Seafood cooking class and lunch in the heart of Sorrento

  • 3 hr

Itinerary Details

Seafood cooking class and lunch in the heart of Sorrento

Learn how to make a 3-course Italian lunch including pasta from scratch and a simple yet delicious way to cook fresh fish, and then dine on your creations!

• You’ll be greeted with a welcome Prosecco that's paired with salt and pepper shrimp. Then you'll learn to prepare coffee Tiramisu, followed by fresh pasta and the fish main course. After, you'll enjoy your handmade food for lunch.
• A welcome glass of Prosecco and wine with the meal are included
• Takes place at the Quanto Basta cooking school, a small street-front restaurant in the center of town
• Communal cooking class and dining for up to 4 people
• Antonino is a chef who learned how to cook from his grandmother

About your host, Antonino: "I've realized that my generation is missing something important: the handmade food techniques and traditions that are passed down over time. It was from this love of food that I became the executive chef and founder of Quanto Basta, the first street-front cooking school in my town."

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welcome drink

Welcome prosecco served with salt & pepper shrimps

first course

Handmade pasta like gnocchi, ravioli, scialatielli served with clams and mussels

second course

Fish “Acquapazza”style (with cherry tomatoes) or fish in salt crost


Coffee tiramisù
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