Quezon City: Pino Kitchen-Studio

On a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the highest, our cooking skill level is 2 at best. I only know how to cook basic Filipino and Chinese dishes, while my sister knows how to make non-bake recipes. When we saw a discounted cooking class coupon back in 2012, we decided that it’s time to level up our cooking skills. We decided to enroll in Pino Kitchen-Studio’s Taiwanders – Spunky Taiwanese Chows course

Pino Kitchen Studio - Taiwanders

Pino Kitchen Studio – Taiwanders



The kitchen where the workshop was held was clean and spacious.

Pino Kitchen Studio

Pino Kitchen Studio

Pino Kitchen Studio

Pino Kitchen Studio

Our instructor was Chef Vanessa. She’s awesome, friendly and a very good instructor. (Chef Vanessa’s creations)

Chef Vanessa

Chef Vanessa with a student

During the class, we made 3 dishes:

  • Taiwanese Cold Noodles
  • Taiwanese Appetite Chicken
  • Sweet and Sour Fish

This guy was creating a mouth-watering Dulce de Leche Cheesecake while we were slaving away at the stove.

Dulce de Leche

Dulce de Leche

Overall, we enjoyed the course. Other than the actual cooking, we were also in charge of preparing the ingredients. One skill we gained during this course was how to hold the knife properly and how to julienne vegetables.

Pino Kitchen-Studio
Address : 39 Malingap Street
Quezon City, Philippines
1101
Contact No. : 0927 258 2531
Website: http://www.pinokitchenstudio.com

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