This was a great class to take for an introduction to Moroccan food and the spices that are used here every day. The farm was a beautiful setting in the country about 40 minutes outside of Marrakech. They pick you up at your hotel in the morning and you get to have a relaxing experience away from the busy city and all the traffic here! You spend the day learning about the spices and food here and then enjoy a relaxing late lunch with the food you have prepared. The host and chefs are all very helpful and knowleable about the food and techniques they are teaching. My class was 7 students and I believe we all really enjoyed the entire experience.
reviewed by Charlene I | Mar 2018
Fantastic cooking class. Not to be missed. Michael and Ilan were charming and so much fun. Learned a lot about Moroccan food and also enjoyed a phenomenal meal.
The class far exceeded our expectations. It was educational and fun from start to finish. The chef was entertaining and extremely knowledgeable. Me and my husband left the private lesson more excited about cooking than ever before. He helped us understand what it meant to cook a meal, the details he went into were fantastic and the food was deliciously out of this world. He helped us make and combine authentic and delicious spices so we could make it at home as well. The food, Moroccan classic dish, we made was very flavorful. It was amazing! The class was really great!
Fantastic- lovely place, good clear and entertaining instruction. Delicious food in a fabulous setting, who could ask for more?
Loved the class from start to finish. Friendly helpful driver, expert cooking, fun and friendly hosts and delicious food! What more could you ask for? We even brought some of the delicious tea home with us!
The spice workshop was done in a very entertaining way, with blindfolds and guess work. The cooking workshop had a really good flow, where we moved from demonstration to practice. The hosts were both professional and entertaining, making the participants feel at ease the entire time. I would definitely recommend Faim d'Epices.