Come and visit a real honest local market with a chef and learn about Barcelona Food Culture with Chef Josh. Meet local vendors and taste the flavors of Spain and Catalonia while getting an in depth tour of the Mercat del Ninot. After buying some of the ingredients for your class at the market Chef Josh welcomes you into his professional kitchen to share all the essential details you need to make real Sangria and a variety of Tapas and local dishes. You get to be chef as well! You and your group will be the ones making and preparing all of the ingredients and cooking the food in this hands on experience. As well, we cater to special dietary preferences and allergies so please tell us what you need and we can make it possible.
The menu is always changing and is based on seasonal harvests and your preferences. Please indicate if you prefer more seafood, meat, vegetables or cheeses. Based on our communication I will arrange a tapas class that is tailored to your tastes!
The Main Entrance to the Mercat Del Ninot there is a wooden doll above the entrance located at C/ Mallorca 133
Vous recevrez la confirmation de votre réservation dans les 24 heures suivant votre demande. Une fois confirmée, veuillez présenter votre numéro de référence à l’école de cuisine.
Full refund will be issued for cancellation made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
My wife and I recently took a trip to Spain and one of our stops was Barcelona where we took the market and the tapas cooking class. I have to say that we were trying to book other cooking classes through another site but they were booked and I am so glad they were. We not only had a very educational tour of the market, which I loved, we also had a blast cooking, learning new recipes and conversing over all things Spain. This cooking class was different from most cooking classes that my wife and I have experienced. It was a more personal and intimate setting right from the start. We met at the market where I thought we were just going to go over some of the basic foods that were there, but it was a different experience. Josh our chef not only showed us the marked and explained the different food and their origins; he also took the time to listen to our food suggestions. He started off by asking us what type of foods we preferred. Then he quickly put together a menu that he felt we would enjoy (which we did). We then went through the market learning the types of food, competing vendors and how some of the vendors have locally grown foods and their ties to the community and the market. After the market it was only a short walk to his private kitchen. There is where the fun began. I love cooking and learning new recipes and that’s just what we did. I won’t bore you will all the recipes since I believe that it was specific to our class, but I will tell you one which I felt was divine. Now I don’t remember the name of it, it was a cut piece of Italian bread with a particular soft sausage(don’t remember the name of) which he uncased spread all over the bread then took a cooking torch, flamed the meat and then added honey on top to finish it off…. DELICIOUS! The other dishes were also very good. The one I mentioned just happened to be my favorite. The tapas class and market tour with chief Josh was an experience I suggest everyone experience. My wife and I had good food with some education of Spain and good company.