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Small-Group Pasta Making with a Local Chef in Rome

  • Gain intimate knowledge of Italian cuisine with this pasta-cooking class
  • Learn how to make pasta from scratch from an Italian chef
  • Small group of fellow food lovers makes for an intimate experience
Small-Group Pasta Making with a Local Chef in Rome
From US$93.10
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Visits to Italy usually involve eating lots of pasta, but this small-group class gives you an in-depth Italian cuisine experience by teaching how to make it yourself from scratch. With a chef as your guide, hone your skills while sipping prosecco and snacking on local appetizers. Sit down to sample the fruits of your labor during an intimate meal on a rooftop terrace with views of Rome.

What to Expect
Meet your chef guide and small group at a private loft apartment in central Rome, where you will be greeted with a glass of prosecco and traditional Italian appetizers.

After a brief introduction to pasta’s role in Italian cuisine, tie on your apron and get started. Learn how to make pasta from scratch, an important skill for any chef. You'll go in depth with the different types of pasta and which sauces complement them best. You’ll acquire way more knowledge than you would ever get from simply eating in a restaurant.

Once your meal is finished, sit down on a private outdoor terrace to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Sip wine and take the opportunity to ask your guide all about Italian food and other attractions in Rome.
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Phenomenal cooking class and food

This class is a must for anyone looking to learn more about pasta. The meeting point was easy to find and the class is easy to get to. The instructors, Roberto and Stefano, were fantastic. They hit the right balance of teaching and letting the...More

Thank PDX13346
Reviewed 5 days ago
Definitely Recommend

I took my 9 year old daughter to this while traveling to Rome recently and it was definitely one of the highlights of our trip! Such a great atmosphere being out on the terrace and the food was authentic and delicious! The hosts were extremely...More

Thank Kate S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
We had a Blast!

Our chefs were amazing and cooking on a rooftop in Rome was breathtaking! After some light appetizers and Prosecco we began making pasta. We made fettuccine and a ravioli stuffed w/ spinach and ricotta filling. The sauces were amazing! Chefs cooked our pastas and served...More

Thank Pamela M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Must Do - Pasta Making in Rome

Ran across this tour on internet and at first I was a little skeptical but this was an amazing experience. We met in the square and were walked to the roof top apartment where we learned to make Ravioli and Fettucine from scratch. It was...More

Thank BamaGeek11
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
In heaven with my Gluten Free fresh pasta

I was in Rome for business, and this looked like a great and fun experience to do in the evening instead of trying to figure out where to go for fresh pasta. The experience from beginning to end was so much fun! Making fresh pasta...More

Thank SCV3
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14 June 2018|
Response from Tara G | Reviewed this property |
Yes, my 11 year old daughter did the class and there was also a 10 year old boy from another family! The kids had a great time too! I don't recall the price, but all that information is listed on The Walks of Italy website... More
7 June 2018|
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Response from Matthew W | Reviewed this property |
We made 2 main categories - Ravioli and Chitarra. The main dish was a tomato based sauce (Pasta Amatriciana) and the Ravioli had a cheese based filling. Variations were supplied for vegetarians and lactose intolerant. I... More
9 May 2018|
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Response from Kelley C | Reviewed this property |
I would say allow at least 3-4 hours, depending on the class size. It was a fantastic experience! There were delicious snacks and appetizers as well what seemed like never ending prosecco! I have made the pasta recipe... More
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