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Course description

Learn the art of preparing authentic Yum Cha dishes at this workshop in Sydney

Join us for a class of fabulous Yum Cha! You will learn how to make all your favourite Asian delights from scratch.

On the menu
  • Prawn and Chicken Wonton
  • Crab Gow Gees
  • Eggplant stuffed with Seafood in Black Bean Sauce
  • Kai Lan in Oyster Sauce
  • Salt and Pepper Squid
  • Steamed Scallop with Ginger

We’ll serve you copious amounts of Green Tea during the evening but think it’s important to sneak in a glass of chilled white wine while you enjoy your feast of creations at the end of the evening.


The Essential Ingredient Surry Hills
146 Foveaux Street, Surry Hills

Please note: Street parking is very limited nearby. You might try St Margaret’s Car Park at 417-435 Bourke Street, Surry Hills. It is a 5-minute walk from the venue, with casual parking rates after 5pm at approx. $4/hour.

On the day...
  • We’ve cut out disposable plastics, so please bring your own food containers to take any leftovers home
  • All participants must wear closed-in shoes
  • Aprons supplied, but dress appropriately for the kitchen, and tie back long hair
  • Arrive up to 15 minutes before the class start time
Booking conditions
  • Withdrawal from this course is not refundable or transferrable.
  • The Essential Ingredient reserves the right to alter or cancel a class without notice. In the event of a change, you will be contacted on the phone number and/or email address you provide.
  • We cannot accommodate dietary requirements in all cases. For more information, please contact The Essential Ingredient 02 9555 8300 prior to booking.

Avoid disappointment. Enrol early.

Please ensure that you have given a valid email and mobile number as all course changes will be communicated via sms or email.

Course testimonials:

  • Kat said: I did enjoy the cooking class overall, however I felt the recipes were very basic. I did not expect to have pre bought wonton and dumpling skins. It felt a little like following a recipe with great commentary. The food was yum and Wanita was amazing, passionate and funny. In my opinion i think we could have cooked less dishes and payed more attention to the details - ie - making things from scratch.

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