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CocuSocial Cooking Classes

Cooking
Midtown, New York, New York
(231 Reviews)

At CocuSocial, you can participate in a variety of social cooking events at local hotels and restaurants. Making pasta, rolling sushi, cooking dumpling, baking pizza, etc.

We partner with beautiful hotels and restaurants all over New York City to provide easy accessibility for our customers.

We invite you to come with friends, cook a dish, grab a drink, and have fun!

Reviews of CocuSocial Cooking Classes

(231 Reviews)

11/14/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Chinese Dumplings


What a lovely experience! I will make dumplings at home.

11/11/2017
Donna D.

Attended: Chinese Dumplings


It was overbooked by approx double amount of ppl All of the mixture fir dumplings was basically kale cause too many ppl You should refund cause too many ppl And I was told we were making the dough or at least learning how to Also it was bad that the instructor didn't even realize it was double booked We had to wait for table to be setup and started very late Pls advise Not sure I would take a class there again 20 was the most I would do for cooking class andthis was over 35 ppl You can't get as much hands on experience w that many ppl Very unorganized company and you should refund

11/7/2017
Paige Host

Attended: Chinese Dumplings


Cynthia and Nadia were AMAZING!!!!! The instruction, fun details, and all around execution of the event was fantastic. Cynthia is dedicated to the art of cooking and was a joy to be a pupil of. My boyfriend and I enjoyed this experience exponentially more than the sushi class we previously took.

11/4/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Spaghetti with Carbonara Sauce


I would never recommend this class, and I will be requesting a full refund. This cannot be classified as a cooking class, as there is no cooking involved. You sit down in the breakfast room of a Courtyard Marriott with a paper bowl with an already cracked egg in it in front of you. The only "cooking" you do is to scramble the egg and add an already portioned spoonful of cheese into it. An assistant cooks the pasta for you on a portable one burner stove and then portions the pasta into your bowl. You then mix it all together and are supposed to eat it from there. They did not purchase enough of any of the ingredients. We all received approximately two forkfuls of pasta into our bowls with the mixed raw egg and cheese. With Carbonara, the hot pasta is supposed to cook the raw egg. This, of course, did not happen in this "class" because we did not receive enough pasta to cook the egg. If anyone were to eat the "finished" dish, he/she would be taking a bite of pasta covered in raw egg...that is it. The only saving grace is that we were able to separately purchase a bottle of wine to pass the time.

10/31/2017
Michael H.

Attended: Hand-Rolled Sushi


Good class, knowledgeable instructor. Definitely filled some holes in my Sushi rolling knowledge.

10/30/2017
Joseph

Attended: Hand-Rolled Sushi


Great class, great instructor, and delicious rolls!

10/30/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Pizza Party


This was a fun class and overall I enjoyed it... the pizza came out delicious! The instructions provided by the instructor were helpful, although at some times they could have been clearer. Also, I thought that we would be making individual personal pizzas in this class - I was not expecting to have to work in a stranger, but it ended up being alright because we had similar tastes and personalities. I just wish I had known that might be a possibility beforehand.

10/9/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Chinese Dumplings


This class was more of a dumpling folding class rather than a dumpling making class. The filling was already made so all we had to do was mix, stuff and fold. My aunt (this was her bday gift) is allergic to corn (which was in the chicken filling). The instructor was kind enough to give her her own bowl with no corn, however, she forgot to give my aunt chicken when it was distributed to everyone. I was a little disappointed that I paid the same amount for both of us and she didn't get the same experience as I did.

10/8/2017
Jane C.

Attended: Chinese Dumplings


Really enjoyed the class and it will give me the confidence to try making some at home. I realised that I don't need to make the wraps I can buy them, the "teacher" was excellent and a couple of hours well spent .

10/8/2017
Lisa G.

Attended: Chinese Dumplings


I enjoyed the class the part of learning shapes and types of dumplings and how to cut with knife. I had a not so great experience with the instructor forgetting to give me filling without ingredients I could not eat. She said she forgot and tried to come up with alternatives. So I couldn’t really eat what I created. Otherwise I enjoyed the concept and would like to try again another class. Her asst was lovely. Thank you

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