BARCELONA, Spain, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Barcelona Cooking is the most recommended recreational cooking school in Barcelona according to the travel industry's most important critics, other travellers. The #1 cooking school in Barcelona according to Yelp and with more "Excellent" reviews than any other cooking school in Barcelona on TripAdvisor. Visitors' reviews include accolades such as "An absolute must do in Barcelona," "I'd give this 6 stars if I could" and "Best tour in Barcelona."
Barcelona Cooking is a recreational cooking school offering daily hands-on Spanish cooking classes, as well as food and market tours and has achieved this recognition based on three key principles; by sourcing the highest quality restaurant standard ingredients, working only with professionally trained chefs and tour guides, and chefs who all have an incredible energy and genuine passion for teaching people about the food of their land.
Located on Barcelona's most famous street, Las Ramblas and a stone's throw from the world famous Boqueria market, a typical class includes a money-can't-buy insiders' guide to shopping in the Boqueria market, three hours of participatory cooking and a four-course meal. Some of the other offerings include an in-depth Spanish food tour of the Gothic quarter of Barcelona; learning how to make and sampling tapas and drinks from many of the different Spanish regions, as well as a Paella demonstration class, Spain's most well known dish for those who just want to sit back and enjoy themselves. Barcelona Cooking is also a premier destination for corporate teambuilding events, recently working with brands such as Microsoft, Moleskine and BASF.
Welcoming many visitors, mainly from the USA, Canada, UK and Australia, Barcelona Cooking classes are given in English with Spanish/English bilingual chefs. Learning to cook Spain's iconic dishes at Barcelona Cooking is a memory you can take home from your trip and enjoy time after time again.
International PR coverage includes:
- Appearance on The Travel Channel USA as part of the Trip 2014. Adam Richman came to talk to head chef Candido to learn from a local the secrets of authentic Spanish tapas.
- Minneapolis Star Tribune http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/travel/224476311.html
- And traveller and blogger 'Almost Fearless' and Rachel Boulevard also reviewed Barcelona Cooking recently: http://www.rachelboulevard.com/ and http://kitchen.almostfearless.com/tortilla-espanola-with-catalan-pan-con-tomate-pa-amb-tomaquet
- Afar.com http://www.afar.com/highlights/learn-to-cook-catalan-and-spanish-specialties-with-barcelona-cooking
SOURCE Barcelona Cooking