Event: tapas cooking class in partnership with the Avenue Cookery School

Event: tapas cooking class in partnership with the Avenue Cookery School

Join us for an evening filled with some of our favourite flavours and classic tapa dishes.

  • Date: Tuesday, the 17th of May
  • Time: 19:00-22:00
  • Location: Wandsworth, SW18 1FZ
  • Price: £99 per person

We've partnered with the Avenue Cookery School in West London to take over an evening of their increasingly booked-out tapas class to talk and taste olive oil while their chefs show us how to make some iconic Mediterranean tapas, starting with a Spanish tortilla and ending with a chocolate mousse.

Other tapas will be in the mix, as will be BOTTOMLESS wine.

We took their knife skills course last year and just knew once we got our new harvest in, it would make for a wonderful evening of learning from their chefs and enjoying all the ways to cook with olive oil.

Book a ticket here on their site and select the drop-down for the 4th of May.*

Tickets are £99 per person and include all the food, individual support from the team of chefs, bottomless wine, and more in the link above.

Excited to see some of our Citizens there!

 

*This is the only date we'll be doing, so while the class is still always amazing—it won't have the BONUS of an EVOO tasting and tips.  

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