Very private- two of us plus two chefs from the Original Alfredo di Roma. They tought us to make fettucini from scratch, gave us their original recipe and guess what we got to eat a full lunch at Alfredo's. Nothing better than that. Truly awesome.
What a fun way to enjoy lunch! They were all set up and waiting for us with an apéritif. The chef gave my husband and I a 1-hr hands on lesson on how to make pasta. We had a few laughs, made a mess and learned a lot. Afterwards we sat and were spoiled as they brought out the preset menu. We had a great lunch of antipasto, wine, fettuccine alfredo and tiramisu. The pasta in Rome is like nothing we've found in the States or UK. They even gave us a box of the fettuccine to take home although not fresh it is still better than what I normally find in the grocery store. I highly recommend it as something different to do in-between all the galleries and museums.
We had such a great time with the Making Pizza and Gelato Tour in Florence that our teenagers wanted to do another cooking class in Rome. This was different from the first one - takes place in the restaurant before opening, then you stay and have a fairly traditional lunch. You learn how to make your own pasta, different types and even ravioli - which my daughter has already done since we got home. They really do not teach you alfredo but you get a general recipe before you leave. And you get to eat the Alfredo in the restaurant for lunch. We enjoyed ourselves, had some laughs and our teens have some new skills that will stay with them forever.
This was a great experience! We loved learning to make pasta - the Chef was charming. Lunch was the best part, the food was great and the surprise during lunch no spoiler alert, was VERY COOL. We felt like we got to be a part of the Alfredo history. I recommend this for foodies and those just wanting to do something different. This was a great bonding experience for my son and I.
Completely outstanding! The staff was so friendly and kind and helpful. It ended up just being us two in the class with the chef so we can to joke around a lot. The pasta was out of this world! We also learned that this restaurant is actually the birthplace for Fettuccine Alfredo! They mix up the cheese table-side and I was handed the restaurant's golden spoon and fork to eat with. When they learned we were on our honeymoon, they treated us to dessert as well. Definitely the highlight experience of our trip and would recommend to anyone! Can't wait to show what we learned and cook with our friends and family.
I booked thinking I would learn how to make fettucine alfredo complete dish This is not worth the money I paid almost 200 US for 2 people Yes, it did include lunch afterwards, but the cooking part that I was most excited about was not really cooking They showed us how to make homemade pasta and how to cut the pasta into different sizes and then it was over..what about the alfredo sauce?!!! We also did not get recipes to take home as it states in voucher either.
The lunch was good but not worth the money, would actually have saved money by just ordering off the menu as italian food is very reasonable in Italy.
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