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Postby haselmaus » Thu Oct 05, 2006 10:29 am

hi there,

I'm interested in attending some cooking classes here in kl...if someone have info pls let me know..

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Postby lianne_kang » Mon Dec 25, 2006 8:16 pm

Hi there! I am looking for the same too and had found some places, you might be keen. What type of cooking you looking for ? Anyway, here is a run down of three that I know off, now.

a) Mandarin Oriental (3 course cooking class)
b) A chinese cooking class ran by a well known cookbook author (Patsy), her class is in Paramount Garden Section 20/7.

If you happen to go to Langkawi, there is one in Lighthouse Restaurant, that offers authentic Malay cooking class.

Ciao, lianne
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Postby Rita » Sun Mar 18, 2007 5:42 pm


I am conduct cooking classes. And it's one to one basis. The classes are held in the students' place. Interested please email me at [Email address removed, please use pm function]

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Postby arkin » Wed Apr 25, 2007 9:50 am

a new malaysian cooking class has recently (March '07) opened up in a bungalow in PJ . the classes are for 3 to 10 , by Malaysian ladies mainly for expats and visitors. Some friends have attended and enjoyed the experience and you get to eat what you cook, the webpage is
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Postby Rita » Wed May 23, 2007 4:53 pm


I teach cooking for expatriate. Anyone interested please email me at [email address removed, please use pm function***Gina]

The classes can be conducted either at my place or at the student's place. Most students prefer to be at their place.

Classes can be conducted as one to one basis or in a group of maximum 5 pax. It's advisable to have it in a smaller class for better attention.

My rates are very resonable.
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Postby IndianLady » Wed May 23, 2007 6:27 pm

just wonder, we can learn from many recipes right which can get from online or books or magazines, just try few times than you can master it already, even we can create our own recipes too sometimes...
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Postby Rita » Fri Sep 07, 2007 4:21 pm

Daer Madam,

I am teaching cooking around Kl and Selangor area. It class are held eithr at the student's place or my place. It's a small group in every class.
If interested please email me at
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Postby emmajacks » Tue Sep 21, 2010 8:08 am

I know this is an old discussion but just in case anyone is seriously interested in learning about Malaysian cooking, Ms Rohani does fantastic cooking classes at her very elegant cooking school called Bayan Indah.

I think the website is - this is just simply our favourite place in Malaysia.
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Postby svens » Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:44 am

hi, i found another cooking class at USJ Subang is at Cilantro Culinary - Academy they offer
1 About Bread & Cakes
2 Nyonya Kuih Delight
3 Favourite Dim Sum
4 Indian Specialty
5 Italian Favourite
6 DIY Christmas

i am joining the class very soon in october. :)
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