Explore la rica historia culinaria de Nueva Orleans en un tour que combina una clase de cocina con un cóctel Barrio Francés. En primer lugar, aprenda sobre los principios básicos de la cocina de Louisiana de la mano de un chef profesional durante una demostración entretenida y deguste clásicos, como jambalaya, gumbo y pralinés. Después, podrá admirar la arquitectura del Barrio Francés, ya que dará un paseo por el barrio, haciendo un alto en los histórico bares tomando los más célebres cócteles, Big Easy. Podrá descubrir los sabores y la cultura de Nueva Orleans durante este recorrido informativo y divertido.
The highlight of our trip was the cooking class and cocktail walking tour. The chef was fun and gave us great tips for making mouth-watering gumbo, jambalaya and pecan pralines. The walking tour was a blast as tour guide Joe native New Orleanian shared the origin and history of local restaurants and bars, along with the unique drinks created at each bar on the tour. Bring some cash and/or your credit card so you can buy and taste the local drinks at each stop.
Great class at NO cooking school. Excellent tour guide for the cocktail walking tour.
However, we had to call Viator customer service to receive our vouchers for both activities as the email was not received within 48 hours of my booking the tours.
The 4 star rating is an average:
5 stars for the New Orleans Culinary experience. Chef Kevin personality and food are worth the cost. 0 stars for the Cocktail Walking tour weather. A tornado sprouted just before the tour started. Unfortunately, my wife and I could not reschedule because we were departing the next day. 5 stars for Viator and the tour company for handling the refund.
This was definitely a highlight for us. Apart from picking up some valuable hints on creole food preparation, we were highly amused by the humorous and uplifting personality of Kevin Belton.
Then our cocktail walking tour really completed a nice afternoon for us. We visited establishments that we most likely would not have sought out on our own The Court of the Two Sisters, Antoine's.The tour guide, Sandra Smith, was so entertaining and full of life that I considered her a real NOLA gem. She not only guided us through the Quarter but made numerous recommendations on where to eat during our stay.