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Pleasure your palate with the fulfilling flavors of Russian cuisine during a private 2-hour cooking class in St Petersburg. Select a time to suit your schedule and greet your private guide to begin discovering the secrets behind Russia’s culinary culture. Under the guidance of an expert chef, prepare signature Russian dishes like ‘borsch’ (beetroot soup) and beef stroganoff while listening to the country’s fascinating culinary history. When the food is ready, take a seat to feast on the fruits of your labor and sip a glass of cranberry ‘mors’ like a local. 

Highlights

  • 2-hour private Russian cooking class in St Petersburg
  • Learn about Russia’s culinary history while cooking
  • Hear cooking tips and enjoy personalized attention from a professional local chef
  • Help prepare and cook classic Russian dishes such as borsch and beef stroganoff
  • Eat your creations along with a glass of traditional mors

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Not only is this a fun cooking class, it’s also a great introduction to Russia’s history and culture. As an avid cook, I think it’s always great to learn from a local, and, of course, try the food you’re creating!

What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Russian Cooking Class in St Petersburg

Try your hand at making bliny (pancakes) during a Russian cooking class!

At a convenient prearranged time, greet your guide at your central St Petersburg hotel and travel to a local restaurant to delve into the world of Russian cuisine. Don your apron and begin preparing signature Russian specialties under the guidance of a professional chef, Gain fascinating insight into the country’s rich culinary heritage and as you start cooking your local dishes. 

Depending on the season and the availability of ingredients, cook dishes like flavorsome borsch, dumplings, bling (crêpe-style pancakes), Russian salad and beef stroganoff. Once the food is ready, take a seat and prepare to pleasure your palate with an array of Russian delicacies. 

As you eat, chat with your group and sip traditional Russian mors (cranberry juice and compote) and collect recipe cards to impress friends and family with before you leave. Bid your chef farewell and conclude your tour with hotel drop-off from your guide. 

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