What You'll Get
- $65 for a Thai cooking class for two at Thai Fresh
- Class teaches how to prepare and cook authentic Thai cuisine from scratch
- Instructor’s Thai home-cooking recipes and technique passed down from grandmother and mother
- Choose own menu of four Thai cuisine items to learn
- Lessons include Thai classics and favorites such as lemongrass soup with shrimp and mushrooms, pad Thai with tofu, pad sea ew with beef and Chinese broccoli, sticky rice with mango, bean-thread noodle salad, and more
- Classes last two-to-three hours and are held in private, commercial-grade kitchen
- Convenient and diverse cooking-class schedule
- Great for surprise parties, birthdays, or friendly get-togethers
Groupon can be applied toward private cooking class for groups of 8–12, which may incur additional costs.
Thai Fresh cooking classes were reviewed on local blog Austin Farm To Table and more than 100 Yelpers give the restaurant a 3.5-star average. > * Jam’s friendly style makes you feel comfortable from the moment you step into her kitchen. Participants stand around the prep table learning the basics of creating simple, but flavorful Thai dishes. – Kristi Willis, Austin Farm To Table > * They also have awesome cooking classes that are well taught, patient and informative. We also got to enjoy a full fab meal by eating all the dishes crafted by the master chef of Thai Fresh, Jam, a delicious result during the classes. – Sundae S., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Registration required. 72-hour cancellation notice or Groupon is forfeited. Not valid toward catering, deli, groceries or other services. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Thai Fresh
The sustainable Thai cooking classes at Thai Fresh have an edge on any cooking course looking to compete: their instructor is co-owner Jam Sanitchat, who developed her skill set over countless hours spent in her grandmother’s kitchen in Thailand. The fully stocked market not only hosts classes where students learn how to cook, but supplies them with the ingredients they need to make their own Thai meals. The deli area serves up inspiration with an extensive menu featuring classic Thai dishes and samples of dishes currently being taught in Sanitchat’s classes. Sanitchat brings an extra kick to her authentic recipes with local, seasonal, and sustainable ingredients such as free-range eggs, grass-fed beef, and rice noodles shaped by local document shredders.
Thrice, the neighboring café, serves fresh-baked pastries and sandwiches made onsite daily. A schedule of singers and folk artists entertains diners as they sip coffee, wine, or give themselves suds mustaches with local beers on tap.