Aniar Cookery School In-House Classes Resume This September
Great news for food enthusiasts and fans of Aniar Restaurant & Cookery School, they're resuming in-house cookery classes from September!
While the past few months have been difficult for us all as we isolated and kept our distance to keep us all safe, it also resulted in the closures of our favourite restaurants including the wonderful Michelin Starred Aniar Restaurant in Galway City. Aniar Restaurant, still remains closed but thankfully we can still have a taste of Aniar in our lives as they resume their in house cookery classes from early September.
Chef & Proprietor JP McMahon as always, will be heading up the cookery school and will be sharing his immense expertise and passion for local Irish ingredients with eager students. Build your confidence in the kitchen with a mix of hands on activities and demos while you discover new food trends and practices. Classes range from short one day workshops to a more in depth 6-week course.
Starting from September 5th, classes have something to suit all tastes from Tapas, Baking and Cooking Fish to Dinner Party Cuisine and Contemporary Irish Food. Creating the perfect Christmas Dinner cookery class is also taking place in December too.
The longer workshops are taking place in early November on Monday and Tuesdays nights.
Please note all cookery classes are taking place with up to date guidance from Health Authorities and are subject to change on this guidance too.
Discover more and book here.
Aniar at Home, the wonderful a virtual at home cookery class is also still available to book. Here JP will do a series of cookery demos using recipes from his recently launched Irish Food Cookbook. For more details and booking visit the Aniar website here.
Read more about Aniar Restaurant here.
Gift Vouchers - Don't forget you can always gift a unique Good Food Ireland Gift Voucher that can be used in Aniar and their sister restaurants Cava Bodega Restaurant and Tartare Cafe + Wine Bar or any of the 300+ Good Food Ireland Collection all over the island of Ireland.