Indonesia is a blessed country rich in history, arts, cultures and traditions. Its diverse cuisine is a celebration of this wealth. Hotel Tugu Blitar introduces a unique hands-on kitchen experience that exposes guests to centuries-old tradition in Indonesian gastronomy, speficially Javanese cuisine, embracing authentic, indigenous cooking techniques and ingredients. Glimpse into the beautiful simplicity and exotic richness of Indonesian cooking and dining culture. .
The half-day cooking class starts with a becak (cycle rickshaw) trip to the local market for fresh ingredients, and cooking in a kitchen designed to resemble an Indonesian streetside food stall from centuries ago. The class covers the techniques of making and presenting traditional Javanese dishes such as Nasi Goreng and ethnic delicacies like Kue Lumpur Telo Ungu and Kue Cara Isi.
The Cooking Class is offered at USD 79.00 net/person, with a minimum of two participants (single supplement: USD 12.00). The price of the 90-minute class includes a traditional Indonesian lunch and a Tugu apron. The prices are net and valid until 31 March 2017.