Enjoying Arts and Crafts of Thai Cooking Culture with the First Female Challenge Winner of 2012 Thailand Iron Chef, Chef Purida

If you are looking for a Thai cooking class in Bangkok. Chef Purida and Old Town Thai Cooking Studio is your answer.

Old Town Thai Cooking studio offers the best in class facility. You will enjoy our fun and informative classes plus Local Market Tour and a Tuk Tuk Ride.

We are only a short walk from Taksin BTS station and Sathorn Pier. During your short walk, your will be amused by Local's way of life such as local food carts, temples and residence.

Want to know more about us.

A BIT ABOUT US
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SERVICES

WHAT WE DO

travel to our studio

By Private Car/Taxi – Please tell the driver to drop you off at the address below.
By Boat – Please get off at Sathorn Pier, from the pier, it is a 10-15 mins walk to our Studio or you can call a Tuk Tuk for a 5 mins ride.
By BTS Sky Train – Please get off at Saphan Taksin Station (S6), Exit 3. From the station , it is a 10-15 mins walk to our Studio or you can call a Tuk Tuk for a 5 mins ride.

WORDING FOR TAXI
ช่วยพาไปส่งโรงเรียนสอนทำอาหารโอทาวน์ไทย (Oldtown thai cooking studio)
เลี้ยวซ้ายเข้าซอยเจริญกรุง 67 ประมาณ 50 เมตร โรงเรียนอยู่ทางขวา ตึกที่มีรูปแมว
19/12-14 ซอยเจริญกรุง 67 ติดวัดสุทธิวราราม ขอบคุณค่ะ

Tel. +66-2-086-2463, +661-632-4551
Email : oldtownthaicooking@gmail.com

         

Monday – Saturday : 9am to 5.30pm

REVIEW FROM CUSTOMERS

  • positive review  Very good Thai Cooking Class in Bangkok Thailand. The class is run by Professional Chef. The venue is beautiful. The local market is very interesting.

    thumb Mint Lewis
    July 14, 2019

    positive review  I had so much fun at Oldtown Thai Cooking Studio. I cooked the best Tom Yum Gung. Thank you to Chef Purida for making me loving thai cooking even more.

    thumb Wara Rain
    May 26, 2019

    positive review  👍👍👍สนุกมากๆvery good💕ไว้ต้องมาอีกแน่นอน🎉

    thumb Orawan Hit
    May 26, 2019
  • positive review  ฝากกดไลท์กดแชร์ให้ด้วยนะคะ ร้านเพื่อนเราเองจ้าาาาา 🥰

    thumb Natpanchaya Kritteepirapat
    May 26, 2019