In planning my trip to Antigua I kept coming across recommendations to take a cookery course. I googled and was taken with the site for Nicole's Table. Lucky me. Although Nicole was away at the time she replied promptly by email and from that point forward all the arrangements were clear and easy. It turned out that I was the only person booking that day and I was offered the chance to suggest the things I'd like to cook. I opted for traditional Caribbean dishes - the curry, roti etc that other reviews mention - with a special request for a pancake recipe. No trouble. Nicole pulled together the recipe and ingredients for banana fritters. Nicole and her assistant Connie were delightful and encouraging, but gave me some challenges too - that roti dough is (literally!) a handful. The house, the location and the cooking and eating combined to make a wonderful experience. I am a keen - but amateur -cook. I learned a lot but in a relaxed way. I held back on the rum punch before/during preparation (I've had slips with knives before!) but it was a great reward as we sat down to lunch on the terrace. I would like to return to Antigua and if I do another day at Nicole's Table would be on my list of things to do. The 4 hours flew by and I had cooked and eaten in style! I would say that course at Nicole's Table is a 'must do' for your time in Antigua.
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