Café India Cook School demo
29 Albion Street, G1 1LH
- usually £50.00
- save 50%
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£25 instead of £50 for a curry cooking demo for one at Café India Cook School, Merchant City; step by step guide to preparing a starter, main and side with glass of wine or beer – save 50%
- Curry cooking demonstration for one
- Includes a step by step guide on how to prepare a starter, main and side dish, before you tuck in with a glass of wine or beer
- Suitable for all levels of cooking experience
- One of Glasgow’s oldest Indian restaurants
- Fantastic Merchant City location
Watch the experts in action
Today’s deal will see you pick up top tips and tricks on how to make the perfect curry at Café India Cook School. Ideal for novices and foodies alike, you’ll learn how to rustle up a sizzling two-course meal using authentic Indian techniques and spices as you watch the Café India experts in action.
To begin, you’ll watch the pros carefully craft a portion of perfect chicken or vegetable pakoras, before cooking up a storm with a spicy chicken, lamb or vegetable curry from scratch. Accompanied by rice or a naan bread, the freshly cooked food will then be plated up for you to tuck in and enjoy alongside a glass of wine or small beer – delicious!
Merchant City establishment
Located right in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, Café India is a gem of a restaurant with friendly staff and chic décor. One of Glasgow’s oldest Indian restaurants, they were finalists for both the Scottish and British Curry Awards 2014, so you know your tastebuds are in good hands!
Loved by itisoners
“The whole afternoon was a great experience. All the staff were so welcoming and the chef was so patient and helpful. The food was delicious and it was a great afternoon. I would thoroughly recommend the experience as an offer to try.”
“Really good experience, had a lovely few hours. Nice staff and good food.”
“Food and staff were great. My wife and I enjoyed it very much, it was better than expected and everything was explained to us by the chef who was brilliant.”