Here we give you answers to the most commonly asked questions about our cooking school and the courses we offer
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Of course you'll get the recipes, not only of the course you are taking but the recipes of the other course as well, plus two more.
Our recipe booklet (cover to the right) has 16 pages and contains descriptions and pictures of 12 Cambodian recipes.
Some other cooking schools just give you a copied paper sheet or send recipes by email; with us you get a booklet as a nice memento to your day of cooking in Phnom Penh.
Yes, we can teach vegetarian Cambodian cooking. We emphasize tofu and fresh local vegetables, such as corn, mushrooms, beans sprouts, onions, garlic, etc. We also use soy sauce instead of fish sauce.
We provide transportation from frizz restaurant to the market and onwards to the location of the cooking school. After class you will be brought back to frizz. With participants from different locations, it is impossible to provide transportation to and from your hotel or residential address. The restaurant is located on #67 Street 240, right behind the Royal Palace. See the location.
Yes, all students at our cooking school learn the art of Khmer cuisine by doing, not by just watching. It's hand-on action at the Cambodia Cooking Class!
Yes, all students have their own stove, utensils, etc. Please see the cooking school pictures to see our facilities.
Of course, we have a pleasant dining area next to the cooking stations, where you can enjoy your creations of tasty Khmer food.
The cooking school has 1 instructor with an assistant who is also educated by local NGO Friends and a capable teacher. Maximum group size is 16 students because we want to give every participant individual attention.
The school manager has experience as the proprietor of the Cambodian restaurant frizz. The restaurant has been running since January 1 2004 and has gained a reputation for providing genuine, traditional and tasty Khmer food.
The school's instructor Heng ('Lucky', see picture to the right) and his assistant are - although quite young - very enthusiastic and experienced chefs. They are passionate about food and Cambodian cuisine and very friendly, as you will learn while taking part in the cookery class.
Both teachers' English is excellent so there will be no language problems.
an activity of frizz restaurant
traditional, genuine Khmer food
“It’s not just cooking,
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