62 reviews of Florence Cooking Class: Learn How to Make Gelato and Pizza
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Florence Cooking Class: Learn How to Make Gelato and Pizza. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Andrew B, April 2013
Thoroughly enjoyable experience, we were lucky enough to just have 6 of us on the course so got lots of help. The chef is great, friendly, experienced and the kitchen you get to cook in is great. Sadly my first attempt at making it on my own after the class didn't fair so well but that was mainly due to lack of proper tools so make sure you get a good pizza tray. Enjoy!
Reviewed by Larry, March 2013
What a fantasic way to spend 3 hours in the evening. After taking a 10 minute walk to a nearby facility, chef Andrea took took over the reins and showed about 14 of us how to make delicious pizza and gelato. All of the ingredients were provided to make our dough from scratch and garnish our creations any way we wanted. Chianti wine was served and everyone had a great time creating either pizza or calzones. The cheese and sauce was amazing and all of the toppings were delicious. We made chocalate gelato from scratch and it was amazingly smooth.. I highly recommend this tour.
Reviewed by Adriana T, March 2013
This was so much fun. Our teaching staff were very experienced, entertaining and informative. Definitely a tour not to miss. We had two teenagers with us and they really enjoyed it as well.
Reviewed by Ed & Barb, February 2013
We had such a fun time making pizza and gelato. Our chef Davida was such a good teacher. We shared travel stories with the others in the class, drinking wine and creating our pizza's. A real fun way to experience Florence!
Reviewed by dmcamargo, January 2013
Me and my girlfriend have done the gelato and pizza cooking class and we had an excellent night with our chef Davide. Modesty aside, one of the best pizzas we've ever had, really good.Plus Davide is an excellent chef and a great person, giving us tips about restaurantes, recipes, etc
Reviewed by gemmahallett94, December 2012
Great fun. Hands-on dough making, and you add your own toppings. The range of toppings was delicious but could have been bigger. Free red wine and gelato made the evening laid back. The chefs were hospitable. If you struggle walking long distances, arrange to meet at the kitchen rather than office.
Reviewed by Suzanne, November 2012
Really enjoyed making our own pizzas and calzones. The chefs were very informative and it was a great evening.
Reviewed by Suzanne, November 2012
This was one of the highlights of our trip. We were paired with a lovely couple and our chef, Francesco, was the best! We laughed a lot but made an amazing meal! We really enjoyed sharing the meal with everyone when it was done.
Reviewed by Dennis H, November 2012
We had alot of fun. We met people from all over and had some great food. Our teacher was wonderful and the kitchen was clean and well lit.
Reviewed by Adie, November 2012
This class was the highlight of our trip in Florence. Giovanni is a great teacher and it was wonderful to have such a fun and interactive class. We're going to make the pizza this weekend!
Reviewed by Rhonda D, October 2012
We had so much fun doing this cooking class. It was a great "break" from all the delicious dining we had been doing in the restaurants. Our chefs were fun, helpful and entertaining. We were three couples and initially the guys didn't seem too thrilled about cooking their dinner but in the end, they agreed, it was a lot fun. We learned about the art of pizza making and gelato and had a FABULOUS time doing it!
Reviewed by danielle, October 2012
Excellent night, totally worth the money (or even more). Giuseppe and Andreas were great. A must do if you are interested in cooking (or even if you're not)
Reviewed by lawboysam, October 2012
One of the highlights of our trip. It's definitely more about the pizza than the gelato (you get the basic idea of how to make gelato, and you get to eat it, but only one person helps stir it in the actual class), but it was fun, interactive, and we met great people.
Reviewed by BEBE, September 2012
It was really hard to find the place and we ended up being 1 hour late but it was all good. Giovanni was the best chef. It was fun and we got to meet some great people too... Definitely worthwhile doing...
Reviewed by Michael S, September 2012
This class was excellent and extremely fun. The group of people in the class made it more fun and the chefs were very professional but still could joke around and have a good time. Pizza was great and so was the gelato. I would highly recommend this cooking class for anyone who wants to have a fun night with friends, family or a couple.
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