Persian Cooking Masterclass with Naroon

  • La Cucina Caldesi


  • Classes, Food & Drink and Food/Drink Festival
  • Tickets from £60.00
  • Over 13
  • Sun, 30th Apr 2023 @ 17:30 - 19:30
  • 17:30 - 19:30

Persian cuisine weaves together the myriad of delicate spices and rich flavours that were gathered through nearly two and a half millennia of Persia’s remarkable history.

Join us on a journey of culinary discovery as our expert chefs will give you an introduction to the beautifully intricate dishes of this rich cuisine and teach you how to recreate them at home. 

You will learn how to make some of the most popular Persian dishes including slow-cooked stews known as 'khoresht' and elaborate rich dishes layered with herbs, vegetables, pulses, meat, nuts and fruit. 

This will be a truly unique experience and one you won't want to miss. 

We're looking forward to seeing you there soon!





Ticket Event time Cost
Persian Cooking Masterclass 17:30 - 19:30 £60.00



La Cucina Caldesi, 4, Cross Keys Close, London, W1U 2DG

Nearest Station

Bond Street (Tube)

Getting there


Contemporary Persian Restaurant

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  • Written by Oz

    Rating: 5


    Visited 4 weeks ago
    great food,great wine and great service
  • Written by Andrew

    Rating: 1


    Visited 4 weeks ago
    Felt treated like 2nd class citizen for not being in main restaurant selecting form the full price menu. We did not feel welcomed and ushered outside to the rear of the restaurant where no seats or tables or pedestals were set up to put your glass or plate on. For the 'deal' we had, the wine was served in a small plastic glass and the tapas like items for us were both served to my partner on her plate whilst I waited for mine only to be told this. For the two vouchers I submitted for some rib eye turned out to be a small sliver served to my partner who consumed it thinking it was part of her 'package'. All in all it felt rushed and a bit of a side show for the restaurant manager(s). We duly departed and had a lovely Sunday roast at a nearby pub. Will not be returning to The Lurra anytime soon.