Wanting to prepare better home meals for yourself and your family? Brush up your skills at the best cooking classes in Hong Kong
At Honeycombers, we are always thrilled to pick up new skills. While you are already thriving at these amazing Korean classes, dance classes and online fitness classes, we’ve sorted a list of the best cooking classes in Hong Kong for all levels. Roll your sleeves and get ready to be the next master chef!
Best cooking classes in Hong Kong
1. ABC Cooking Studio
With countless branches across Asia, ABC Cooking Studio is one of the hottest Japanese cooking schools in the world. Their classes are capped at four students to one instructor to provide detailed attention to everyone. You can learn to make heartwarming Japanese food, ranging from tempura to takoyaki, and curry doughnuts to yuzu cheesecakes. If you love Japanese culture, make sure to check out their wagashi (Japanese traditional confectionery) classes where you can craft your own mizuyokan, sakura mochi and other intricate sweets.
ABC Cooking Studio has several branches in Hong Kong
2. Hong Kong New Oriental Culinary Art
Established in 1988, Hong Kong New Oriental Culinary Art is one of the largest culinary schools in Hong Kong. Their four major types of classes are international cuisine, bakery, confectionery and coffee; and programme duration ranges from one lesson to fifty lessons. Make sure to check out their Chinese dumpling classes where you can learn to wrap dumplings with fancy shapes like butterfly and goldfish.
Hong Kong New Oriental Culinary Art, 2/F, KP Tower, 93 King’s Road, North Point, Hong Kong, p. 2656 2727
3. The Little Kitchen Cookery Studio
If you are a fan of picture-perfect cakes and desserts, you have to check out The Little Kitchen Cookery Studio. Offering tutorials on delicious sweets like watermelon rose cakes, classic French croissants and lava custard mooncakes, this cooking studio provides private classes, group lessons as well as cooking parties. Classes on savoury dishes like cheesy lobster and black truffle mushroom pizza can also be conducted upon request.
The Little Kitchen Cookery Studio, 19/F, Oxford Commercial Building, 494-496 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, p. 9133 6421
4. Metropolitan Kitchen
From professional training to beginner workshops, classes for different levels of cooks are available at Metropolitan Kitchen. You will receive direct guidance from chef Marco Maggio who has worked at numerous prestigious hotels such as Shangri-La and Le Meridien. Foie gras steak, bluefin tuna, tiramisu, blue cheese risotto cake… Master all kinds of luxurious dishes at chef Marco’s classes.
Metropolitan Kitchen, 20/F, Silver Fortune Plaza, 1 Wellington Street, Hong Kong, p. 3563 6363
5. Star Chef Management School
Although Chinese cuisine is Star Chef Management School’s specialisation, that doesn’t mean their class options are limited. They hold an array of culinary courses where you can learn to make delectable Chinese food like dim sum, Hai Nan chicken, Shanghai-style rice cakes and more. What makes Star Chef Management School extra cool is that they provide free courses licensed by Employees Retraining Board, helping those who are unemployed or seeking a culinary career to obtain a certificate.
Star Chef Management School, 2/F, Kwan Kang Building, 2-8 Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, p. 2388 3000
6. Martha Sherpa’s Cooking Classes
A professional cooking instructor from Hong Kong, Martha Sherpa offers English culinary classes with a focus on dim sum, Chinese cookery and Thai cuisine. Under the guidance of Martha, you will master the skills to make the perfect char siu, white turnip cake, cheung fan and many other Canto dishes to impress your friends. Vegetarian cuisine classes and domestic helper cooking classes are also available. Just make sure to book ahead of time since Martha Sherpa’s Cooking Classes are extremely popular!
Martha Sherpa’s Cooking Classes is also one of our fave local creative classes.
Martha Sherpa’s Cooking Classes, Flat F, 14/F, Wah Lai Mansion, 62-76 Marble Road, North Point, Hong Kong, p. 2381 0132