Morning Market Visit + Spanish Cooking Class

Discover the secrets of the traditional Mediterranean cuisine with Foodieteca’s unique hands-on cooking clases.

78 €

Date: 03-07-2017   Timetable: from 10:00 to 14:00

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(Typical tomato cold soup from Andalusia)

Coca de recapte

(Traditional dish from Catalonia with olives and cheese)

Tortilla de patata y pan con tomate

(Traditional Spanish omelette with tomato bread)

Seafood paella

(Traditional Mediterranean rice)

Catalan Cream

(Typical dessert from Catalonia)


Welcoming glass of cava

White wine with D.O, water and soft drinks

Imagine going to a traditional Spanish market with a professional as your guide, discovering where locals do their daily shopping and learning how to select top quality seasonal products. At our local market you will enjoy a tomato and olive oil tasting accompanied by Iberian ham.

After the visit to our local market, a 5 minute walk and you are at Foodietecia to continue the culinary experience. You will find yourself in a beautiful and cozy venue, all set up and ready for your lesson, with aprons, chopping boards and knives.

Under the chef's guidance, you will prepare a 5 course meal from the scratch. Whether you are a culinary novice or a kitchen pro, you can't ask for a better beginning of your culinary adventure! With Foodieteca’s unique cooking clases in Barcelona you will discover the secrets of our traditional Mediterranean cuisine.

Your hard work will be rewarded with a delectable Spanish lunch, served fine-dining restaurant style and accompanied by a nice local wine. While enjoying the food you will still be able to ask our chef any or your lingering questions.

We believe that there is no better way to discover a country's culture than through its food, so why not to take this great opportunity?



The whole activity lasts 4 hours and it will be one of your best experiences in Barcelona. Foodieteca is located in the heart of the city, next to the Cathedral and really close to Santa Caterina Market. Less touristy than La Boquería Market, it has a big range of fresh products including fish, meat, fruit, vegetables, cheeses, bread and delicatessen.


Alejandra is a cook and a cooking teacher. She studied at the New England Culinary Institute in Vermont, USA. She has been the owner and chef of the Oolong restaurant and the chef of the Patxoca restaurant in Barcelona. Currently, she owns her own catering business and teaches cookery.