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Cooking Classes in Rome - Pasta Maker

Roma, Italy
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Learn the secrets of classic Italian cuisine and pasta on a 3-hour cooking experience in Rome. Make like an Italian chef as you prepare a delicious 2-course Roman meal of a pasta dish and dessert, guided by an expert instructor. Then, enjoy your creations with your fellow cooks and complimentary wine. Choose from two experiences: a market visit and cooking class that lets you shop for ingredients, or a class that includes making your own fresh egg pasta. Numbers limited to eight people for a more personalized experience.
  • 3-hour Italian cooking experience in Rome with an expert instructor
  • Learn to make a 2-course Italian meal with a pasta dish and dessert
  • Browse a fresh food market to pick out ingredients for your class (if option selected)
  • Make your own fresh egg pasta for the pasta starter (if option selected)
  • Enjoy your creations with complimentary wine in the company of your fellow cooks
  • Choose from a morning or afternoon experience
  • Small-group experience limited to eight people for personalized attention from a cooking instructor
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Selection of Salami, Cheeses
The pasta we will make is a traditional pasta like strozzapreti or ravioli or fettuccine. With a souce of fresh tomatos, or Cacio e Pepe, or others.
In morning class we will make a traditional Tiramisù In afternoon class we can eat a handmade biscuit with marsala
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Alcoholic Beverages
Wine tasting
All you need for cooking
Hotel pickup
Transportation to/from attractions

Departure Point

Via dei Giovi, 35, 00141 Roma RM, Italy

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Choose your cooking class option when you book, and on the day, travel independently to the start point in central Rome. Then, meet your friendly instructor-guide, and begin your fun and educational cooking experience. Both experiences finish when you leave the cooking school after your class.

Market Visit and Cooking Class:

Begin in Val Melaina market, one of Rome’s best outdoor food markets. Work your way around the colorful stalls with your instructor, and select ingredients for your class, choosing from the wide array of fresh vegetables, cheeses and meats.

Shopping done, head for the cooking venue, and set about making a traditional, 2-course Italian meal. With step-by-step guidance from your instructor, prepare a pasta course such as delicious bucatini all'Amatriciana (thick spaghetti-style pasta in spicy tomato and bacon sauce) or creamy spaghetti carbonara (an egg, cheese, bacon and black pepper sauce).

Then, make a classic Italian cake for dessert. When your food is ready, sit down with your fellow cooks and instructor to enjoy your home-cooked meal, served with complimentary wine tastings.

Fresh Egg Pasta Maker Class:

Settle into your kitchen space at the cooking venue, and learn the art of making fresh egg pasta — in true Italian style. Watch a demonstration, and then, under the watchful eye of your instructor, make your own fettucine, parpadelle or ravioli with an accompanying sauce.

Finally, learn whizz up an authentic Italian tiramisu before joining everyone around the table to enjoy your meal, served with complimentary wine.
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • A maximum of 8 people per booking
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Spaghetti in The Family

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What is the maximum group size during Cooking Classes in Rome - Pasta Maker?
This activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers.

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Greatest experience while in Rome
, Mar 2020
This was the highlight of our trip. We felt so welcome in their home and enjoyed our conversation. Felt like you were cooking with friends. I would recommend this to anyone.
Excellent evening
, Oct 2019
We highly recommend this adventure. Pietro and his mother Tiziana welcomed us into their beautiful home immediately making us feel welcome. We had so much fun making dinner and learning so many helpful tips. The food was fabulous and our wine glasses were never empty. Best meal we have eaten in Rome!!! We ate outside in the garden under the stars... a truly magical evening.
Highly Recommended!
Thomas N
, Oct 2019
My friends and I had an amazing time. It was one of the highlights of our time in Rome. Their hospitality made it an experience we will not soon forget.
Doug and Rhonda’s review
, May 2019
This was one of the best experiences we had on our trip to Italy. Loved how warm and welcoming the family is and would totally do it again. Thanks again for the strawberries Luca. They were delicious 😀
, Dec 2018
What a great class that I suggest everyone to try!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We felt like we were part of the family with great communication and hands on learning. More one on one then any other class I have attended and would love to take another!!!!!!!!!!
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Inbar M
, Aug 2018
Thank you Luca and his lovely aunt for a fantastic cooking class! We warmly recommend it. Luca taught us a little bit about Italian and Roman cuisine, and then we cooked some penaccota and pasta. This class is definitely one of the best things to do in Rome, and was the highlight of our vacation. We cannot wait to cook this Roman meal back home.
OMG! The best cooking class that my...
Joseph V
, Jan 2018
OMG! The best cooking class that my family has ever taken in Rome!! When we arrived at our chefs house, everyone in their family came outside to great us- the chef, his mother, his sister and, later, his cousin who arrived to help and eat with our group. We were given wine and a beautiful cheese and olive platter to snack on while we helped to prepare our meal which consisted of the most delicious homemade fettuccine pasta with sausage ragu that I have ever eaten, along with stuffed zucchini and even a panna cotta desert! The best part of all- we helped to make the entire meal! The family was warm and wonderful, teaching us how to make everything from scratch and interacting with us like we were a part of their family. Although we entered their house as strangers, we felt as though we left as friends. This was truly a memorable class!!
Hunter L
, Dec 2017
THE ABSOLUTE HIGHLIGHT!! I love this family. The experience was fantastic! From the market to the the meal and everything in between. It was so authentic and so amazing. We will come back to them every time we come to Rome. Amazing, educational, and delicious!
Best thing we did in Rome! We...
Kacey L
, Oct 2017
Best thing we did in Rome! We arrived at their home and created a menu with Luca and then headed to the market. The market tour was amazing and we got to try the best olives, cheeses and breads while shopping for our food. When we returned we prepped food and cooked with Luca, his aunt and his niece and nephew in the kitchen. It was like being a part of a real Italian family. We will definitely be returning when we come back to Rome and recommending to friends and family. Best experience.
Amazing experience during our recent...
Deborah J
, Sep 2017
Amazing experience during our recent trip to Rome! We 4 adults took the Market Tour cooking class and had a blast. 2 of our party enjoy cooking and 2 me and my brother do not cook and were only taking the class for our spouses. Well, I don't know who had more fun - the cooks or the non-cooks. Peter, our chef, took us to the market which was such a fun experience. We tasted meats, cheeses, breads and wine as he explained what he was choosing for our class. Once back at the family home, we prepared the most delicious meal of Pesto Linguini

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