This year Aberdeen Restaurant Week has introduced a number of food and drink classes for budding foodies to get stuck into.
From cooking up authentic Thai cuisine to turning your hand to cocktail making, there’s something for everyone to try out.
Check out the food and drink classes below. And don’t forget to book yourself onto them before they sell out!
Cook up a storm at Chaophraya – Union Street, Aberdeen (Tuesday February 25 at 6pm and Thursday February 27 at 2pm)
Learn how to cook traditional Thai meals alongside the head chef and receive recipe cards to take home as well as a non-alcoholic cocktail on arrival.
Priced at £30 per person, the class will last approximately an hour to an hour and a half.
Indian cooking with Namaste Delhi – Bridge Street, Aberdeen ( Monday 24, Tuesday 25, Wednesday 26, Thursday 27, Friday 28, Saturday 29, Sunday February 30 from noon to 2.30pm)
With numerous varieties of curries cooked up on the city, the team at Namaste Delhi will show participants how to cook the best Indian food while learning new skills and having fun. The chef will guide everyone throughout and will make the cooking class a memorable experience for all.
Attendees will cook one starter and two main dishes with rice and naan. Drinks are not included.
The class lasts two and a half hours and costs £34 per person or £67 for two people.
To reserve a space call 01224 379920 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Make smashing guacamole at Revolucion de Cuba – The Academy Shopping Centre, Belmont Street, Aberdeen (Thursday February 27 hourly from 2-6pm)
If you haven’t tried making your own guacamole then this masterclass is the perfect excuse to do so.
The class costs £5 per person and can be booked by calling 01224 608585.
PASTA’s making masterclass – Aberdeen Market, The Green, Aberdeen (Monday February 24 to Saturday February 29 from 10am to noon and 1-3pm)
Francesco from PASTA will host a series of masterclasses throughout the week teaching participants how to make authentic Italian pasta.
Running for two hours, attendees will master the art of creating hand-crafted pasta and will make cuts such as spaghetti, tagliatelle and pappardelle. The hands-on experience will also see participants enjoy their creation after, getting to eat it in the comforts of the eatery.
A minimum of two and a maximum of 8 people allowed per class.
The cost is £20 per person which can be paid on the day.
To reserve a space email email@example.com
Mix it up at a cocktail masterclass Namaste Delhi – Bridge Street, Aberdeen (Available daily from Monday February 24 until Sunday March 1 from noon to 2.30pm)
Not only is Namaste Delhi hosting cooking schools, but they will also help Aberdeen Restaurant Week fans explore the world of cocktail making.
Welcomed with a cocktail on arrival, the house mixologist will share top tips and participants will get he chance to try their hand behind the bar and make their own classic drink, too.
The class costs £23 for one person or £45 for two.
For reservations call 01224 379920 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.