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Excellent Cooking Class in a small Group with an adorable teacher

At our first day in Buenos Aires we decided to do a cooking class and were overwhelmed. We both like to cook and have eaten lots of empanadas already but never prepared them on ourselves. Learning how to prepare them was much easier as expected thanks to the great skills and patience of Shir - a young, open minded, very positive minded and interested girl. Shirl was already awaiting us once we arrived and then we first enjoyed some mate tea, she explained us a lot about the tradition, the rituals and some forth. In addition this allowed us to get to know each other. One could quickly realize that Shir is very interested in the exchange with us as well, which made the stay very pleasant. We then started to prepare the empanadas (vegetarian and meat) and it turned out that it was very simple. We enjoyed the combination of the cooking class in a private apartment and getting to know a lovely person that hopefully meet one day again. You're always welcome to visit us in Switzerland :-)

Buenos Aires: Argentinian Cooking Class Reviewed by Florin, 10/18/2019

Wonderful cooking class in a local's home!

This cooking class was one of the highlights of my trip to Argentina! Shirly is a wonderful and kind person and makes you feel very welcome in her lovely home. I felt like I was cooking with a friend. She begins by making Argentinian mate tea for you to try as well as traditional alfajores, which are a type of pastry. She then shows you how to make both beef and corn empanadas completely from scratch, as well as crepes with dulce de leche for dessert. It is very hands on as you do most of the measuring, chopping, and preparing yourself with her guidance. After all the cooking is complete, you get to sit down to enjoy the food you just made. It was delicious! She also gives you a little homemade book with the recipes so that you can make them again on your own back home. The best part of the class was getting to know Shirly, learning about Argentina, and enjoying great conversation and food. She really has thought of everything to make it a lovely experience! Highly recommended!

Buenos Aires: Argentinian Cooking Class Reviewed by Anonymous, 10/07/2019

Overall a good evening, the show was great, food was not that great!

I would recommend to go watch the show. The singers didn’t really have to be there but I guess they tried to make it more like a show. Tango was excellent! Food was not great, I received a cold soup and twice massively overdone steak. Only highlight was that you got an unlimited wine. Tango class was 20 min class with 50 people in the corridor! We had fun but don’t expect an actual class. Overall a good evening though!

A magic night surrounded by tango flavours: music, dance, songs, ...

It is a real special evening supported by an excellent and professional staff that entertain you for a couple hours of magic Argentinian emotions. My wife, my daughter and I enjoyed a lot the generous and tasty dinner, the good Argentinian wine, the short but nice tango lesson and the excellent tango show. It is an experience to be enjoyed for a first journey in Argentina. I highly recommend it.

Dancers excellent, food very good, tango class fun. Go!!!

We went to the tango class at 7:30 before the 8:30 dinner and had a lot of fun. It was not intimidating at all. There were all levels and ages and you danced with whomever was available, man or woman, at the moment. The dinner at 8:30 was very good and better than expected. The show started around 9:30 or 10pm and was fantastic.