The Cooking class takes place in the Georgian capital Tbilisi and introduces you into the rich cuisine of the people living on the crossroads between Europe and Asia
Our concept is home kitchen and we use only homegrown seasonal products. Cooking class is held at a nice home outside of the town with a nice garden. If the weather is okay we will sit at garden for lunch/dinner.
You will learn to make delicious Georgian dishes such as Khachapuri, Khinkhali, Pkhali Nigvziani (vegetables in walnut paste and unique Georgian spices) and many others. After preparation you enjoy the meals with nice dinner and delicious Georgian wine.
Tour price includes:
Arranging the class
Individual prepared menu according the season
(2 appetizers, main course, dessert, bottle of wine, coffee/tea/water/mineral water)
Transportation to and from Freedom square
English and Russian speaking guide
Duration: 3-4 hours
Meeting point at Freedom square Tbilisi at 13.00 or on agreement
Number of participants: from 2 to 12
Our prices per person in EUR (payable also in GEL or USD):
1 participant: EUR 125,00
2 participants: EUR 105,00
3 participants: EUR 100,00
4 participants: EUR 95,00
6 participants: EUR 90,00
8 participants: EUR 85,00
10 participants: EUR 80,00
20 participants: on agreement
Reserve a Cooking Class in Tbilisi here
What our guests say:
I highly recommend Georgian Flavours if you are looking to dive into a truly unique culinary experience in Tbilisi. The team has been running cooking classes for years now with friendly chefs who walk you through preparing yummie culinary delights. We had a lot of fun and the food was delicious.
What’s more the team is really helpful and will help you out with further food questions, and direct you to good restaurants.
Participating in a cooking class, I found is one of the best ways to get to know the culture of a country, and this is definitely the class to take to get to know the Georgian culture a bit better.
Fun (and delicious) experience
The one-day cooking class was an amazing way to learn more about Georgia and Georgian cuisine. The hosts were friendly and very knowledgable, and the class occurred in a beautiful kitchen. The food was delicious and all the ingredients were fresh and local — many ingredients were even from the garden of the hosts. In the weeks before the class, the hosts customized a menu to reflect seasonal dishes. Even for those who do not necessarily like cooking, this would be a fun experience that concludes with a delicious and generously-sized meal. For those who do like cooking, it is fun to learn how Georgian dishes are put together and what kinds of herbs and spices are part of the cuisine.
Irma and Georgian Flavours was exceptional. I called last minute, literally, for the next day, on a Saturday no less and Irma was gracious and accommodating. I even asked for a special request to learn how to make Khinkali and she said, in true Georgian fashion, “No problem”.
Tatiana (sp) was a fabulous teacher; being both patient and insightful. My daughter was intrigued, as this was her first time to the country, and thoroughly enjoyed learning traditional foods. The table was serene and perfect, set in the green lush garden of the home owner and luckily the weather cooperated to become the “icing” on the grand “Cake” of this entire experience. I would highly recommend this to all my friends.