Your cooking class begins when you meet your small group limited to seven people or less at a restaurant in central Rome.
Before you begin, choose the style of pizza and sauce you’d like to make. You have quite a few options to choose from: fresh garlic and oregano for a marinara pizza; tomato, basil, and mozzarella for a classic Margherita; and salami, chili, and anchovies for other types. Once you decide, a professional chef helps you along every step of the way.
After your pizza is prepared, take part in a tasting session with your group. Then, finish the tour with a stroll around the city center.