Japanese cooking workshop in Amsterdam. Experience what the Japanese eat when they come home after a long workday. Simple but refined, with fresh ingredients, colorful and health and without spending too much time in the kitchen.
MENU OF THE JAPANESE COOKING WORKSHOP IN AMSTERDAM AT DENNIS LEEUW
tomorokoshi no kakiage, tasty corn patties with chili pepper and miso.
steamed string beans and beansprouts with a nutty sesame dressing
oven baked eggplant with a sweet miso glaze
cucumber pickle with Japanese rice vinegar, dried chili flakes and mirin
filet of beef in a fresh ginger sauce and spring onion
matcha cream-flûtes (green japanese powder tea)
citrus lace cookies to be served with coffee and tea at the end of the evening
Book a cooking workshop and combine activity with dinner.
The price for the japanese cooking workshop is € 85,— p.p. for the workshop, 4-course dinner and all drinks.
You don’t have to share the studio with other guests.
The japanese cooking workshops can be booked for groups starting from 14 persons or a minimum amount of € 1190,— and the maximum is 36 guests.
The workshops take between 3 to 4 hours and can start at any time.
Why not start with a festive glass of prosecco? € 20,— per bottle. Appetizers € 5,– p.p. (hummus, Italian salami and olives).
Prices excl. BTW/VAT for businesses and organizations.
Parking in the Willemspoort garage, 50 meters from the kookstudio. Parking under the kookstudio with VICKY, entrance garage in Kleine Houtstraat around the corner. It is easy to travel to the kookstudio by bus and tram, stops 100 meters from the studio, see https://kookstudioleeuw.com/en/contact/
The cooking classes in Kookstudio Dennis Leeuw can be booked for groups only, we don’t offer cooking classes for individuals. If you are looking for a cooking workshop for yourself, have a look at the website of my colleague Leo Keijzer: https://cookyourlife.nl/
Japanese cooking workshop in Amsterdam.
Yes, we would like to do a cooking class!
Na jarenlang in gerenommeerde restaurants te hebben gewerkt was het tijd voor iets nieuws. De open restaurantkeuken bestond toen nog niet en ik miste het contact met de gasten en de gezelligheid.