepali or Newari food.

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One gets to go to the local market to shop for fresh ingredients as an inclusion with this package.

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A rickshaw ride is arranged to take partakers from the market to the cooking school.

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Items taught in this Cooking Course Kathmandu include home-cooked meals from authentic Nepali homes.

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Some of the recipes taught in this session are Dalbhath, Curry meat or fish, momos, a Nepali version of gyozas, Sel roti.

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It is a great opportunity to learn some Nepali words and sentences while cooking.

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Participants can taste the food along with other classmates at the end of the session.

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The entire profit from this cooking course is directed to “Journey Nepal” which is a social welfare organisation.

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The course is conducted in the English Language for a duration of four hours.

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Cost of ingredients and equipment is included in the package cost.

About Nepali Food

Nepali food appeals to people from the world since it is an overpowering blend of vegetarian 
and non-vegetarian food. Nepali cuisine is an amalgamation of Indian, Chinese and Tibetan heritage and culture.

A visit to Nepal and you will know that people mostly rely on dalbhat for at least one of their 
meals. Most of their recipes are healthy and are infused with a lot of flavour and warmth. You can get a first-hand experience at savouring some of the famous food items from Nepal in the Kathamandu cooking class.

Apart from the widely-known momos, Nepal food has a lot of delicacies to offer that contain 
Pulao, Sel Roti, Thupka, Gorkhali Lamb, and Dhindo to name a few.

Morning Session


- 9:00am meet up at cooking class, local market visit
- 10:00am cooking class commences
- 12:00pm-1:00pm taste your own creations

Afternoon Session

- 1:30pm meet up at cooking class, local market visit
- 2:30pm cooking class commences
- 4:30pm-5:30pm taste your own creations

Meet up Details:

- Meet Up Time: 9:00am (Morning Class) / 1:30pm (Afternoon Class)
- Meet Up Location: In the heart of Thamel just behind Kathmandu Guest House, 5 doors down from Electric Pagoda cafe in Saat Ghumti Marg, Thamel.
- Address: Second Floor Saat Ghumti Marg, Thamel, Kathmandu

Activity

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  • Cooking Class

Other Inclusions

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  • All equipments and ingredients
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  • Local market visit
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  • English-speaking instructor
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  • Hotel transfers by rickshaw (Optional)

Things To Carry

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  • Notepad
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  • Pen

Advisory

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  • It is recommended to carry a notepad and pen to take down notes and recipes.
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  • Participant must mention all allergic and dietary specifications during payment checkout so that organisers can take care of the same.
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  • Transfer from hotel to the meeting point and hotel drop is available at an extra cost.

Tour Type

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  • This is a group tour

Cancellation Policy

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  • If cancellations are made 15 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
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  • If cancellations are made 7-15 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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  • If cancellations are made within 0-7 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.

Refund Policy

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  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days

Confirmation Policy

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  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking
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  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
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  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking and a full refund will be processed.

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    Story by Pramila Chaturvedi

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    Me and my friends did cooking class in Nepal cooking school .it was so fun we are vdry happy with teachers and school very clean.Market visit was nice . Relly great experience highly recommend this place.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. Which language is used by Instructor?

      Even though the cooking class teaches Nepali cuisine, the instructors conduct these classes in English language only. Even so, the participant gets the opportunity to learn some phrases in the Nepali language along with the names of delicacies & spices.

    2. Is there any extra cost of the local market visit in the package?

      No, the cost of the visit to the local market, and the cost of the ingredients to buy there are all included in the cost of the package. In fact, the cost for the commutation via a rickshaw ride to the local market from the cooking college and back is also borne by the organiser.

    3. What is the duration of this cooking class?

      The duration of the cooking course Kathmandu is four hours. One can choose from two sessions- morning or afternoon. The morning session commences at 09.00am and concludes at 01.00pm. The afternoon session begins at 01.30pm and ends at 05.30pm.

    4. Can we prepare the food of our choice?

      The Kathmandu cooking class is a well-planned cooking course which is designed to teach enrollees a five-course Nepali meal. One learns to cook authentic and traditional Nepali dishes that are excellent mementoes to take back in the form of recipes. These items are sourced from the kitchens of almost every household in Nepal to allow members of the course to take a peek into the life of a Nepali’s daily food life.

      You will learn to make Dalbhat, a mix of rice and lentils cooked and served together, Curry meat or fish along with various other spices, momos, a local version of Japanese Gyozas and finally Sel Roti, a sweet bread as a dessert that concludes this session. If you are allergic to any of the above items, or some food items in particular, then you must leave a note while checking out during the payment process.

    5. Is pick up facility available from the hotel to cooking class location?

      Pick up and drop facility from the hotel to the cooking class and vice versa is not included in the package. One can avail a hotel transfer to the class location at additional charges.

      The cost for the same is USD3 which includes a one-way cost from either of the destinations for one person. Therefore, the round-trip transfer charge is USD6 per person.

    6. How to redeem a voucher?

      The process for redeeming a voucher for a cooking course in Kathmandu is simple. There are two options to do the same; either you can carry a print of your e-voucher, or you may present a mobile voucher which confirms you as a participant.

      The date of this course and the time (morning session or afternoon session) is decided during booking online. Therefore, these cannot vary. You have to redeem this voucher on the date and time mentioned on it. In cases where you have booked the rikshaw transfer cost from the hotel, then the operator will get in touch with you well in advance to settle the pick-up timings. Such participants should wait at the hotel’s lobby at least ten minutes before the scheduled time mentioned by the operator.

    7. What is unique about Nepali food?

      One of the unique factors about Nepali food is that it borrows its tastes from three other countries- India, China and Tibet which then forms unique food with a Nepali twist. While you can learn a lot about this in the Kathmandu cooking class , you will realise that a lot of the flavours come from Indian spices.

      This impeccable blend of Nepali food can be attributed to the import and export facilities in the yesteryears from neighbouring nations, which led to a while new Nepali cuisine. It sets itself apart from India, and it's food types because the cooking methods are much simpler, and unique. The vegetables used to cook some delicacies are all chopped and stir-fried. They replace the use of cream with another sauce which they find is a healthier substitute.

      They are not a fan of bread like roti and prefer eating rice twice a day with cooked lentils called dal. Unless a Nepali is cooking a dessert, they do not use a sweetener or sugar for any other food item which might not be the case in Indian, Thai and Chinese cuisines.

    8. Which food is famous in Nepal?

      Even though there several food items that originate from Nepal, it is most famous for the very authentic combination of dal-bhath-tarkari, which is rice, cooked lentils and a cooked vegetable. This is a favourite amongst most Nepali households who prefer to have this at least during one meal of their day.

       Another food which finds its fame from Nepal is momos, which is now cooked by people over the world. Even though momos is now sold in a number of varieties across the globe, these authentic dumplings are filled with cooked vegetables or meat.

    9. What are the necessary things I need to carry to the cooking class?

      One should carry a notebook and pen to the cooking class to take down notes and recipes in a manner that is understandable to you. Apart from that, one needn’t carry anything to this cooking course Kathmandu since the ingredients, and the organiser provides the equipment required for this class.

    10. Is Nepalese food good for health?

      Nepali food is much healthier in comparison to most other South-Asian cuisines since their recipes do not require a lot of fat. Their food involves a lot of vegetables, lentils, lean meat, salads and pickles. The consumption of Yoghurt is in abundance in Nepal, and it is one of the healthiest items that they consume daily. Momos are yet another healthy dish since it is steamed, and not fried. Some variants of momos are healthier since they use a filling of paneer, steamed vegetables or meat.

       Another healthy item is Thupka, which is a noodle soup made with chunks of various boiled vegetables. Their daily meals consist of rice, cooked lentils and a cooked vegetable which is a healthy combination for lunch and dinner.

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