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Panoramica

Cucina un pasto di 3 portate nella pura tradizione siciliana in un ristorante nel centro di Taormina e quindi assaggia i piatti degustando i vini locali! Il corso di cucina di 5 ore è tenuto da uno chef professionista locale e comprende una visita al mercato aperto di Taormina per selezionare gli ingredienti più freschi di giornata. La cucina siciliana è varia, fresca e profumata e segue le stagioni. Impara a conoscere i piatti classici della tradizione siciliana, come la "parmigiana di melanzane".

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H
, mag 2015

È stato così divertente che lo rifarei nuovamente. E il cibo era ottimo.

L
, nov 2017

Luca the Chef is amazing. We learned about his family and how to make the dishes that his Grandma taught him to make. I would highly recommend this class. It was the high light of our trip.

d
, nov 2017

Taormina is a must visit township when one is in Sicily. An absolute gem with lots to see and do. Built on a cliff with a cable car down to the beach, the town offers a main street with many shops, markets, and great places to eat. A bus ride from Taormina Hop On/Hop Off up to the higher elevation of Castle Mola is strongly recommended, where one can have lunch while taking in the view of Mt. Etna and the surrounding mountain sides.
The Cooking Class held in the center of Taormina was a fabulous experience and great value. Our chef met us at the Messina Gate, the main portal to the shopping main street, and took a mixed group of about 12 people shopping in the local market. There we selected fresh fish and vegetables, mixed with the locals, and sampled wine and cheeses and got to know our class mates, a mix of Australians, Norwegians, Brits, and Americans.
In the center of Taormina, is the family restaurant where our cooking class was held. We were taught by the family how to make pasta from scratch, prepare appetizers Sicilian style, roll and stuff fish, etc. at individual work stations in an open terrace setting. After cooking the meals we all settled down to eat a delicious multi course meal with wine. The experience lasted some 5 hours, and each person was presented with a Certificate of Completion and an Apron.
The class was certainly a main highlight of our trip to Italy/Sicily, and strongly recommended as a must do activity.

Maurice and Diane T

C
, ott 2017

I'm a good cook, so I was expecting more. The market visit was okay, but more time should have been allocated to making the pasta. As we were all going to eat whatever was made, it meant that if the majority of the group made lousy pasta, we would be eating lousy pasta and so it was. The caponata was actually the one thing that I enjoyed learning to make, and will likely make again. Italians seem to overcook their proteins so the tuna was uneventful. Also the description of the tour said that we would get an apron, which I assumed would be a souvenir apron of the restaurant with logo, it was never given. I was offered the used apron that I wore in the class to cook with, or a paper apron. Very disappointing.

j
, ott 2017

While the tour to the market from Mimmo was wonderful we were disappointed with the actual cooking demonstration. There were only three of us in this class so we should have gotten much more attention but I felt that because it was such a small class that they did not need to make such a big effort and hurried us along. The chef, Francesca,who didnt speak any english seemed to do more scolding then teaching. We learned how to make caponata, a baked fish, tomatoe sauce and pasta. While the caponata was wonderful the fish was basic and tomatoe sauce was nothing but smashed tomatoes in a pot, again very basic and not what was posted in the overview on viator. We were promised the recipes but they never arrived in our email. It was disappointing and could have been much better.

A
, set 2017

We had SO much fun with this group! We walked to the market and chose our fresh veggies and fish then went back and made handmade macaroni and bread. Then we ate a light lunch and had some nice local wine. We went to the kitchen and learned to make lots of dishes. Then we sat down and ate it all! We met some really nice people that we have stayed in contact with! My husband and I had a great time that we will never forget! Everyone was so nice!

b
, ago 2017

This was hardly a cooking class ... rather we were allowed to cook in a restaurant and help with the already prepared food. We rolled pasta dough, plated eggplant, and rolled fish. The trip to the market was underwhelming, The market itself is small and the insights gained were limited. For example, the chef said this is a tomato, it is used for cooking, this is a small tomato, it is sweet and used for eating. There was no tasting of local cheeses or meats.
The best part of the experience was meeting people from other countries who we will hopefully see again on future travels. I recommend you find a local cooking class where you can actually prepare the entire meal from scratch.

A
, lug 2017

Absolutely a great activity to do while in Taormina! We enjoyed seeing the market, learning to make a few typical Sicilian items and there was SO MUCH FOOD. Definitely make sure you go hungry!

G
, giu 2017

Mimmo and his mama gave us a wonderful, hands-on experience. We met near the city gate and walked to a local meat, fish, and produce market to select the fresh ingredients for our 3 course lunch. Back at the restaurant, the 15 in our class learned to make caponata, fresh pasta, and a fish dish. Highly recommend

J
, giu 2017

Class was good overall. Was hoping for more hands on. Was hands on for some parts and not others. People operating it were very nice. Food was very good.


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