How to serve Thai food.
The Chilli Club Thai Cooking Academy has a permanent home at Eagle House (Fathai Apartment), 3/1 Viengbua Road, Soi 6, Tambon Chang Puak, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai. Tel: 053 225 555.
We are located a few minutes walk from Thaphae Gate where the Sunday Walking Street is.
Full day class ß1,200: 9am start. Finishes 3-4pm. Cook five dishes
Half day class ß900: takes three hours, start morning, afternoon or early evening. Cook three dishes
The Chilli Club is situated in our lush gardens, naturally air-conditioned, i.e. cool open air, as well as fan cooled, but with a roof..!
Office hours: 8am to 7.30pm.
Includes: expert Chef instruction, The Chilli Club Cook Book, tour to the local market with explanations, all ingredients, drinking water, tea and coffee. Doggy bag!
If you are having difficulty making up your mind which cooking course to take then note that we have only small groups and please compare our cookbook to that of other schools. There is no comparison at all that this it the most thorough class and the best deal!
At The Chilli Club and Eagle House, we do no advertising, nor do we pay commissions, so you really get what you pay for. We have been open for almost 30 years.
Thai food takes quite a lot of preparation. Time is spent chopping, pounding and slicing fresh ingredients for the final process, which is usually a quick stir in a hot wok. At The Chilli Club, you will learn practically, to achieve the best results, with little effort!
The variety of ingredients and the different combinations of flavours make Thai food an unforgettable gastronomic experience. Four basic flavours are blended in different proportions, depending on the desired taste. Hot and spicy: from fresh, or dried hot peppers. Sweet: from palm or white sugar. Sour: from tamarind, or fresh lime juice. Salty: from fish, or oyster, sauces.
Thai food is not only consumed as a source of energy, but every element of Thai food is considered to have medicinal value and healing qualities. It is possible to each some or all parts of nearly all plants and trees native to Thailand. Thai food is high in vitamins, minerals, protein and fibre and it is always, always fresh. It is a perfect cuisine for health-conscious cooks.
If you want to find out more about Thai food, then please join The Chilli Club. Chef Visutt is a fountain of knowledge and you will enjoy learning from our recipe book too.
The Chilli Club is recommended by…..
The Tourism Authority of Thailand, Essen und Trinken Magazine,Handlesblatt, Irish Backpacker Magazine, BBC Television Food & Drink Programme, SBS Australia Television, TV2 Norway Television, Lonely Planet, Stefan Loose, Nancy Chandler Maps, The Rough Guide ……and The Chilli Club is especially recommended by its’ many graduates who have taken a life skill home with them that will always be useful!
The Chilli Club - ‘Aroy maak maak!’