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All the other reviews of this place are accurate. The food is AMAZING. The experience is AMAZING. We were there for 9 hours. We ate and drank until we were stuffed. Esperanza and Juanita are wonderful cooks and very kind and patient people. The black...More
Our class exceeded all our expectations about learning to cook Mexican foods, understanding Oaxacan foods, and becoming acquainted with local food wizards!
Esperanza is a natural teacher; warm, responsive, knowledgeable and well-organized. Throughout the day, at the Market and in the kitchen, we were in...More
I've done numerous cooking classes abroad but I have to say this one will stand out for me for a while! I did not expect to have so much fun or laugh half as much as I did whilst learning too cool one of most...More
We were greeted at our hotel by Esperanza, who took us on a fun shopping trip through the mercados to select ingredients for our cooking class. We had the option to choose our menu and we enjoyed making and eating salsa, guacamole, 2 types of...More
We had a lot of fun at this course. I echo other comments re: the informality and humor but this was not a problem for us. Agustin is a character for sure. Unfortunately he has recently had a rather nasty accident and isn't getting along...More
We cooked a 24 ingredient mole negro that turned out especially delicious. Esperanza, the cook, although not speaking much English is an excellent instructor. This place is not fancy and is not recommended for people with handicaps as the stair to the kitchen is a...More
We had a great time with Agustin and his partner Esperenza, but this is not your proper, well-organized, crisply executed cooking class. It started with gay jokes and f-bombs, proceeded to mescal tasting at 11AM, and followed with a full day of cooking. Accompanied, as...More
My boyfriend and I had an excellent time with Agustin at his cooking class. The tour through the market in the morning was awesome. Afterwards, we made DELICIOUS tamales (in banana leaves as well as in corn husks) as well as quesadillas, guacamole, memelas, and...More
Was a great authentic experience.
Not a fancy cooking class, but a true Mexican one.
The market shopping was really nice, we had a nice time cooking and the food was really good!
Agustin is a great funny dude, and a very interesting guy.