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Instant Turkey

This is not just a cooking class with a trip to the markets, wonderful views and fine foods. It is... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2017
Wonderful day cooking in Bodrum

For a day you won't soon forget, let Asli take you to the farm to pick the food you will cook... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2016
Tina L
Huntington Beach, California, United States
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22 Jun 2017
“Instant Turkey”
18 Jun 2016
“Wonderful day cooking in Bodrum”
The best way to learn about a new country is to try their food, even better way is to try and cook the dishes of that country. At Erenler Sofrasi we are giving you the opportunity to shop at the fresh fruit markets of Bodrum with our Chef and cook...more
Yarbasan Stone Houses no 13, Ortakent 48000, Turkey
+90 532 248 24 79
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

This is not just a cooking class with a trip to the markets, wonderful views and fine foods. It is a geography, history and philosophy lesson all rolled into one - a truly enjoyable day and wonderful value.

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Reviewed 18 June 2016 via mobile

For a day you won't soon forget, let Asli take you to the farm to pick the food you will cook together. She welcomed us into her beautiful home and together we cooked a delicious meal, learned new techniques, and felt like we were with...More

Thank Tina L
Reviewed 18 July 2015

Being three guests including a teenager, we decided to skip the cooking class and jump straight to booking dinner at ERENLER SOFRASI, Asli's restaurant. The setting and ambiance was lovely within a walled garden, under the olive trees, listening to music provided by a trio...More

Thank Peter_Haddow
Reviewed 5 July 2015 via mobile

We can only rave about how great our cooking class was. We visited a farmers market, cooked up a feast and enjoyed a lovely meal with our informative, interesting and friendly teacher surrounded by her husbands art at her beautiful little restaurant. Highly recommended for...More

Thank wanderingnami
Reviewed 7 June 2015 via mobile

I rate this experience as 3.5 stars. I really enjoyed the cooking class. It included a trip to the market, the cooking class, and a very nice fresh meal with a variety of mezze. Everything was delicious; we made bean hummus, a bulgur dish, artichokes,...More

2  Thank DagnyTa
Reviewed 20 April 2015

Asli's half day Foodie Adventure was the best way to spend my last day in Bodrum... On a usual day you would visit a local market but as there was no market today we went to some local delis, bakeries and butchers... The deli was...More

Thank egypt1am
Reviewed 28 November 2014

we decided to spend our time in Bodrum at a cooking class. it started at the market where the chef, also owner of the restaurant, met us and did some shopping for our adventure and left us time to shop as well--spices, olives, teas, nuts,...More

Thank MadisonRosie
Reviewed 11 August 2014 via mobile

After a great dinner at Erenler Sofrasi restaurant we've found out that the chef Asli is also helding cooking classes. So I've enrolled immediately for the next day's class. It was an amazing experience, starting with the visit of local market to pick-up the best...More

Thank Kaetana L
Reviewed 2 July 2014

Cooking with Asli, only for a couple of hours (baklava) was a fun and instructive experience. Later, in the evening, we also have an amazing supper: the mezes are out of this world!! Turkish wine (selected by Asli husband, a, excellent connoisseur) was also a...More

Thank Andrei K
Reviewed 18 June 2014

My son and I spent a lovely morning and afternoon in cooking classes with Aslihan Mutlu at her beautiful restaurant learning the art of Turkish cooking. We started at the local Turkish Delight maker (what a lovely man!), then to the local market with so...More

Thank Sally W
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