Moroccan Cooking Class at Casablanca Restaurant, Villa Maroc

Bangkok, Thailand (February 5, 2010) Casablanca Restaurant is introducing Moroccan Cooking Class available every week on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, throughout the year. Prices are THB 1,500* per person. For the best class results, seats are limited at 6 persons per class.

The Moroccan Cooking Class is a hands-on experience, starting from 9 am- 12 pm. Guests can learn how to create specialty dishes from our experienced Moroccan Chef in a truly dramatic setting of North African Kingdom. One popular dish is the Seafood Tagine and Butter Couscous, which is a seafood dish in tangy-spicy tomato sauce with Moroccan spices, cherry tomatoes and fresh herbs; with a unique Moroccan Butter couscous to complement the strong flavors. Another guest favorite is the exotic dessert, Muhallabia which is an authentic Moroccan rose flavored rice pudding.

Guests can enjoy their own culinary creations after class for lunch along with complimentary choice of a glass of beer, cocktail or soft drink per person.

For further information or to make a reservation (which is required) please contact reservations at 032 630 771 or

Casablanca is the all-day dining restaurant at Villa Maroc Resort in Pranburi, serving delicious culinary delights with an emphasis on Mediterranean and Moroccan cuisine. Located in a beautiful courtyard of a traditional Moroccan styled riad, Casablanca offers guests a truly trans-continental culinary experience while luxuriating in the rich d้cor of North Africa.

Villa Maroc is the newest resort on Pranburi beach, just far enough from the bustling resort town of Hua Hin to make it seem remote yet close enough to all major infrastructure to ensure that getting here is a breeze. Boasting 153 meters of uninterrupted sand and sea just outside your door, Villa Maroc is designed to ensure that the accommodation is of the highest standard and each unique room has its own beautiful sea view.


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