Let's DimSum in Shanghai!
Have a Dimsum Party and Yum Cha at your next dinner party!
About the workshop
Located in the middle of the French Concession, look forward to a hands-on cooking class with our professional and bilingual Chefs! In this private DimSum Class, you will have the choice of choosing from the following listed dimsum dishes - and receive recipes in English, Chinese and Japanese to bring home!
Dimsum traditionally comes from Hong Kong, but has it’s roots in Chinese Culture and refer to prepared bite-sized delicacies. These delicacies are typically served in a bamboo-made steamer basket or small plate, and the concept is tied to yum cha (Chinese: 饮茶；Cantonese: yám chàh; pinyin: yǐnchá; literally: "drink tea”), a tradition stemmed from travelers stopping at tea houses along the ancient Silk Road for tea and delicacies.
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What you will experience
1. Chef will hand out written recipes in English, Chinese and Japanese - Our Chefs are all professionally trained and completely bilingual in both English and Chinese :)
2. Chef will give out professional kitchen attire incl. apron and chef’s hats!
3. Chef will demonstrate and give hands-on instruction on preparing each dish
4. It's time to eat*!
*You are welcome to have your meal as lunch/ dinner or pack it home with provided containers!
Note: All dimsum dishes can be made vegetarian. Simply leave a comment on your dietary restrictions in the check-out page!
Cancellation is free of charge 24 hours before the scheduled start time.
Booking must be made 3 days before the scheduled start time.
Established in 2003, we are the first full time and hands-on expats targeted cooking program in Shanghai.
IMPORTANT: Please make sure to inform Chef or a Culturally Representative of any allergies or food dislikes before the workshop commences.
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.
Nearby this workshop
French Concession, The Shanghai Library