Pastel de Nata - Hands-on Pastel de Nata Cooking Class in Lisbon, Portugal

Tasting
Local Food
Activity
City Tasting, Cooking Class
Included
Tour guide
Languages
English
Theme
City, Cultural, Historical
Minimum Drinking Age
18
$
51
34
/ Person
TRUSTED PARTNER
José S
Activity Overview
Pastel de Nata (Portuguese egg tart), probably Portugal most iconic pastry.

This 19-century delicacy, created in monasteries, has became a national symbol. Have you ever wondered how do they do that? Have you ever desired to learn the secrets of this sugary temptation, to take them home with you and amaze all your family and friends?

So, during 2 hours you will learn how to make our famous pastel de Nata (Portuguese Egg tart) and another typical treat. A perfect marriage between sweetness and saltiness.

We will give you the opportunity to cook these famous Portuguese recipes, always explaining the origins and stories behind them.
 
Practical information
What to Bring:
Comfortable shoes (please avoid flip flops)
 
Included
  • Insurance
  • Equipment and necessary ingredients
  • Water, tea and coffee
  • Cooking instructor
  • You will eat what you cook
  • Digital recipes
Not Included
  • Transfer
  • Liquors
Rates
Per
Price
Pricing Info
Person
$
51
34
Adult (Ages 14+)
Children
Per
Price
Pricing Info
Child
$
28
52
Children (Ages 8-13)
Timing
Dates
Start Time
Weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday4:00 PM
Duration
2 H
More Info
Cancellation Policy
Standard
  • Cancellations made 2 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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