Culinary Hungary’s intimate, home cooking classes in Budapest allow you to learn to cook Hungarian in a relaxing environment. Add a market and food and you will end up with a one-of-a-kind, delicious Budapest experience.
Sample the gastronomic delights of Hungary during a 2-hour market and food tour with a local guide at Budapest’s largest and oldest indoor market. After the tour head to our lovely apartment on the Buda side for your private hands-on cooking class.
Join us and learn the essence of Hungarian cooking. Our hands-on cooking class is a great way to experience Hungary in a unique and delicious way. Take your taste buds on a gastronomic journey by preparing some of the best dishes Hungary has to offer.
Become a market insider and experience the sights, sounds and flavors of the gorgeous Central Market Hall In Budapest. Explore the specialty food stalls, see how local people shop and sample Hungarian savory and sweet specialties.
We invite you to partake in a fabulous gastronomic experience, join us and learn to make delightfully delicious Hungarian vegetarian meals. Discover an array of delicious Hungarian recipes that cater to your vegetarian dietary requirements.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Get a hands-on experience and within 4 hours become a master of apple cake, floating island, poppy seed bread pudding or the famous Hungarian pancakes. Forget the main course, what is for dessert?
No need for you to go anywhere to take a cooking class in Budapest and enjoy a special day learning to cook authentic Hungarian recipes! We bring the cooking class to you, wherever you might be staying in Budapest while visiting our beautiful city.
ONLINE HUNGARIAN COOKING CLASSES VIA SKYPE
I join you and your friends in your home kitchen in private, one-to-one cooking classes – live via video call.
I will teach you how to cook Hungary’s most iconic dishes with an insight into Hungarian life, culture and culinary traditions.
I transport you to Hungary for the day. No flights required.
Skype Cooking Classes are available at “THE CHEF & THE DISH”