160 reviews of New Orleans Cooking Class
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the New Orleans Cooking Class. 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 KAthleen F, July 2012
Class was a blast. Anne was a wonderful instructor with so many interesting stories and history of New Orleans. Food was also delicious. I would definitely recommend this experience to anyone coming to New Orleans.
Reviewed by Diane G, July 2012
I had reservations for six people both male and female rangeing in age from 13 to 85. Everyone enjoyed the presentation and food. Mike was very talented with his cooking and showmanship. We would do this again if we ever head down that way. It would be a first on our list. Loved it ! I am so glad that we found this, it gets an A-one rating from us.
Reviewed by Debra P, June 2012
So much fun! History, jokes and eating great food. The chef was really funny and friendly and the food was great. She made gumbo, jambalaya, bread pudding and pralines, all while making us laugh with her stories. Then we ate it! Certainly value for the money and a great way to spend a couple of hours out of the heat.
Reviewed by Cynthia O, June 2012
Mike, our instructor/entertainer/history teacher, was outstanding! He interacted with the class, answered questions, explained cooking techniques, told jokes, informed us on local history, and fed us a delicious lunch. I'm making the Shrimp Creole this weekend!
Reviewed by Amber K, June 2012
The class was educational and entertaining! We ate plenty and they give you recipes for everything you cook. The Chef is very experienced and will tell you lots of info about New Orleans the city as well as the cooking styles. The only thing you need to remember is that you will be sitting for about 2 1/2 hours so plan accordingly.
Reviewed by Janet N, June 2012
The cooking class was fabulous!! I so enjoyed the chef and all his great stories and tips. The food and advice was perfect
Reviewed by dsham, June 2012
What value....food demo, food to eat, beer to drink, jokes to enjoy and history to edify....couldn't want much more. Glad i did the morning session....after a small brekky of cafe et beignets, then I walked it all off for the rest of the day. Highly recommend.
Reviewed by Theresa J, May 2012
Well organized,funny and interesting and the food really came out delicious
Reviewed by Tony M, April 2012
We had a great time. The instructor was excellent and a lot of fun. She made us appreciate New Orleans cuisine
Reviewed by wbshire, April 2012
The chef, Sondra, was a stand-up commedian as well as an excellent demonstrator. We all loved the experience.
Reviewed by Fred B, April 2012
Were were educated, entertained and fed for almost 3 hours. Great fun. If there is a better buy in N.O. I don't know what it could be!
Reviewed by Matthew B, April 2012
The staff at the Lousiana General Store and fantastic characters and we had a wonderful time! It was like dinner and a show. We ate heaps of food that makes up the rich food culture of New Orleans and learnt about how it came to be. This tour is a must for all visitors. The food of the south is certainly nothing like the food we have in Australia.
Reviewed by Rosemary H, April 2012
We really enjoyed the cooking class. We laughed and learned about the food but more than that, we learned about the people and the culture that created the food.
Reviewed by Thomas P, March 2012
I purchased this class for my Mom and Aunt. They loved everything!!! The instuctor was fun, talented and gave great history of food and NO. They loved all the sampling- said it was like having a full meal- with the bonus of getting all the recipies to make at home. Highly recommend this experience to all those traveling to New Orleans!!!
Reviewed by Christine A, March 2012
I can't say enough about the cooking class. It was the highlight of my trip. I would recommend this class for anyone visiting New Orleans.