Gourmet Retreats

Gourmet Retreats

Las Ventanas Al Paraiso, Los Cabos, Mexico 

Catering to its guests like royalty and offering a mouth-watering gastronomic experience, Las Ventanas al Paraiso is an exceptionally beautiful resort. Apart from enjoying a luxurious stay, patrons can indulge in a traditional Mexican “barbacoa” (barbecue) making, which is followed by a family meal. Not just that, the hotel arranges a “challenge the chef” competition, wherein guests prepare the dish for the chef to judge. There is also a one-on-one blind tasting with a tequila master, which is equally exciting. So, are you ready for some fun and food?

Philipkutty's Farm, Kerala 

This farm is ideal for those who are pleased with an architecturally designed waterfront villa on an island alongside the Kerala backwaters. Known for providing a homelike stay to its visitors, the property offers a lavish cooking holiday experience. The guests can try their hands on cooking the best Kerala cuisine, which has a predominant Christian influence. Since the farm is situated near a river, there are plenty of meat and fish options available to cook, unlike other places where the focus is solely on vegetarian preparations. 

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok 

This Thai charmer alongside the banks of the Chao Phraya River is an example of traditional Thai-style luxury along with well-equipped amenities. And, where better to learn the art of Thai cuisine than in Bangkok? From preparation of ingredients to finishing touches, this hotel’s cooking session promotes an interactive approach with its guests. You’ll learn the knick-knacks of how to grind spices into a paste, immerse into the secrets of traditional Thai cooking styles like stir-fry. You can also find out how to perfectly blend the unique flavours of Southeast Asia.

Raas, Jodhpur 

Take a seat and set your taste buds free as you delight in dining at Raas Jodhpur. Known for offering state-of-the-art amenities, the property offers cherished culinary memories. The hotel has two restaurants, which offer Indian, Mediterranean, and Thai cuisine to the tourists. Guests can prepare their own four-course dinner by taking part in the cooking classes hosted by the resident chefs. They guide their patrons on how to cook Mughlai and Rajasthani dishes. In addition, chefs will also let you know the secret ingredients and techniques involved in preparing a particular dish.

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