Did you know that many Toronto restaurants offer cooking classes? You can learn how to cook various dishes and cuisines from Toronto restaurant chefs across the city.
From knife skills to mastering Indian fare, there’s so much to learn and discover.
Not only is this a fabulous way to learn new skills and recipes, it makes a wonderful holiday gift for the foodies in your life.
Classes + workshops:
Akasaka Japanese Restaurant & Teppanyaki Steak House
Akasaka offers private cooking classes upon request. Take a hands-on lesson on how to master the art of sushi with the help of expert chefs.
This fine dining restaurant in Mississauga offers an array of cooking classes including a comprehensive "Foodie Basics" series, as well as cooking for couples, lessons catered to teens, and summer camp for kids.
Monday night workshops at Depanneur allow you to learn new skills and cuisines in a warm and casual environment.
This winter, find out al about Greek comfort food, how to make Mexican mole from scratch and mastering chocolate making once and for all.
Doug McNish Public Kitchen
The well-known vegan chef offers a variety of classes featuring a few holiday-centric lessons (Christmas Canapés & Appetizers, and Complete Vegan Christmas Dinner) as well as brunch, Mediterranean and one pot vegan gluten-free meals in the new year.
Discover how to make your favourite authentic Thai dishes from Iron Chef winner, Chef Sasi Meechai.
Cooking classes are available on Saturdays and Sundays.
"Cooking with Mama Rosa" takes place once a month at the Eglinton location of the southern Italian restaurant.
Next up on the menu: learn to make dishes from the Family Style Menu.