130 reviews of Rome Walking Tour and Cooking Class
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Reviewed by Maria C, September 2011
The cooking class and lunch at the restaurant was fantastic I would have to say the best thing we did in Rome. The walking tour part doesn't go for that long and only covers the sights from Piazza Narvona to near the Trevi Fountain so you don't see the Colosseum. The cooking class though is more than worth the money you pay.
Reviewed by Nicole B, September 2011
Really a great experience.....as they say "when in Rome do as the Romans". What better way then to take a cooking class and make pasta. Really unique and very hands on, followed by a great meal we helped to make. Would definitely do again!!!!
Reviewed by Cynthia P, August 2011
The cooking class was the highlight of our trip to Rome!
Reviewed by Lee B, August 2011
This was just an amazing experience. If you are looking for something truly unique this is it. Like many have said the walking tour is just OK the cooking class just outshines everything else. Our instructor was so great- friendly, funny, and spoke perfect English!! We are recommending this tour to everyone. It's just such a great break from all the walking and guided tours.
Reviewed by Zoe B, Australia, July 2011
Quite a quick tour but interesting none the less. The cooking class was so much fun and the food amazing. Staff at the restaurant were so nice!!! Would definitely recommend to others.
Reviewed by suzy, July 2011
Loved the cooking class. Nice small group, 3 couples. We did not cook a meal, only made the pasta. The food was delicious. The guy at That's Amore was really nice. We walked by the next day to say hello and he gave us wine and talked to us for a while. Really friendly and nice.
Reviewed by Michael N, June 2011
The walking tour was a bit short but very intersting. the star of the day was the cooking class - this was fantastic value for money and a great experience.
Reviewed by Karen B, USA, May 2011
Although this started out a little frustrating when the tour was late getting to the designated starting place, the guide was friendly and nice. She had a wonderful sense of humor. I especially loved the cooking class and lunch at the restaurant. I would recommend this to everyone.
Reviewed by Tristan C J, May 2011
Fun, Excellent! We would highly recommend the Fabio(lous) Cooking Day Experience.
Tristan and Gayle Jimenez
Reviewed by Karen R, April 2011
Totally a must on the trip. I made the most amazing pastas and the restaurant is wonderful.
Reviewed by Anne M, April 2011
Teresa made learning to make noodles fun and a great experience. Again, met 2 new friends and had a great lunch. Would have been interested in making more than noodles, but it was still very fun!
Reviewed by Jay C, March 2011
The tour was OK. The guide was going very quickly through the tour! She could have been more patient and given better details.
The Cooking Class was wonderful. It should be called Pasta Making class to be accurate. The chef was great! It was a small group so we got real special attention. He was knowledgable, patient, funny and great to work with. Not only did we make pasta but got to chose the sauces we wanted on them and ate them for lunch! The whole experience was wonderful. I have already made homemade pasta at home.
Reviewed by David K, April 2013
The tour was good, but nothing special, the cooking class with Fernando was fantastic. Who knew making pasta was just a few ingredients? The experience was great and is something we are going to share with our family and friends cooking for them. Definitely recommend doing the cooking class!
Reviewed by James K, December 2012
It would have been 5 stars but our guide was half hour late and we had two languages in our group so she had to split time between groups. Cooking class was one of our favorite activities! The food we cooked was delicious and I think I could do it at home! Chef Fernando was a gem!