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     - Enjoy cooking 3 dishes and 1 dessert is served

     - Local market visit

     - Organic farm tour / pick fresh vegetable / collect eggs

     - Pick up / drop off service is included.
Price: 1,190 THB/Person
Time: 9:00am-1:45pm (Pick up 8:30-9:00am/Leave the school 1:30pm-1:45pm/Back to the city 2:00pm-2;30pm.)
Visitor: 600 THB/Person (Pick up/drop off service, organic farm tour, and lunch included)

  • 8:30-9:00 am: Pick-up from your hotel (Please wait at the Lobby)

  • 9:15 am: Visit the local market. Our instructors will introduce various ingredients and seasonings.

  • 10:00 am: Arrival at Grandma's Home Cooking School where refreshing drinks and welcome snacks are waiting for you.

  • 10:20 am: Begin the class with how to cook rice and sticky rice.

  • 10:35 am: Our instructors will guide you our organic farm while explaining Thai herbs and vegetables. Enjoy collecting chicken eggs and some fresh ingredients.

  • 11:00 am: Soup and Stir-fried session with tasting

  • 12:00 pm: Curry session with tasting. For dessert and refreshments, our instructor will demonstrate how to make dessert and special refreshments step-by-step and let's enjoy tasting together

  • 1:30-1:45 pm: Leave the cooking school (Back to the city around 2:00pm - 2:30pm)

Course Menu

Soup (Select 1):

Hot and Sour Soup

(Tom Yam)

The most popular soup of the Thai cuisine. The soup is packed with aromatic herbs such as galangal, lemongrass, kaffir lime leave, and coriander. It’s spicy and sour. The most popular meat is shrimp.

Coconut Soup (Tom Kha)

Similar to the Tom Yam soup. The different is coconut milk is added to make the soup creamier than the Tom Yam. The most popular meat is chicken.

Stir Fry :

Thai Stir Fried with Rice Noodle (Pad Thai)

Another popular Thai dish. Flat rice noodles are the leading players. Tamarind sauce is the key indicator of success for the dish. Fresh bean sprouts and garlic chives help perfect the dish.

Curry (Select 1):

Green Curry (Gang Keaw Waan)

Using the fresh green chili to make the curry paste, hence the color. Thai and pea eggplants are very important vegetables for the curry. Sweet basil is unmissable as well.

Red Curry (Gang Phed)

Similar to the green curry. The key different is that dried red chilies are used instead of fresh green chilies in the curry paste making process.


Mango Sticky Rice (Khao Niao Mamuang)

This dessert is served in almost every Thai restaurant around the globe. The steamed sticky rice mixes with coconut milk, served with fresh ripe mango.

Special Menu (Select 1):

Thai Milk Tea (Cha Yen)

Thailand only has one famous (non-alcoholic) drink, and this is it: Thai iced tea. The orange coloured sweet concoction is so good it feels like it should be dessert.

Thai Lemon Tea (Cha Ma Nao)

This refreshing Thai Lemon Iced Tea is naturally sweetened with honey. It is perfect to serve on hot summer days or alongside homemade Thai food.

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