Balinese Cooking Class

Discover the secrets of Balinese food. Explore cooking techniques and the fascinating kitchen myths of this unique culture followed by a lavish Balinese feast and complete recipes. Classes are part demonstration, part hands-on.

Monday
9.30am — 1.00pm | Rp 400,000 per person
Spiced fish in banana leaves
Fragrant fish curry
Asian spinach in tomato sambal
Carrot & cucumber salad
Black rice pudding

Tuesday Market Tour
8.00am — 1.00pm | Rp 400,000 per person
Mie Goreng
Tempe curry
Roasted white eggplant
Fern salad
Green coconut crêpes

Wednesday
9.30am — 1.00pm | Rp 400,000 per person
Balinese chicken satay
Beans in coconut milk
Lawar
Corn fritters
Gado-Gado
Fragrant yellow rice

Thursday Market Tour
8.00am — 1.00pm | Rp 400,000 per person
Chicken Curry
Wok-Fried Eggplant
Coconut and anchovy sambal
Bean-Coconut salad
Sago pudding

Gourmet Food Tour: Thursday & Friday Night Market Tour
5.15pm — 8.30pm | Rp 400,000 per person
Visit the bustling Gianyar night market at dusk and experience the ambiance of a Balinese pasar. Learn as you stroll through the markets about the local snacks and traditional market food. This is followed by an open-air dinner of home-cooked specialties, from braised chicken to marinated satay, spicy greens and suckling pig. Refreshments included. Meet at Casa Luna at 5.15pm. CLASS NOT INCLUDED

Friday Beginners Class
9.30am — 12.00pm | Rp 400,000 per person
Nasi goreng
Chicken satay
Krupuk
Peanut sauce
Fruit in coconut milk

Saturday: New Food as Medicine Vegan hands-on cooking class
9.30am – 1.00pm | Rp 450,000 per person
Discover the extraordinary healing properties of spices and their colourful history. Enjoy a hands-on cooking class with a vegetarian menu of pumpkin curry, tempe with fresh lemon basil, roasted coconut banana flower salad, organic bamboo shoots, seasonal greens and red rice followed by non-dairy coconut ice cream. Numbers limited. Rp. 450,000. Recipes included.

Sunday Twilight Smoked Duck Class
5.30pm – 9.00pm | Rp500,000 per person
Learn the secrets in making one of Bali’s most celebrated dishes. Our lavish smoked duck feast includes lawar, yellow rice & coconut ice-cream . Served with rice wine.