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!
My sister wanted a "fun" Christmas gift - so I offered to take her to a cooking class on her next visit to NYC, and she choose the Pad Thai class. The class was fun and the chef instructor was outgoing and informative. There was a wide array of fresh ingredients to choose and a protien option of tofu for vegetarians. The class was split up into pairs, my sister and I making our own Pad Thai - and the end result was delicious! I would reccomend for a fun night out with friends or a date.
We had so much fun! Not only did we learn how to make an authentic Italian meal, but we also gained a greater appreciation for the art of cooking. Really eye opening, even life changing.
I loved this class and instructor. She was fun and had great information about recipes and allowed some room for creativity. I would definitely recommend her and am looking forward to taking her pasta class as well.
Cynthia was phenomenal! Great instructor that was very knowledgeable and gave great tips and tricks! Class was fabulous and pasta was delicious! Can’t wait to take another Cocu Social class again with her!
Fantastic! Cynthia was very informative, my boyfriend and I had a wonderful experience!
We had so much fun, my mom and I! The teacher was really helpful and informative, and funny :) We are so happy to take our new skill home to our kitchen!
I thought it was simple to follow however the recipe posted for us to take photos of at the end of class was not the recipe we followed in class nor was it the recipe she referenced. We didn’t hand make the ricotta and she gave us the impression she used prepared ricotta plus spices. I found some of the parts of experience anxiety provoking but I left knowing how to make ravioli which was what I set out to accomplish. It would’ve been more fun if I was like everybody else in class who was in a group with other people they knew. I felt like the teacher made a big deal of me not being with another individual and it started the class, from my perspective, sadly because it just reminded me of my loneliness. I would encourage future classes to let people choose their own seats and also to be sensitive to the fact this something people probably do to be involved in the world, and not everybody has access to their gente or phones which connect them to people they are interested in spending time with who they think could or would come with them.
Gina is such an amazing instructor, dedicated to her job!! We had so much fun, besides learning. Will check for other classes.
Timing was a little off as we just sat around for 20 minutes waiting for the macaroons to bake until we could put the filling in them. Otherwise it was a fun class. We only wish we had made even more macaroons as we ate them all within 24 hours!