A Punto is a cooking school, a book shop specialized in cook books and a place where people come to learn about gastronomy and wine. A Punto was born from the desire of its three partners to make Madrid the place where gastronomic culture could have his spreading. Sara Cucala and Ana Lorente, reknown gastronomic journalists, are running the centre and offer their professional knowledge to create the courses. Roberta Bruno, marketing manager and wine sommelier focuses on the international part of the business.
The idea came from visiting book shops all over the world and turned into a cultural centre of tasting with cooking lessons, wine tastings, conferences and the newly created gastronomic tours. The pioneering initiative of the gastronomic tours in the neighborhoods of Salamanca district stem from the aim to let people know that not only the historical centre of Madrid is full of gastronomic activities. The whole A Punto space (bookshop, tasting room and two kitchen) is open to the development of cultural activities linked to the world of literature and gastronomy.
Hands-on cooking class for small groups. With a professional English Speaking chef, you will learn how to prepare 3 different varieties of paella.
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Join our chef with a tour of San Antón Market where we will learn how to distinguish fish, vegetables and meat, taste cheeses and fruit, discover traditional products of Spain and will conclude at ...
You will learn how to prepare typical Spanish dishes with the help of a professional chef. We will begin by explaining how Madrid absorbed the culinary traditions from all over Spain, then we will ...
The class was really awesome! The tapas were tasty and not so hard to make and the ingredients were prepared in an efficient way! Our chef was nice and friendly, and a great cook clearly :) Made for a great Christmas break experience for me and my friend.
Very enjoyable experience. Excellent tutor, efficient support staff and first class facilities. Very relaxed yet communicative atmosphere.
We did this with a group of work associates and their spouses. It was good fun. What team building! The chef is a gem. We toured a market before we started our class. That was a real learning experience. The sangria was excellent!
I took a group of 16 students for a Spanish cooking class. The students were thoroughly engaged the whole time and managed to cook a tasty meal with the guidance of the instructor. It was a lot of fun and a must do experience while in Madrid.
It was great fun, nice place, lovely ingredients, very clear instructions. The chef was very nice, lots of patient, clear instruction.