Learn how to cook authentic Ethiopian food for yourself! This is great fun, for people of all ability levels, where we use simple cooking techniques and teach you how to prepare fresh and healthy dishes including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free meals. We use key ingredients that are essential to Ethiopian cooking, such as organic spices, herbs, legumes and multi-grains. You can even buy our much-loved, original spices listed.
Why we love this experience
Ethiopian food is served with injera, a fermented flat bread (of crepe consistency). You will learn how it is made from teff flour and cooking your own
You will cook 3 traditional dishes (meat or vegan according to preferences), and enjoy a feast of your own cooked food after, or take away if you prefer
Learn how to make traditional Ethiopian coffee/tea, which you can enjoy whilst you cook!
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What you'll make... Ethiopian food is served with injera, a fermented flat bread (of crepe consistency). You will learn how it is made from teff flour and cooking your own. You will also make three traditional dishes (meat or vegan according to preferences), and enjoy a feast of your own cooked food after, or take away if you prefer.
Coffee, Tea, Water
What to expect
Super nice, I warmly recommend it! Nazareth was very welcoming and friendly and we had a lovely cooking class together
Fun experience, unpretentious instructor, food was brilliant.
Lovely brunch! Great food and very friendly!! We had a great time, thank you so much :)
Nazareth and her team seemed not to know we had booked the brunch. There was a problem of organisation, but Nazareth didn't apologise for making us wait for quite a long time. She asked a staff member to prepare the coffee and we had no information. We were served food one hour later. The food was really good, communication wasn't basically. Had we known we would just be eating, without information sharing, we'd probably just have gone to an Ethiopian restaurant closer to home. The place and food are great though, Nazareth seems to be a very kind person, who was just too busy on that day - bad luck really.