May Kaidee Cooking School. 5 stars no doubt. A must while in Bangkok is to take a cooking class as I have mentioned in numerous posts.
You can learn to cook local dishes and even take the recipes home with you.
Some of the dishes pictured above include the classic Papaya Salad. And this dish was absolutely delicious. Healthy, fresh, refreshing. I mean, you could taste the freshness in the ingredients. The freshness of the chilis and the freshness of the papaya and limes and lime juice. I swear I could live on a diet of papaya salad and only papaya salad.
We even made pad thai and spring rolls and mango sticky rice. And let me tell you, I have never tasted mango quite so sweet until I visited Bangkok. Thai food is so full of flavor and so well balanced and layered.
Additionally, we made tom yum soup. I can still taste its richness. So hearty. This is another dish that I could eat every day. Tom Yum soup is a Thai hot and sour soup. It is usually cooked with shrimp and is characterized by its distinct hot and sour flavors. The soup is also made with fresh ingredients, lemongrass, lime leaves, galangal, lime juice, fish sauce, crushed red chili peppers. Who does not love those fresh Thai ingredients that you get to cook with.
The staff at May Kaidee is so friendly, and the English is great. They make the experience a wonderful one. Additionally, they offer quite the range of cooking classes. You can learn traditional Thai Cooking, fruit carving, soy milk and desserts, sauces and desserts, making chili paste and more.