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Sichuan Cuisine Museum, Pi County

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  • Since we love Sichuan food, my husband and I decided to spend a couple of hours at the Sichuan Cuisine Museum, and what a fun excursion it was. Our guide was delightful and spoke English. She showed u...  more »
  • After tour of the small museum where you learn about the history of Sichuanese cooking, you can watch a blind folded chef and his knife skills, Then on to the culinary cooking school. Lean to cook sev...  more »
  • We loved visiting the Sichuan Cuisine Museum. Having the opportunity to learn how to cook a couple of authentic dishes is a memory my husband and I will cherish. We had so many laughs with our guides ...  more »
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  • Amazingly friendly service and experience! Our personal guide and chef teacher, Molly, took me and my girlfriend on a nice little historical journey on Sichuan cooking, then we went to pray at the Kitchen God, before finally on to the main cooking event! Molly and the assistant chefs (yes, there were 3-4 assistant chefs just waiting on us, despite being a group of 2), where we cooked kung pao chicken, ma po tofu, and panda dumpling desserts. Everything was so clean and well prepared that although this was my *first time cooking anything* it came out delicious and the experience really moved me. At the end, after eating our dinner in private within the gardens, Molly and the Executive Chef presented us a fun little award ceremony as rookie chefs. Then Molly personally walked us to the bus station and waited until we boarded. My girlfriend and I both feel so touched. This is without a doubt the best cooking experience ever!
  • Boss of the place is not reliable at all. Doesn't respect people. Shop bosses don't, bad reviews!
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