Pastel de Nata cooking class in lisbon
TOUR DESCRIPTION

Discover how to prepare the most famous Portuguese pastries - the Pastel de Nata. In this class you're going to learn about the preparation of a batch of Pastéis de Nata (Egg Custard Tarts) from scratch (puff pastry and filling included).

Class with the preparation of the famous Pastéis de Nata
Tasting your own Pastel de Nata with coffee / tea and Porto Wine
A digital recipe booklet with the detailed description
Dedicated and passionate team of chefs and instructors
Important Information
Includes

Class about the preparation of a batch of Pastéis de Nata (Egg Custard Tarts) from scratch (puff pastry and filling included).
At the end you savor the freshly baked pastries the Portuguese way, with coffee (or tea) and our best Porto wine!
All beverages included.

Schedules

Monday to Saturday
11am, 3pm, 4pm and/or 7pm (depending on the day)

Duration

2 hours

Local

Travessa da Verbena 12, 1300-566

Languages

Portuguese and English

Aditional Information

Alcoholic beverages won't be served to participants under 18 years old. Water, juices or tea will be available instead.

Cancellation Policy

Up to 24h prior to the start of the workshop, clients are entitled to a full refund.

HIGHLIGHTS
MORE INFORMATION

Pastel de Nata (Egg Custard Tart), what to say about them? They are one of the most well-known and desired Portuguese pastries in the world… Nowadays you can enjoy them almost everywhere, but why not from the comfort of your home?!

That’s exactly what we have to offer you: a complete, step-by-step, hands-on pastry class that will provide you with the tips and tricks to bake these delightful pastries at home! Are you going to beat the famous Pastel de Nata from the Pastéis de Belém Pastry Factory?!

Probably not! But you will for sure impress your friends and family once you get home…

Come and join us at Homecooking Lisbon! Don’t miss the opportunity to learn the secrets behind these famous egg custard tarts only 10 minutes away from Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, where they were created in 1837.

Pastel de Nata cooking class in lisbon
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