Thai Cooking Class: Tom Kha Kai, Pad Ke Mao

Learn how to make Tom Kha Kai, Pad Ke Mao and fried banana with ice cream.

Thai Cooking with Sunshine

Thai Cooking with Sunshine

5.0 (5)

3 hours Class size 5 to 8     label $95

Get drunk on noodles, coconut chicken soup, and fried bananas in this intimate and fun culinary experience from Le Cordon Bleu-certified chef, Sunshine.

No prior experience with Thai cooking? No problem. This beginning-level soup-to-dessert cooking romp is a great birthday party idea or team-building activity for the gourmets out there and anyone hoping to expand their culinary repertoire.

Sunshine will guide you meticulously through the process of making three of Thailand’s best-beloved dishes: Tom Kha Kai, or drunken noodles, with shrimp, Pad Kee Mao, a delicately spiced coconut chicken soup, and the sumptuous dessert staple, fried banana with ice cream. And here’s the scoop: this perfectly balanced three-course meal will transport you to a place where flavor reigns supreme.

All materials, cookware, and ingredients will be provided for you, leaving you free to bond with your fellow San Francisco foodies, enjoy the feast you’ve prepared together, and plan your next Thai cooking adventure!

Knowledge required
What you'll get
All ingredients are provided, you will then enjoy the food you make in a sit-down meal.
What to bring
Just yourself!
Suitable for

This class is great for a team building activity, birthday or bachelorette party.

Thai Cooking with Sunshine adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines.


439 Guerrero St, San Francisco, CA

Your teacher
Thai Cooking with Sunshine
Thai Cooking with Sunshine

5.0 (5)

I was born in Udon Thani in North-eastern Thailand, the youngest of five sisters. After a happy childhood, I spent four years at the university and graduated with a bachelor degree in Science major Mathematics from Mahidol University. After working for seven years in Thailand as a quality auditor, financial planner, and distributor executive I decided to come to San Francisco to get a master degree to improve my career. But along the way an amazing thing happened -Three year romance got married. With a different life and living in San Francisco I found my goals were changing. I went to school in Hospitality Management at SFSU and started getting into cooking for myself and friends. At their urging I decided to start my own Thai cooking classes.

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