Anat was super nice and friendly, and clearly cares a lot about her classes and making her guests feel good. We all felt welcome and had a good time. The food wasn't all chef-level, but some of it was quite interesting and unique. The class itself was organized well enough despite a few minor issues (time could have been managed a bit better, and we didn't make challah despite the listing stating we would), with the only issue being that the "students'" participation was somewhat limited, with most of the cooking being done by Anat more or less on her own. Still, everyone did learn some new things, even the more experienced Israeli cooks in the group. And for the tourists, it was certainly an experience.