Learn to Cook Japanese Ramen Cuisine

Love ramen? You'll love this Japenese cuisine cooking class!

This is a demonstration style class all about Ramen, a deceptively simple dish, when a few tips and tricks are used. Then we will show you how to compose ramen from scratch (save the noodles). Starting with the dashi (stock); through to mouth-watering toppings and garnishes.

One type of Ramen will be covered — however an explanation about the other types of Ramen will be incorporated Miso (soya paste), about the Shoyu (soya sauce based) and Tan-tan (spicy pork); from which you can choose your favourite once you cook your own at home. Ramen from scratch is a lengthy process and in a 2 hour class we will try to cover as much as we can. Every ramen class ends with enjoying the results from the recipes learned.

Age restrictions: 16+

Adult £90
Child Free

How to get there


  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • WiFi

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You'll be hosted by

Paul Mannering

Paul started his work in kitchens washing dishes as a 15 year old, and soon grew to love the hustle and bustle of this industry. He’s now worked as a professional chef for 24 years in kitchens all over the UK, as well as the U.A.E and Netherlands. As well as sharing his love for food at Cooking It, Mark also works at the National Chef Academy as Vice Principal, combining his passion for food and teaching with enthusiastic apprentice chefs. As a chef he’s willing to try anything and is always on the lookout for unique flavour combinations.

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