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Boring Indian Food Workshop

Host Dhruv

$96.56 per guest

At a glance

Start time

4pm - 7pm


3 hours

Group size

2 to 6 people

Class language


Meeting point

Spottiswoode Park


I'm a former professional chef and am dead serious about having fun in the kitchen. Cooking is all about experimentation and simply having a good time. I’ve been cooking since I was 8 & learn something new in the kitchen every single day. I've cooked in several countries - Jordan, Tanzania & North Korea to name a few - and believe that food is the greatest unifier there is.

I've been writing a light hearted food blog for many years, & teach people how to produce Indian food that’s simple to cook, & absolutely delicious. Everyone who has tried my recipes, has survived to tell the tale!

What you get out of a cooking class with me, is an Afternoon of Awesomeness™️.

We’ll pour a few drinks, play some music, put on wacky aprons, and cook an early dinner on my beautiful harbour-facing balcony. You'll get a crash course in the herbs and spices of the Indian subcontinent, and over the course of the afternoon, we'll cook a complete meal - appetiser, mains and dessert. I will teach you basics like slicing an onion, and also some advanced techniques like flambéing a pineapple without losing even a single eyebrow.


One of the coolest things about this class, is that I cook a different menu every week. There are plenty of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, and once you book, I'll get in touch to figure out preferences etc.

Here are some of my greatest hits:
- Chicken 65 / Cauliflower 65 - a fun spicy appetiser from South India
- Chicken / Paneer (Cottage Cheese) Tikka Kebabs
- Dal Tadka - lentils with looks and money
- Bangin' Bharta - roasted eggplants in a tangy onion-tomato sauce
- Different kinds of Pilafs
- Dessert
- Hot water

You can also choose anything you like from my Instagram @madonionslicer, and we'll make it happen!


My apartment is located in the scenic Spottiswoode Park neighbourhood, that's close to the Central Business District and Chinatown. We overlook the harbour, and a little patch of forest land.

1. We're on the 36th floor. It's totally safe but if you have a fear of heights, you might want to think about that.

2. We also have a dog on a leash. He's not aggressive but beware of puppy eyes.

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Mad Onion Slicer

Chef, marketer, entrepreneur

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