Cambodian food is a balance of sweet, bitter, sour and salty flavours, although it’s markedly less spicy than Thai or Vietnamese food, it is naturally nutritious, full of fish, vegetables
Cambodian food is a balance of sweet, bitter, sour and salty flavours, although it’s markedly less spicy than Thai or Vietnamese food, it is naturally nutritious, full of fish, vegetables and tasty side dishes.
Combination of hands-on cooking and demonstration, this extended class includes time to enjoy eating your dishes in the dining room. You will leave with plenty of leftovers and the confidence to cook more delicious dishes at home.
Larb Pork – Caramelised pork salad with chilli, mint and lime
Cha Kroeung Sach Moan – Chicken stir fry with kroeung paste and lemongrass
Sticky Rice – a delicious twist on this staple accompaniment
Lort Cha – Stir-fried rice noodles
Glass of fizz, beer or soft drink on arrival. We have a great bar with some amazing wines, beers, a range of spirits, soft drinks and cocktails to enjoy – additional beverages can be purchased using cash or card.
All ingredients provided, you will enjoy eating the food you create in the dining room at the end of the class, take home any leftovers, bring containers or use our simple ones.
Copies of the recipes will be emailed to you after the class.
The added bonus is the washing up is all done for you!
Skill Level: All Abilities
Chorchaba Harper will take you through the years of my childhood by showing you the very dishes I was taught as a girl by my Aunt to whom I owe so much.