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Mouthwatering !!!!

Realy a must visit destination for all who are visiting Siolim beach. Netty allowed us to cook the... read more

Reviewed June 16, 2016
Prakhar S
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Pune, India
Fantastic way to spend time in Goa by cooking!!!

What a great way to spend the day!! Cooking some great Goan food. As it is still low season myself... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2014
Staum J
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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Siolim cooking school was born out of a passion for tropical flavors and foreign cuisines. It offers a fascinating insight into Goan life, faiths and culture through learning about its food, cooking and culinary myths.Participants learn about the...more
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Siolim-Assagao road, Siolim, Bardez 403517, India
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Reviewed February 19, 2018

Our hotel (Siolim House) arranged this for us. Cost INR 2,500 per person (there were just the two of us) including all transport and food. Nati came to the hotel to collect us by taxi and on the way asked about the kind of food...More

Thank Trisha K
Reviewed June 16, 2016

Realy a must visit destination for all who are visiting Siolim beach. Netty allowed us to cook the fod and also guided how to add flavours to a normal food. Really had a vibrant experience and truly amazed to be here.

Thank Prakhar S
Reviewed December 13, 2015 via mobile

We had an excellent half day cooking with Netty. She not only showed us how to cook a number of dishes, including a local Goan fish curry and a pork sorpotel but also took us to the local market to source all the required ingredients,...More

Thank Charles G
Reviewed November 3, 2015

How would you like to be your own chef? Well, you can feel very accomplished at the Siolim Cooking School at Little Siolim House where we shopped for groceries and produce, cooked in an open kitchen facing a gigantic mango tree, took in the aromas...More

Thank pur0bi
Reviewed February 1, 2015

As a guest of Britta Reid on this cooking course, I can only endorse what she has to say about it. I would add that the water was only offered with the meal after many hours of marketing and cooking. Having travelled for two hourse...More

10  Thank GoJosi
Reviewed January 13, 2015

I attended the class on 27th December with 3 cooking participants who were guests of mine and one gentleman who was joining us for lunch. I believe that your website is severely misleading as it shows pictures of people cooking at individual stations in salubrious...More

11  Thank Reid-Britta
Reviewed October 4, 2014

What a great way to spend the day!! Cooking some great Goan food. As it is still low season myself and a friend was the only ones there! It was a great to learn in such a small environment! The lady was great and taught...More

2  Thank Staum J
Reviewed May 6, 2014

I booked this course in low season as I was desperate to do a cooking course during my stay in Goa. For 2200 rupees I would of rethought my decision but the experience was worth it because of the fantastic lady that taught us. I...More

1  Thank NatashaCurrell
Reviewed April 21, 2014

My husband and I really enjoyed this cooking experience. We were lucky as there was only the two of us in the class. We learnt lots of tricks and came away with fabulous recipes to try at home. The lady and her daughter were so...More

1  Thank Debbie J
Reviewed January 28, 2014

We attended this "course" but all it was was watching a lady cook for 3hours. It was so disappointing as I am an enthusiastic cook and really wanted to learn how to cook Goan food. For two people it cost £50, it was a complete...More

6  Thank Kay J
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