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 Melissa B, November 2011
We loved it. The chef was both funny and informative. The food was amazing!
Reviewed by ginsengexp, November 2011
Excellent class! Chef Kevin was informative and entertaining! Two and a half hours went by way too quickly! The red beans and rice, cornbread and pralines? YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!! I would highly recommend taking this class ...you won't be disappointed! Oh yes...I forgot ...the biscuits w/steen ...WOW!!!
Reviewed by Margaret W, November 2011
Excellent, apart from the wonderful food was very entertaining.
Reviewed by christine M, October 2011
The class was outstanding and Anne was so funny and informative-we loved her presentation, and she is a wonderful cook!! We will come back!!!
Reviewed by Bernadette Y, October 2011
I was glad that I booked this class :
- the food was delicious
- got to have biscuits and cane syrup as an extra
- even the drinks were all about NOLA, the Abita beer and coffee with chicory, and the usual sweet tea and lemonade
- it was nice to see how the food is made
- I learned a lot about the history and culture of New Orleans
- and you can buy the spices for the recipes right after the class at the shop
Reviewed by Dianne E, September 2011
Fantastic class! Instructor was informative and entertaining, food was delicious! Also got recipes so we can try making the food at home. I would highly recommend this class
Reviewed by Jeremy C, August 2011
Super class and well worth the money. Food to die for!
Reviewed by Ernest J B, August 2011
Excellent in every way. I would reccomend to all whether you cook or not (I can').
Reviewed by Cindy, August 2011
This was great. The food and the history that went with it was superb. We were given the recipes that were cooked and the samples were large portions. You could also go back for seconds.
Reviewed by Michael M, July 2011
Great experience. Learned how the wonderful food reflects rich history, cultures, people of New Orleans. Mixed with humor and lively anecdotes.
Reviewed by Wayne S, USA, July 2011
This was a definite highlight of our New Orleans trip. We laughed, we learned a lot about the culture and food history of the area, but best of all was the food itself. Our class featured chicken and sausage gumbo, jambalaya, bread pudding and pralines. They fed us so much we could hardly eat again for the remainder of the day. We've already raved about it to our family and friends and would highly recommend it to anyone visiting the city.
Reviewed by Anneliese S, June 2011
We had a very interesting presenter and cook and enjoyed a three course meal. It was a wonderful experience.
Reviewed by David R, March 2011
Anne did a marvelous job weaving the history of New Orleans and the many types of food these groups brought and shared with everyone here. Recipies were clearly explained and members of the group were given the opportunity to assist in the presentation as well. We had a great time and would love to do it all again!