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Sally H.
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Report | 10 days ago
My granddaughter had a fun time. She is almost 5 and was in the 4-7 age group. She got a little bored because she is used to cooking at home and gets to do more of the prep work. The other part was they colored while they were waiting for the food to cook. She doesn't like to color, so again, a little bored. But she says she wants to come back again.
Melissa
Verified
Report | 10 days ago
The staff is great and my 7 year old loved it. We ended up buying a membership.
Pavla F.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
very friendly enviroment
Claudine O.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Make sure to read clearly the class offering so you and your child are prepared. If your child does not like burgers than a class with burgers as the main dish may not be for you. Otherwise have fun releasing your child's inner chef!
erin w.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
A lot of fun for kids who like to cook.
Andrea W.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
Awesome place! They are great with watching the children so I always drop my daughter off and do some shopping in the area!
Marcia L.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
Our granddaughter, age 11, thoroughly enjoyed every moment of her class!
Lisa G.
Verified
Report | a year ago
call early to make reservations. It is awesome and the people that direct or lead the sessions are great with all different types of kids.
Jill W.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Fantastic experience! My kids loved it!
Katharine G.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Be prepared for your child to want to go back every day.
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The kitchen can seem bewildering to a child peering up at the many colanders, peelers, and skillets on the shelves, but a lesson from the trained cooks at Young Chefs Academy of Gahanna quickly demystifies kitchen utensils and cooking techniques. Weekly classes introduce kids to culinary concepts that vary each month, and full-day camps explore the culinary traditions of different countries and time periods. Weekend events highlight exotic dishes or take children on cartoon-themed picnics. In addition to kid-friendly offerings, the academy hosts team-building exercises for adults and businesses, pitting friends and coworkers against one another in Iron Chef competitions with all food, recipes, and English overdubs provided.

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