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Casa Luna Cooking School

Jl. Bisma | Honeymoon Guesthouse, Ubud 80571, Indonesia
+62 361 973282
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Established in 1989, The Casa Luna Cooking School is Bali's most renowned cooking school. Set in the lush grounds of Honeymoon in Jalan Bisma, classes run 7 days a week and include a vegan class, smoked duck twilight class, market tours, food tours and daily sessions. Learn the secret language of spices from our by chilling experienced teachers and taste a world of exotic Balinese flavours. Fresh hibiscus tea is served on arrival and then a discussion about spices follows, then the preparation of all the ingredients, ending up in a delicious, memorable feast.
  • Excellent63%
  • Very good21%
  • Average9%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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Jl. Bisma | Honeymoon Guesthouse, Ubud 80571, Indonesia
+62 361 973282
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Tuesday class commenced with a market visit. To do this with a local guide was good value as the different fruits, vegetables and spices were shown and explained to us. We had a short walk back to our venue and had hibiscus tea and...More

Thank courbs51
Reviewed 3 days ago

We went together as a group for the beginners class, it was a fun morning followed by a delicious lunch that we cooked together in the class. I am now inspired to do some more cooking at home after learning some new skills and recipes.

Thank mjallen64
Reviewed 17 May 2017

We did the Friday school, did not go to the market. Market tour is only Tuesday and Thursday. We had a largish class, but everyone got to have a go at prepping. We even had a couple of children in the class. Lots of laughs...More

Thank amanda l
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

I really enjoyed the cooking class with market tour. The market tour was informative and we were given the opportunity to buy things from the stalls. I really enjoyed the cooking class, however the group was very big. It was nice to be able to...More

Thank Yazmin R
Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

My friend and I took part in this cooking class for the beginners session. We really enjoyed learning about Balinese food, cooking and especially eating it. I have never taken part in a cooking class before, but found this thoroughly enjoyable and will be taking...More

Thank Emily D
Reviewed 30 April 2017

I loved everything about Casa Luna, from their seafood paella, to the live music at night, the cooking class + local market tour, and just having lunch and chilling in the day. The food from the cooking class was the best meal I had in...More

Thank AudreyLiuJY
Reviewed 17 April 2017

The lesson was well paced, starting with information about various ingredients then moving into preparing food and then cooking a variety of different dishes. Our teacher kept the pace up as well as the banter flowing as she instructed us in a clear but entertaining...More

Thank T0K0R0A
Reviewed 3 April 2017 via mobile

Really enjoyed our class today! Our teacher was really funny and knowledgeable. I liked that she pointed out replacements and to be careful here and there (like how Balinese Garlic is so much milder than Western or Asian garlic). We even learned about some some...More

Thank Avgoch
Reviewed 16 March 2017

i was attracted to this cooking school more because of a morning trip to the market than because of the cooking school itself (not every class includes this trip). unfortunately, while our "teacher" was very good at explaining, he still focused on the more familiar...More

Thank potujem
Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

You don't really cook, just listen to the teacher (a Balinese lady, who speaks really fast, so you barely have time to take notes) and watch how she and her assistent cook. Sometimes they ask for volunteers to give them small tasks like chopping things....More

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Esther J
Hi Janet and team, I am very keen to try the Palm sugar/sea salt day out but would love a bit more detail, please. And I believe there is a minimum participant number of 4. I am coming for a holiday with a friend who I am hoping will accompany me, but if it turns out that I am the only person interested, at what point will you cancel the tour and inform me? I am hoping to attend on Sunday 5 March 2017. I look forward to hearing from you.
21 January 2017|
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Response from Fragrantrice | Property representative |
Hi Esther Thanks for your enquiry. Actually we haven't been running the Palm sugar tour lately because the owner of the Palm Sugar farm is not well. Let me check and get back to you ok. Best Janet