Thursday Apr 4th, 6:30pm - 9pm
We don't have any age restrictions on either our classes or events. We take people of all ages, but those under 21 years of age are not allowed to consume wine or any alcoholic beverages.
Lots of fun and the instructor is great--patient and clear. I think we all had a good time and learned the basics.
Pros: It was a very nice way to spend a Friday evening. I loved that we did not rush through things and got to enjoy the process. Cooking tips from Abigail were great as well. The whole time you get to drink unlimited wine which is considered a plus by a lot of people. We started at 7 pm and left the place closer to midnight. Cons: When I was purchasing the class, the menu was completely different and more exciting and had more courses. We only were shown how to do the simplest things like cutting stuff, and did not get to learn how to make the sauces which are very important. The good thing here is that we were promised all the recipes via email - still waiting on that though. My husband also did not like the fact that for the main course everything (filet mignon, brussels sprouts and mashed potatoes) was kind of thrown in together, and this prevented from tasting each item separately. We think it would have been nicer to lay everything out on a large plate. Overall, we still greatly enjoyed this experience and are planning on doing it again. Perhaps, we will not buy the tickets too far in advance (I bought mine during Christmastime for March 1). There were couples who bought their tickets just a couple weeks ahead and they knew what the new menu was.
I take a lot of cooking classes in a lot of different cities. This is the best one I’ve ever taken. The knowledge of the chef is absolutely amazing and the classes are kept intimate. It’s a wonderful experience.
Fantastic class! Cooked a delicious meal and I'll definitely be making those recipes again at home. Chef Abi was amazing.
This class was so much fun! The dishes we ended up making were incredible and even tasted and looked like something from a Michelin-rated restaurant. I had actually made their Coeur a la Creme several days after and friends and family were really impressed.
We absolutely loved this class. Chef Abby was amazing and so was her lovely restaurant Camaje. We can’t wait to take another class soon!!
One of the most fun evening we had in a while. A true experience.
Amazing once in a lifetime experience.
I hate to leave a bad rating but this is an expensive class and I do not feel it is worth the price. Not only did we not cook anything, we didn't really learn much either. The class starts off with the instructor telling us personal anecdotes for an hour with very few ramen or cooking facts peppered in, followed by the students chopping an excessive amount of ramen toppings for way too long (and peeling about 2 dozen hard boiled eggs - I hate to say it, but it felt more like we were helping the restaurant prep than participating in a hands on cooking class). Once that's over we were lined up to put what we want in our ramen in a pot to be heated up. The "ramen broths" were premade by the instructor and not all that appetizing but also not particularly reminiscent to ramen. Instead of ramen bowls we were handed extremely shallow bowls, overflowing with our assembly line ramen, that we did not in fact cook. Overall, extremely disappointed, and not any closer to knowing how to make ramen than I was before the class.
We enjoyed our experience. The food and wine were great. It was creative but you could still guess what you were eating. And the blindfolds were comfortable once you get used to it! We will be back for a regular wine/cheese dinner.
Thursday Apr 4th, 6:30pm - 9pm
Saturday Apr 6th, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Sunday Apr 7th, 11am - 4pm
Wednesday Apr 10th, 6:30pm - 10pm