Pineapple Cakes are famous for being delicious pastries and have become the most iconic souvenirs, but did you know their local popularity is more related to its meaning in the Taiwanese language? The pronunciation of pineapple “ong-lai” sounds like “for fortune and prosperity to come” and this is the message that you send as a blessing to the receiver of the Pineapple Cakes. And, the Scallion Nougat Crackers is made of flaky, savory, scallion crackers sandwiching a milky-sweet nougat. The perfect combination makes the perfect dessert to savor with tea.
During this baking class, you'll learn more amazing facts about these Taiwanese Good Fortune Pastries and how to make them yourself. You'll be able to bake up something sweet for yourself and your loved ones. is the ultimate experience to bake up something sweet for you and your loved ones!
At the end of the class, our instructor will introduce you to the traditional Taiwanese tea culture. The world-renown Taiwan Oolong Tea is distinct in flavor because of its unique growing conditions. Relax in the aroma of tea and savor the taste paired with the delicious pastries for a memorable afternoon.
CookInn Taiwan has prepared an exclusive special souvenir box for you to bring all the good fortune home with you. Kids under 12 years old are free of charge, and share the cooking kit with the accompanying adult.
You will receive the confirmation of your booking's availability within 24 hours. Once confirmed, please present your booking reference number at the cooking school.
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
8F., No. 210, Sec. 3, Nanjing E. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City 10491, Taiwan
Take MRT Green Line or Brown Line to BR11/G16 Nanjing Fuxing Station.
The building entrance is between 7-11 and McDonald's. Take the left elevator to 7F/ or the right elevator to 8F and our cooking school is on your right-hand side.