Inside: Roam the Gnome’s Guide to the Warung Nia Cooking Class
Do something different in Bali – join a cooking class with a difference.
At this popular cooking school in Bali, go treasure hunting on a market tour for fresh ingredients, then be put to work to make TWELVE Indonesian favourites. Prepare your own spices and pastes in the open-air pavilion with a group of new friends.
- 1 The ultimate reward? Eat it all up when you are done.
- 2 Head to Warung Nia Cooking School Bali
- 3 Don’t think you can hide.
- 4 Put this tour top of your Bali Itinerary
- 5 Or skip the cooking and eat at this Seminyak Warung instead.
- 6 The Inside Scoop – Warung Nia Cooking Class Bali
- 7 Toadstool Rating – Warung Nia Seminyak
- 8 Looking for MORE SUPER DOOPER FUN places to visit and things to do in BALI with Kids?
The ultimate reward? Eat it all up when you are done.
Be prepared to roll out of here like a swollen blueberry, Violet Beauregarde style.
Head to Warung Nia Cooking School Bali
Chef Komang and his team will entertain you, make you laugh, and teach you Indonesian recipes you can recreate at home. You won’t regret giving up these three to four hours of your life, that’s certain.
Starting at around 8.30am, the local market tour is led by a guide who dishes up all his secrets on the best local ingredients, herbs and spices to use in Balinese cooking.
Later, you work in pairs or small groups to chop, grind, and stir the ingredients for each dish. One highlight is learning about the different tools you can use – the giant mortar and pestle is astounding!
Don’t think you can hide.
This is a fully interactive experience where your help is necessary and wanted!
You leave with written recipes, AND a certificate to prove you are now a verified “Masterchef”, ready to unleash your new found skills in the kitchen at home.
They call themselves ‘the best Balinese cooking school in Bali’. Do yourself a favour and join in.
Put this tour top of your Bali Itinerary
If a Balinese cooking class sounds like your cup of (lemon) tea, book in today. Warung Nia Cooking School is reported to rank in the top 10 Balinese cooking classes.
- Spice paste for seafood – Base Be pasih (orange in appearance)
- Spice paste for chicken – Base be siap ( yellow in appearance)
- Roasted chicken in banana leaf – Ayam betutu Bali
- Pork in sweet soy sauce – Be celeng base manis
- Chicken satay – Sate Ayam
- Peanut sauce – Base sate
- Miced seafood satay – Sate lilit ikan
- Miced chicken in banana leaf – Tum Ayam
- Green papaya salad with chicken
- Vegetable salad in peanut sauce – Pecelan
- Sweet corn cooconut snack – Urab Jagung
- Fried rice with chicken -Nasi goreng ayam
Add these to your ‘must try food in Bali’ list.
Hot tip: Do not eat breakfast before you go, or you will pop.
Or skip the cooking and eat at this Seminyak Warung instead.
Warung Nia’s Grill Pork Ribs are a must eat in Bali, and you can try Balinese Rijsttafel and other traditional Balinese food here without breaking the bank.
All the noodles and sate you want, with a few hamburgers thrown in. Check out the Warung Nia restaurant menu before you go.
Warung Nia is one of the best warungs in Seminyak. Probably one of the best restaurants in Seminyak to try authentic Balinese food.
Hot tip: Just metres away is a cute Seminyak market where you can buy the most gorgeous embroidered leather wallets. Check them out.
The Inside Scoop – Warung Nia Cooking Class Bali
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Warung Nia Cooking School & Restaurant Address: Kayu Aya Village, inside Flea Market Seminyak – Bali ( next to Oberoi Hotel )
Bookings: Register here to book a class
Telephone: 081 647 235 59, 087 761 556 688, 0361 – 9366133
WhatsApp: 087 761 556 688
Website: Warung Nia cooking school
Opening Hours: Classes run Monday to Saturday, from 8am to 12pm approximately. Meet at the Warung Nia restaurant (address above) for the early morning market tour.
Cost:IDR 1.000.000 (+ 15% Government Tax ). Hot tip: Check the website for 1/2 price promo offers and discounts before you book.
Parking: Taxis park out front. Also designated parking for scooters and private drivers.
How to get there: By Bluebird taxi, Uber, private car with driver, or scooter/motorbike, or walk from local villas/hotels
This cooking school was last reviewed in April 2018.
Toadstool Rating – Warung Nia Seminyak
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