Learn how to cook the hottest new flavours out of Mexico, Peru and Cuba from one of the chefs who brought authentic Latino flavours to Melbourne, Paul Wilson.
The well-known British-born chef (who recently published Cantina: Recipes from a Mexican Kitchen) will teach a hands-on class covering Latino staples like guacamole, ceviche and carne asada. Learn how to integrate new Latin and Australian superfoods into traditional Latino cooking – the ultimate in neuvo cuisine.
After watching Paul’s demonstration, you will start cooking with hands-on instruction. The Urban Kitchen, Melbourne’s largest cooking school, has 44 commercial cooking stations with everything you need to cook like a chef.
About Paul Wilson
Credited with serving some of Australia’s most exciting food, Paul Wilson has been described as one of the most extraordinary culinary talents in the Commonwealth. He continues to receive critical acclaim for crafting inspiring dishes that take an innovative approach to cuisine traditions.
Known for taking classic ideas & exotic food cultures turning them into contemporary dishes, his cooking style spans the globe. His recent ventures have included Newmarket Hotel, Acland St Cantina and soon to be launched Lady Carolina Nuevo Latino Cocina in North Brunswick.
Friday, 7th August 2015, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Prepare Latino staples like guacamole, ceviche and carne asada.
- Integrate new Latin and Australian superfoods into traditional Latino cooking – the ultimate in nuevo cuisine.
- A 3 hour hands-on interactive cooking class
- Creation of a range of dishes under the expert guidance of our celebrity chef
- Cooking at individual commercial grade work stations
- Enjoyment of your prepared meal in our stylish dining room
- Wine matched to your created meal
- Dessert created by our celebrity chef
- Just your passion for authentic Latino flavours!
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Urban Kitchen is the culinary hub Melbourne has been waiting for.
Launched in July 2015, Urban Kitchen is the biggest interactive cooking school in the city, offering hands-on classes by top chefs and food industry experts. Owners Georgie and Ben Vile decided to establish Urban Kitchen after a decade building Bay Leaf Catering into Melbourne’s leading boutique caterer.
Centrally located in South Melbourne, the Urban Kitchen has 44 commercial-grade cooking stations in a bright, open space stretching over 250sq/m. No other cooking school in Melbourne gives participants this level of hands-on experience under the guidance of industry experts.
Stunning city views, private dining rooms, a huge outdoor entertaining area and the latest kitchen equipment add to the experience.
Cooking classes are the main game, but Georgie and Ben want Urban Kitchen to become a food knowledge hub, sharing culinary ideas and expertise in the same way Melbourne’s Wheeler Centre supports books and writing. The cutting-edge kitchen space can also be hired for functions and events.
Urban Kitchen also offers an exciting range of corporate team building events, all just minutes from the CBD and walking distance from the South Melbourne Market.