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Old 20-05-2006, 06:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hopefully this will be the most comprehensive list on schools and courses for learning the art of cooking Thai food in Thailand.
Most of these courses include a morning trip to the local Thai market to buy food that you will be cooking, some include daily transportation to and from your hotel for free and some don't.
All of these courses expect you to eat what you and your fellow learning chefs have cooked, so if you see me at one of these courses your best bet is to demand a refund and don't die of food poisoning.


Bangkok, cooking courses in and around Bangkok.

Baipai Thai cooking school
The school is set in a wooden Thai style house and is Accredited by the Ministry of Education of Thailand, courses start from 1,400baht.

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Learn to cook Thai food
A 3 and a half hour course here costs 120 US dollars.

The Landmark Hotel, Nipa Thai Restaurant
A quick 30 minute lesson, daily at 13.00-13.30 hrs or 16.30-17.00 hrs, costs a mere 750 net per person. The price is inclusive of a cooking class apron, cooking recipe sheet, spices, herbs and a voucher for "Tom Yum Krung" at our Nipa Thai Restaurant. Taken from their website to give you an idea of prices, many other courses available here.

The Blue Elephant Cooking School and Royal Thai Cuisine
2,800 Baht per person, per class.6,000 Baht per person, per class. ( Vegetarian class )5,000 Baht per person for a package of two courses.10,000 Baht per person for a package of five morning or five afternoon courses. or 68,000 Baht for a 5 day professional chef private course.
As you can see it is quite expensive but it is held in a 100 year old mansion.

Learn To Cook Thai Food In Your Own Kitchen
2,000baht and "May" will come to your house with the ingredients and teach you how to cook 3 dishes of your choice from her menu.

Thai Cooking School in Bangkok
9.30am to 2.30 pm every weekday, for 2,000baht perday you will learn to prepare and make around 6 differant Thai dishes each day.

Baking and Cooking School
No prices for this one but it does seem quite professional, from fruit carving to baking bread and cakes.




Chang Mai, learn to cook Thai food in Chang Mai.

Chiang Mai Cooking School
Learn to cook Thai food for as little as 800baht perday, also includes pick ups from your hotel.

Baan Thai Cooking School
This one seems to be a good deal with lessons starting as little as 700baht.

Gap's School Of Thai Culinary Art
This school does a 1 or 2 day course and prices start from 900baht.

Kao Hom Culinary Treasure Cooking School
This school offers upto 6 days of lessons of 4 hours perday at 1,300baht perday.

Chang Mai Thai Cookery School
1 to 5 day lessons on all aspects of Thai cooking, from 990baht for one day or 4,600baht for the 5 day course.
Here is a write up on the school

Chiang Mai Kitchen Cooking School
The learning to cook Thai food courses here seem pretty good, they will pick you up from your hotel, it is actually a full days course, and they will also let you stay in their wooden shack if you book a course.

Website blocked in Thailand due to her anti Thaskin statements, but prices start from 800baht perday

Thai Cookery School
Learn to cook Thai food for as little as 990baht perday.

My Mom's Kitchen
Nice website with lot's of info about Thai herbs and vegetables but no prices.

Air's Culinary Thai Kitchen
2 Courses on how to prepare fine Thai food and both cost 1,650baht for the day. The open air kitchen where you learn to cook is 155 square meters and is set in 1.6 acres of landscaped gardens.

Noi's Kitchen
Well all I can say is that Noi is some guy trying to teach farangs how to cook Thai food.

Smile House Thai Cookery Lessons
Very poor site with little information.

Wayfarers Thailand Thai Cookery
At 35 to 70 dollars perday to learn how to cook Thai food it does seem a tad pricey, but as they say you get what you pay for, well sometimes.


Chumphon.

Runs 'N Roses
In the Thai cooking workshops of Runs 'N Roses you will learn how to use the herbs and spices such as galangal, kaffir lime, and lemon grass and taste the tropical flavors of tamarind, coconut, and various curries. We will teach you basic Thai cooking and how to apply it in preparing Thai dishes, from 500baht per day.


Hua Hin, learn to cook in Hua Hin.

The Thai Culinary School
Morning and evening places available here, no prices listed though.


Bang Saen,Chonburi, learn how to cook right near Bang Saen Beach.

Royal Thai School Of Culinary Arts
This is probably one of the most professional schools in Thailand for learning to cook Thai food, courses start from halfday lessons from 1,271baht, to courses as long as 5 weeks, all profits go to charity.


Koh Samui, schools in Koh Samui.

Samui Institute of Thai Culinary Arts
2 courses perday of two and a half hours each for 1,600baht each.

Siam Kitchen on Lamai beach
Two 3 hour courses perday where you get to learn how to cook 4 main Thai meals from one of their 6 set menus.

The Laem Set Inn
Here they charge 1,500baht per person and it is a minimum of 2 people per class, so if your on your own expect to pay 3,000baht for your one day course, it seems that you learn to cook 3 Thai dishes per course.


Phuket, learning to cook Thai food in Phuket.

Pat's Traditional Thai Cooking Classes
They state that it is hands on experience of cooking Thai food, but they later state that you will get to pass on the food to Pat so she can cook it.

Dusit Laguna Resort cooking class
2 Hour lessons to learn how to make delicious Thai food for a mere 1,600+++baht.

Phukets Thai Cookery School
1 to 5 day courses starting at 1,900baht.

Phuket Health Spa
5 and a half day course to teach you how to make Thai food properly.

Mom Tri's boathouse, How To cook Thai food
8 Hour course over 2 days is only 3,200+++baht, seems quite a bargain, na it don't but English irony probably goes over some of your heads so to speak.




Krabi, Learning to Cook Thai food in Krabi.

Thai Cooking Classes On The Beach
This place sounds great, let's just all hope that their cooking skills are better than their web design skills.

The Yummy Taste School of Cookery
"Ya", got her Diploma in food and nutrition over 20 years ago, 2 lessons perday of nearly 6 hours for 1,000baht per lesson.


Koh Samet, Learn to Cook Thai Food on The Beautiful Beach at Koh Samet.

Jep's Bungalow and Restaurant does Thai Cooking classes to suit your needs.




Hotels that have lessons on cooking Thai food

Bangkok, Places to learn Thai recipes in Bangkok.

Amari Airport
Tel : 0 2566 1020
Amari Boulevard
Tel : 0 2255 2930
Arnoma Bangkok
Tel : 0 2255 3410
Bangkok Center
Tel : 0 2238 4848
Bangkok Mariott Spa & Resort
Tel : 0 2476 0021
Bangkok Palace
Tel : 0 2253 0510
Best Western Jade Pavilion
Tel : 0 2269 4676
Century Park Hotel
Tel : 0 2246 7800-9
Classic Place
Tel : 0 2255 4444
Embassy Suites Windsor Palace
Tel : 0 2258 0160
Grand Hyatt Erawan
Tel : 0 2254 1234
Holiday Inn Silom
Tel : 0 2238 4300
Imperial Impala
Tel : 0 2258 8612
Imperial Queen’s Park
Tel : 0 2261 9000
Indra Regent
Tel : 0 2208 0033
Montien Reverside
Tel : 0 2292 2999
Prince Palace
Tel : 0 2628 1111
Rama Gardens
Tel : 0 2561 1022
Rembrandt
Tel : 0 2261 7100
Royal City
Tel : 0 2435 8888
Royal Princess
Tel : 0 2281 3088
Shangri-la Bangkok
Tel : 0 2236 7777
Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
Tel : 0 2653 0033
Sofitel Central Grand Plaza Bangkok
Tel : 0 2541 1234
Twin Towers
Tel : 0 2216 9555
Tai-Pan
Tel : 0 2260 9888
Tawana Ramada
Tel : 0 2236 0361
Westin Grand Sukhumvit
Tel : 0 2255 2440


Chonburi / Pattaya, Where to learn how to cook Thai food in Thailand.

Best Western Baiyoke
Tel : 0 3842 3300
Grand Jomtien Palace
Tel : 0 3823 1405
Montien Pattaya
Tel : 0 3842 8155
Pattaya Park Beach Resort
Tel : 0 3842 3000
Royal Cliff Beach Resort
Tel : 0 3825 0421
Royal Garden Resort
Tel : 0 3842 8126
Town in Town
Tel : 0 3842 0281
Weekender
Tel : 0 3842 8720
Welcome Jomtien Beach
Tel : 0 3823 2701
Woodlands Resort
Tel : 0 3842 1707


Chiang Mai, Cooking Thai food in Thailand.

Amari Rincome
Tel : 0 5322 1044
Chiang Mai Hills
Tel : 0 5321 0030
Chiang Mai Plaza
Tel : 0 5327 0036
Empress Chiang Mai
Tel : 0 5327 2467
City Inn
Tel : 0 5327 0710
Holiday Inn Chiang Mai
Tel : 0 5322 0100
Imperial Mae Ping
Tel : 0 5327 0160
Lotus Pang Suan Kaew
Tel : 0 5322 4333
Novotel Chiang Mai
Tel : 0 5322 5500
Suriwong Zenith
Tel : 0 5327 0051
Westin Chiang Mai
Tel : 0 5327 5300


Chiang Rai, Places that teach you how to cook Thai food.

Golden Triangle
Tel : 0 5377 7001
Baan Boran
Tel : 0 5378 4084
Wangcome
Tel : 0 5371 1811


Phuket, Learning to cook Thai food in Phuket.

Boathouse
Tel : 0 7633 0015
Dusit Laguna
Tel : 0 7632 4320
Holiday Inn Resort
Tel : 0 7634 0608
Kamala Bay Terrace
Tel : 0 7627 0801
Karon Villa
Tel : 0 7638 1139
Laguna Beach Club
Tel : 0 7632 4352
Le Meridien Phuket
Tel : 0 7634 0480
Pearl Village
Tel : 0 7631 1379
Phuket Island Resort
Tel : 0 7638 1010
Sheraton Grand Laguna
Tel : 0 7632 4101
Thavorn Beach Village
Tel : 0 7634 0486
Thavorn Palm Beach
Tel : 0 7639 6090


Krabi

Phra Nang Inn
Tel / Fax : 0 7561 2173
Rayavadee Resort
Tel : 0 7562 0740-3

Samui

Central Samui
Tel : 0 2230 5000
Imperial Samui
Tel : 0 7742 2020-36
Poppies Samui
Tel : 0 7742 2389
Santiburi Dusit Resort
Tel : 0 7742 5031


A list of online websites with Thai recipes and how to make your own Thai dishes.

Clay's Kitchen
262 easy to follow Thai Recipes.

All Recipes
More of an International food website but has 116 Thai Recipes.

Recipe Zaar
An International food website, but has 636 Thai Recipes.

Cooks
One of my favourite international food websites with 170 listed Thai Recipes.

Ashtray Recipes
International Recipe website with nearly 200,000 recipes, quite a few Thai Recipes.

Asia Recipes
Recipes covering many differant Asian countries.

Easy Thai Food
Website that specialises in Thai Recipes.

A few Thai Recipes Here
Small selection of Thai Recipes at this site.

Thai Table
Nice site with some nice Thai Recipes.

Appon's Thai Food Recipes
A large selection of Thai Dishes and Desserts.

A Taste Of Thai
Thai Dishes and Recipes.

Thai Food
Some Thai Recipes here, but this site also lists thousand's of Thai Restaurants from all over the world.

Thai Vegetarian Recipes
16 Thai Vegetarian Dishes.

Import Food
Many Thai recipes here, also if your in the States they will send you Thai ingredients by UPS.



Learn How To Prounce Thai Dishes with this interactive Thai speaking dictionary

Learn how to cook Thai Food using these great free videos
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Great list! I'll have to check out one of those schools in Chiang Mai when I get out there.

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Marriot Resort in Pattaya also has a course. It was 1500 baht, maximum class size 4. Make reservations at least one day in advance. The course is taught at the outdoor kitchen near the pool.

Usually 3 courses per couple. There were 3 of us so we had six different dishes, each prepared twice (each person prepared 4 dishes).

The class was fun, food was tasty, probably turned out to be 3x more than we could eat, unfortunately. Hated to waste the food.

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Yes...very useful. When I'm next in Pattaya I'll take a break form soi yodsak and go learn to cook thai food. ????
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Never mind Thai food, my missus does that, and there isn't a shortage of places to buy it.

I've been learning how to bake bread with a rice-cooker.
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I've been learning how to bake bread with a rice-cooker.
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That sounds cool. Will you post a thread about it?
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What if you brake up with the missus and brake a leg? Ooops, you can always order pizza.
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Well, good on ya for the list, DD, but I think me missus will continue to do the cooking in my house. Ain't met a farang yet that can cook Thai worth a damn...
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Ain't met a Farang yet that has the patience to cut the vegetables right, do the 'nam prik ca pic' right OR, make Papaya Salad worth a damn...
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Well, good on ya for the list, DD, but I think me missus will continue to do the cooking in my house. Ain't met a farang yet that can cook Thai worth a damn...
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Ain't met a Farang yet that has the patience to cut the vegetables right, do the 'nam prik ca pic' right OR, make Papaya Salad worth a damn...

maybe true, but a good chef always has an assistant to do all that stuff
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Ain't met a Farang yet that has the patience to cut the vegetables right, do the 'nam prik ca pic' right OR, make Papaya Salad worth a damn...
There is nothing difficut about making Thai food, I cook most of ours at home, smply because I enjoy cooking and the wife has a limited repertoire, I like to get a bit more adventurous.
Last time I was back in OZ acquaintance opened a new restaurant, the food was a shocker so spent a couple of weeks showing how.
Sounds arrogant I know, but thats how it was, the "cooks" were Thai students part timing, they didn't have a bloody clue.
I agree that you probably have not met a faraang that knows how to cook Thai food, but you have not met a multi talented new age man with such a broad range of skills, such as myslf before.
Poor bastard you are.
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My friend and I went to the Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School last year and it was great. I highly reccomend it.
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I noticed in the west the vegatables availiable in the market are very different from what the Thais use, ie the greens, eggplant, none of the little green berry things in the chilli paste dishes, etc. It is very difficult to fully mimic Thai cooking in the west.
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Old 26-11-2008, 03:12 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Exclamation New Thai cooking school in Koh Mak ( update )

Koh Mak Island

Smile Koh Mak Thai cooking school ; Open november 2008 near Pano resort
Tel 08 19 01 99 72 ( Leng )
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divion Might not make it as a Thai Expatdivion Might not make it as a Thai Expat
Never Ever Heard So Much Crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just Befriend A Real Thai Person & Ask Them To Teach You! I Grew Up In France & Learnt To Cook By Exposure! The Best Way!

Why Do Poms Need Someone To Teach Them & Rip Them Off!

Get Off Your Arse Get Some Fresh Ingredients & A Thai Native They Will Teach You Pronto!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Exclamation Thai cooking school in Koh Chang or koh Mak

Thai Cooking school in Koh Chang and Koh Mak

Blue lagoon Thai cooking school Koh Chang Tel 08 12 86 67 49 ( Nam )

Kati culinary Klong Prao Koh Chang Tel 08 19 03 04 08 ( Ning )

Smile Thai cooking school Koh Mak Tel 08 19 01 99 72 ( Leng )
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