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Myanmar Teahouse Cooking review, Olive Magazine, March 2017

Demuths is currently featured on olivemagazine.com in a review of our Maynmar Teahouse Cooking Course.

Kicking off on a dark winter’s evening at 6.30pm, the course began with a quick introduction – and a welcome cup of ginger tea – around the school’s classroom before moving downstairs to the teaching kitchen. Here we were given aprons and name stickers, and asked to tie back long hair and wash our hands (so far so much the tightly-run ship we had expected). With 12 students and two tutors – Jan Berridge and school founder Rachel – it also meant a good ratio for hands-on guidance.

Read the article in full: Demuths Cookery School, Bath: Myanmar Teahouse Cooking review

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