Thaikhun Aberdeen cookery and cocktail class
29 First Level Mall, Union Square, AB11 5RG
- usually £60.00
- save 53%
- deals sold
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£28 instead of £60 for a Thai cookery and cocktail class for one at Thaikhun Aberdeen in Union Square; includes 2 course meal and coconut mojito – save 53%
We’re amazing at cooking – we know so because all our friends scrape their meal off their plates and into their handbags to save for later when they think we’re not looking. That’s a sign they love our food, right?
Be a master chef with a Thai cookery and cocktail class for one at Thaikhun Aberdeen for just £28.
- Thai cookery and cocktail-making class for one
- Make and eat a two-course meal as well as mixing and drinking a coconut mojito
- Includes extras to take home like recipes and discount cards
- Great city-centre location in Union Square
- Loved by itison members
Under instruction from Thaikhun’s expert chefs, you’ll learn how to create a delicious Thai meal including tom yum chicken soup and chicken pad Thai noodles. The two-hour class will ensure you learn all of the skills necessary to recreate the dishes at home, plus you’ll get to eat your amazing food before you learn how to shake up some delicious cocktails to go with your meal! You’ll even get to sip on a coconut mojito and take home a handful of extras including recipe and discount cards, herbs, spices and some Thaikhun goodies.
“We had a fabulous time. We were really impressed with the experience. Authentic, educational, but most of all fun!”
“This cookery class was brilliant! I’ve been to Thaikhun a couple of times before and loved the food - now I can finally cook some dishes by myself! It was really interesting and you also learn a lot about Thai cuisine and the different types of Thai food and ingredients. The instructor and manager were really helpful and nice, and overall it was a really fun experience!”
“This is a great way to spend an evening. The class is great and the attention to detail leaves you inspired and seeking out the local Asian supermarket!”