Australian Traveller names Top 5 Best Australian Cooking Schools

Quinten Long from Australian Traveller Magazine names Sticky Rice Cooking School in the Top 5 Best Cooking Schools in Australia on Chanel nine’s Mornings Show. Footage here for the 28 May 2013 live broadcast naming all top 5 cooking schools.

Sticky Rice Cooking School will be five years old in Oct 2013 and to date has been able to attract an impressive list of professional guest chefs such as Michelin Starred David Thompson, Christine Manfield, Vietnamese Chef Luke Nguyen, amongst numerous other regular Top Chefs who teach 4-5 classes per week all year round.

The school has always specialised in giving a hands on experience for all customers and now offers Spanish and Moroccan and Middle Eastern classes as well as every Asian menu imaginable. Channel 10’s The Living Room’s favourite Spanish Chef Miguel Meastro delivered a superb class at the school in November 2012 and hopes to return again this year to delight more fans.

Recently opened and already named as Hotel of the Week by the Australian Travel and Indulgence are the schools 3 Luxury Asian Villas providing the ultimate foodie retreat in the Adelaide Hills. Guests of the villas can choose to stay in a Balinese Villa, a modern Japanese Style villa ( Yoko) or a decadent and romantic Zen villa which all house state of the art kitchens if you choose to have a private Chef as part of the package.

Rumours have it that the Great Tetsuya will be staying in Yoko villa very soon and gracing the school with his presence!

Owner of Sticky Rice Cooking School with the Great Tetsuya