Our Beijing cooking classes provide the opportunity to learn about Chinese food culture, cooking techniques and regional cuisine. In each 2.5 hour class you will learn how to prepare 3 dishes including recipes to take home, followed by a meal of your creations.
Come on your own or with friends for a lunch or dinner experience. Each class concludes with a meal around the table, enjoying what you and your fellow classmates have cooked using your newly acquired skills. Including free flow non-alcoholic drinks.
The Hutong is Beijing’s culture exchange center in the heart of the Chinese capital and a retreat where expats, foreigners and locals meet and connect.
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Xiaolongbao - Soup Dumplings
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Cooking has been considered a high art in China since the time of Confucius in the late Zhou dynasty. Nowadays, Chinese cuisine is famed for its variety and each region has its own flavors, styles ...
Enjoyed the class. Everyone so friendly.
Amazing chef!! Great food! My best experience at China by far!
We make it from scratch, everything was super clean and very good location
It was informative and fun and we all hit to participate
I loved joining the class. Atmosphere and learning curve are fantastic. Would recommend for everyone to join.
Very hands-on and informative class! The cooking teacher Sophia is explains everything in detail and speaks perfectly English, which made it really easy to follow the instructions. The hand pulled noodle making was quite fun and cae out pretty well! We also got to work on our knife skills a bit. Overall a great class to learn how to make hand-pulled noodles. You’ll definitely leave with a new set of cooking skills!