We’ve scanned the horizons, crossed oceans and jungles, and explored the deepest, most dangerous of caves.
And we can now officially confirm that no, there isn’t a single person on the planet who doesn’t enjoy Thai food.
Which, of course, makes it the perfect cuisine to cook for your friends. But there is just one catch – you have no idea how all those mysterious spices go together.
Thankfully, Chaophraya in Glasgow is swooping to your rescue with this Big Deal for a Thai cookery masterclass for two.
Winner of the Golden Chopsticks Award 2018 for Best Restaurant in Scotland, Chaophraya is Europe’s biggest Thai dining spot.
Led by Head Chef Simon Firth, the kitchen brigade specialise in serving up fragrant, fresh and authentic dishes as well as fascinating fusion creations.
And now Chaophraya is getting ready to reveal some of its secrets to you…
Learn them all at this Thai cookery masterclass for two. The session will last around two and a half hours and will include a welcome drink, chef’s demo, cooking practise and tasting session.
At the end, you will be given the gift of a goody bag and a snazzy chef’s hat to wear at home.
Masterclasses will take place at 10am or 4pm every Sunday until the end of March. So why not call up that food loving friend and invite them along?
Learn the secrets of Thai cuisine
At this masterclass (which will take place in a group), you can unlock the mystery of Thai cooking and impress your loved ones at home.
Your Chaophraya Cooking Experience will include:
Welcome fruit punch on arrival
Introduction to Thai ingredients and where to source them
A short demo by the chef
Chance to cook two dishes
Tasting session of your cuisine
Afterwards, why not head to the restaurant’s glamorous Palm Sugar Lounge and toast your new expertise with a refreshing Thai cocktail?
Chaophraya has been picking up positive reviews on TripAdvisor, earning it a Certificate of Excellence. Here is a recent example:
‘Wow! Great food. We came here for a family celebration. The first thing to impress you is the entrance area which has many Thai artefacts. The decor is great as this is a very old building (don’t know its history) but it gives a very pleasing surrounding for meals. The menu is extensive, but not overly expensive. There is a huge choice of starters and main courses so don’t be in a hurry to leave. The quality of the food and the service was just great and added to our enjoyable day. Can’t wait to go back.’
Spice up your weekend
What better way to spend a Sunday than by sampling delicious Thai cuisine (cooked by your own fair hands) and hanging out with like-minded foodies in the process?
This Chaophraya masterclass for two is very flexible as it offers a choice of dates, so snap it up while you can then impress your friends with your newfound kitchen wizardry.