Banchan ("반찬") is a collective name for small side dishes served along with cooked rice in Korean cuisine. There are many different kinds of Banchan in Korean cuisine, including Namul (the seasoned vegetable dish that goes into your Bibimbap), Kimchi, Tang (Korean stew typically made with fish or meat), among many others.
You will be making 3 different types of Korean Banchan including kimchi. Those who love to eat at Korean restaurants would love it! We have a fully equipped kitchen. All recipes provide exact measurement so you can replicate the delicious dish at your own home. Vegetarian option is also available.
Studio Gusto is a fully equipped cooking school/private dining restaurant located in Bucheon, South Korea. Studio Gusto is run by Chef Judy, who received extensive culinary training from renowned cookery schools worldwide, including Le Cordon Bleu, ICIF, and Korean Food Institute.
Based on her diverse experience and training, she devotes herself to developing healthy and delicious recipes that can be loved by people of any age and culture. She has featured in many TV shows and magazines with her unique recipes. She is also a guest lecturer at Korean Food Institute and Bucheon University.
For this class, you will be making two different types of Namul, one seasonal Kimchi, together with one type of the main dish. After the class, we will provide freshly cooked rice together with additional Banchan that Chef Judy prepared for the class so you can have a full meal that you prepped yourself. Alternatively, we will help vacuum pack the food so you can bring it back home and enjoy with your family and friends.
Korean Banchan Sample Menu: Subject to change as we try to use as much as seasonal ingredients possible
Meet the staff at Exit 2 of Shin-Jung-Dong Metro Station on Line number 7(신중동역, 7호선) 15 minutes before the class.
Or meet directly at the school on time.
Du erhältst deine Buchungsbestätigung innerhalb von 24 Stunden. Bitte halte die Buchungsreferenz zum Vorzeigen bereit.
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity