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.
We really enjoyed the class and chefs. We already cook a lot but got some good tips about handling pizza dough. There were 23 in the class--a bit crowded--but fun. It was a nice break from museums and sightseeing. The pizza and gelato were good, too!
Davide and Julio were really friendly, knowledgeable, and interesting teachers. We had a great time.
This was a fun but pretty basic class, nice way to meet people who were visiting Florence and to share experiences.
We arrived at the meeting point and was entertained and surprised by our chefs. The lesson was very well presented in a good facility by skilled chefs. An experience to be recommended.
The hands-on experience in making pizza was wonderful. I throughly enjoyed the experience.
We thoroughly enjoyed our evening with Davide and Julio but have some comments. I am partly disabled and use a walker. Efforts should be made to accomodate older or disabled patrons. The long walk from the meeting point to the venue should offer a taxi option.
Great evening with awesome chef and tasty pizza's and gelato. Throw in the mix some wine and it was fantastic, highly recommended.
Very fun for the entire family, pizza was delicious, but did not get 5 stars because they had adults help in the gelato making portion as opposed to the children that was present. This was not right in my opinion, would be better if they involved the children.
I loved my pizza! This experience was so much fun! We met some really great people in the class including the instructors. If I had anything bad to say it would be about the number of people in the class , it was a little crowded.
Thanks for a great time.
Group of 4 adults - a great evening, and you get to eat what you cook for dinner.
Not much information on the cooking of gelato but most of the time was spent in
cooking the pizza - which was delicious.
Group of 4 adults and 4 children under 6 years. They were great, especially with
the children who were able to participate in all the steps, except putting it in the oven.
We had a great night, by then the kids were used to the delayed bedtime.
As adults we had a great night too.
Unique experience and something we can tell our friends and family about! We learned secret for making dough and what to look for in a 'real' gelato store! Excellent!