If you enjoy food and are looking for a unique Barcelona experience, then our TOP-RATED Paella Cooking Class is right for you. First, start with a visit to La Boqueria Market, Catalonia's oldest and one of the most iconic markets in the world. Then you will head to The GAB LAB (our kitchen/dining room), where you will be welcomed with some traditional Spanish Sangria and fresh seasonal tapas. Afterward, roll up your sleeves and throw on an apron as your Chef shows you how to prepare one of the city's best Seafood Paellas (Vegetarian option also available). Then sit down with your new friends and enjoy the meal you helped create. You will also receive a copy of the recipe when finished so that you can recreate this dish at home! It's a fun, informative, and unique way to discover the culture and tradition of this famous Spanish dish. Whether you are just getting started in the kitchen or a veteran Michelin star chef, everyone will find something to enjoy! Plus, you will have the opportunity to meet people worldwide and create memories that will last a lifetime. We would love to have you join us! ** ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - The experience lasts about 2.5 to 3 hours and is capped at about 12ppl. The market is closed on Sundays and public holidays. However, we have local providers, so you will still enjoy a delicious fresh meal. If you are interested in hosting a private event or celebration, we can host up to 25 people. Please use the PRIVATE GROUP link tab in the menu up top.
La Boqueria Market - Our chef will take you to visit the world-famous La Boqueria market to collect the fresh ingredients for your paella.
Traditional Spanish Sangria - Learn some finer points in turning wine into this world-famous Spanish drink.
Selection of Seasonal Tapas - A selection of fresh seasonal tapas (approx 4-5) to taste
Interactive Paella Class - Both entertaining and educational this paella cooking class with the chef is great for all levels of chef.
Family Style Meal - Enjoy the meal with your new family and friends at our large dining room table.
Paella Recipe (Home Version) - A copy of the recipe so you can recreate the dish at home to impress your friends and family.
Complete Paella Interactive Experience
Meet your personal chef and teacher for this experience!
Executive Chef Gabriel
Executive Chef Gabriel has explored every corner of Spain, searching for the best paella recipes and techniques. Over the past five years, he has honed his skills and is now writing a book about Paella to share his enthusiasm with others. Thousands of pupils from around the world have already benefitted from his expertise. Seriously, his Seafood Paella has been praised as one of the best in the city. Now, he is excited to share his passion and experience with you!
Apron and cooking utensils (for use)
Freshly made seasonal tapas (approx 3-4)
Sangria, Red Wine or non-alcoholic beverages
Interactive Paella Class
A copy of the recipes
New friends and a set of memories to last a lifetime!
Additional alcoholic drinks
The heart and soul of everything we do
Welcome to The GAB LAB
1. Where is the meeting point/address?
The meeting point for your experience is at Gastronomic Arts Barcelona (The GAB LAB).
Address: Carrer de Lancaster, 10, Bajo 1a, 08001 Barcelona.
2. What is the duration of the cooking class?
The class typically lasts for 2.5 to 3 hours
3. How do I contact you for inquiries or assistance?
You can reach us at:
email@example.com for general inquiries or questions about reservations.
For gift card-related queries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our customer support team is available [mention operating hours] to assist you.
4. What if I am running late?
Please arrive a few minutes early as we would hate for you to miss the market visit and any important information at the start of the class. If you are late, and the group has already left, you can meet back at the meeting point about 40 minutes after the class has started. There is a doorbell just above the white mailbox.
5. How does billing work?
Reservations made online or on-site will appear as "FORMACION LANCASTER S.L."
6. Do you have recommendations for nearby accommodations or hotels?
We can suggest some accommodations in the vicinity. Please reach out to us, and we'll be happy to assist you in finding suitable options.
7. Do you host private events?
Yes, we host corporate, private, and custom events. Use the Private Group tab or contact us.
8. Are children allowed?
All ages are welcome, but those under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult due to safety concerns
9. Can I bring a friend who didn't register in advance?
We recommend registering in advance to secure a spot. If your friend decides to join last minute, please contact us to check for availability.
10. Can I bring my luggage, bags, or bike?
Yes, we have space for your items, but we don't assume responsibility for them.
11. What is the cancellation policy?
Standard Cancellation (1-6 people): Full refund if canceled 24 hours before class.
Private/Group Reservations (7+ people): Cancellation fees apply if not canceled in advance.
SEE FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS HERE
12. How do the gift cards work?
Gift cards can only be used on available dates/times from our website: GastrononicArtsBarcelona.com
- They expire on December 31, 2024.
- They cannot be redeemed for cash, and lost cards cannot be replaced.
- They are non-transferable and can only be used by the recipient unless otherwise indicated.
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