Catching up with family and friends over a shared meal and glass of wine is always fun – but at home there’s all that preparation and cleaning up, while settling on a restaurant that suits everyone’s taste and budget can prove tricky too.
Until the end of October 2015 we make fuss-free social get-togethers easy with our
Book-for-6-Pay-for-4 Group Discount*
So 6 people can have a great night out from just $360
(to claim a group discount you must book by phone during office hours and mention it at time of booking - discounts cannot be applied retrospectively and only apply to classes held before 1 November 2015)
Ever noticed how as the weather warms up everyone seems to feel more social. Spring and summer are such great times of year to get out and do something different with friends and family … or even meet new people who love what you love. In our case of course that’s great food, talented chefs and a glass (or two) of good wine.
Join us for a Melbourne Cup Day lunch with a difference. Start with a hands-on cooking class featuring three quick and delicious seafood dishes, before sitting down to enjoy your seafood feast with a glass of bubbles and watch the race. Saturday night classes are also very popular at this time of year, as they’re a fun option for pre-Christmas get-togethers. They have a more social vibe than other classes - we start with a glass of wine and seafood canapés - and also offer a great book-for-6-pay-for-5 group discount.
Our November line-up of chefs has a decidedly Asian bent, with Andy Evans from Spice Temple, Red Lantern’s Mark Jensen, Hamish Ingham from Bar H, Paul Donnelly from Ms.G’s making his Seafood School debut, and the mistress of spice, Christine Manfield, presenting another of her popular Saturday workshops.
Seafood School regulars Alessandro Pavoni (Ormeggio at the Spit), Dan Hong (Mr Wong), Mark Best (Marque), Frank Camorra (MoVida), Giovanni Pilu (Pilu at Freshwater), Mike McEnearney (No.1 Bent Street by Mike), Gabriele Taddeucci (Balla), Justin North (Hotel Centennial) and Richie Dolan (Chiswick) reappear in the next few months. While there’s plenty of new blood, with premier appearances from Momofuku’s Paul Carmichael, MoVida Sydney Head Chef Ivalu Otaiza, Josh Niland from Café Nice, Kepos Street Kitchen’s Michael Rantissi and Nic Wong from Cho Cho San.
Remember, a Seafood School gift certificate is a wonderful Christmas present, especially if you make it a shared experience and come along to the class with the recipient. And if you like to plan ahead and are looking for something different to do on 14th February (Valentine’s Day), whether it’s on your own, with a group of friends or with a partner – w that solved with a special Sunday night class featuring Singapore’s two iconic crab dishes: Chilli Crab and Black Pepper Crab.
Whether you come with your parents, kids (we accepts students from 13 years accompanied by a responsible adult), siblings or a group of friends, a Sydney Seafood School cooking class is a fun alternative to going to a restaurant or entertaining at home, especially with our book-for-6-pay-for-5 group discount (special offer for classes held before end of October 2015 book-for-6-pay-for-4).
(*group discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.)