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maya ubud - cooking class

Cooking Class

Cooking Adventure in Maya's Spice Garden

Traditional Balinese cuisine plays a major part in the culture and religion of this captivating island.  It’s the use of spices in their ‘makanan’ that have westerners fascinated.

Local condiments such as ginger, kerupuk, laos and lemon basil are used generously in most dishes. Other condiments that are more common would be lemongrass, lime, nutmeg, shallots, turmeric and soy sauce.

While other cuisines throughout the world use these condiments, unique spices such as salam leaf, kencur and tamarind pulp do offer unique taste sensations.

Here at Maya Ubud our Balinese Chefs share their concepts of food.  After a brief tour of the Organic Spice and Herb Garden, you will be taken to our village style kitchen and be shown five easy-to-prepare dishes. This is followed by a relaxing lunch eating your very own creations!

Cooking class menu:

  • Soto Ayam
  • Pepes Ikan
  • Satay Chicken
  • Plecing Kangkung
  • Nasi Goreng
  • Welcome drink
  • Cooking apron
  • Balinese cookbook 

Cooking class time : 11.00 AM sharp

Lunch: 12.30 - 1.00 PM


Please reserve by latest 5:00pm one day ahead. Classes are for a minimum of two persons and include lunch. 

In the event of wet weather the class will be held at Maya Sari Asiatique 

Price: USD 60 per person

Prices are subject to 21% service charge and tax