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Frequently Asked Questions

About the course | timing | food | equipment | people

What time does the day start/ finish?

Our day classes start at 10am and finish at around 4.00pm. Half day classes start at 10am and finish at around 1.30pm. Evening classes start at 6.00pm and finish at around 8.30pm. Please let us know at the beginning of the class if you need to leave promptly (i.e. to catch a train). We ask that students arrive 10 minutes before the start time.

Do we eat during the class?

As well as tasting throughout the course, all of our classes finish with a sit down meal of the food prepared. On full day classes, there is an early and a late lunch!

Do we take food home?

There is often some food to take home, so please bring a takeaway container with you. On every course you will receive a recipe pack of all the dishes covered.

What should I bring?

Everything is provided for you. We ask that you bring a container with you for any leftovers. You will be on your feet for a large part of the day and may appreciate comfortable shoes! For those with long hair, please bring something to tie it back.

How many on the course/who comes to the courses?

We take a maximum of 10 people on a course. The day is intended as a relaxed learning experience and we cook and eat together. The courses attract people of all ages and from all walks of life, a mixture of men and women, vegans, vegetarians and non veggies, confident cooks and those less experienced and those just stuck in a rut. Many come on their own, some in pairs or small groups of family and friends. Every day is different.

Most day and evening classes are suitable for students over the age of 13, when accompanied by a paying adult aged 18 and above. Students must be at least 16 to attend a class unaccompanied.

Who teaches the courses?

The courses are lead by our fabulous team of tutors

About the courses | dietaries | experienced v beginner

Will I be out of my depth as a beginner?

Our recreational courses are designed to be a relaxed learning experience, suitable for a mixture of abilities. Most of our courses cover basics such as knife skills.

The Fast & Delicious collection is great for new vegans or those looking to increase their kitchen confidence. Some of the world cuisine courses use ingredients and methods which are less familiar to many and can be faster paced.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about any of our courses.

Are the courses suitable for experienced cooks?

All our recreational courses are designed to be suitable for mixed abilities. With such a variety of classes, covering different cuisines and skills, we think there is something new and interesting for any confident home cook.

Do you cater for vegans?

Yes, we are a fully vegan cookery school and all our courses are plant-based.

Do you cater for other dietary requirements?

We are able to cater to most dietary requirements. You will be asked about your requirements when booking.

Our kitchen is 100% vegan and we do not cook with meat, dairy, egg, fish, molluscs or crustaceans. Please note that we do use celery, gluten, lupin, mustard, peanuts, sesame, soybeans, sulphur dioxide and sulphites and tree nuts. We may use ingredients that cannot guarantee that they are free from traces of dairy, egg, fish, molluscs or crustaceans.

Whilst most are easily accommodated we will always advise if we feel a certain course would not be suitable. Please do get in touch if you have any specific questions.

How much cooking will I do?

All our classes are a mixture of hands-on cooking and, as we try to pack as much as possible into the available time, our chefs do demonstrate certain aspects.

How to find us | accessibility | accommodation

Where is Morso Vegan located?

We are based in the very centre of Bath. You can find more information on how to find us here.


The cookery school is situated on the first and second floors of a Grade II listed Georgian terrace in a World Heritage site. We have street access to the building with one small step from the vestibule to the entry hall. The teaching kitchen is up two flights of stairs, then a further two flights to the toilets and dining room. Stools are provided in the kitchen. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Where can I stay?

Bath has an abundance of accommodation and there is everything from high-end hotels to budget hostels, all within walking distance of the cookery school. The Visit Bath website is a good place to start your search. For Diploma students AirBnB is a good option as having access to basic kitchen facilities throughout the course can be useful (there are usually lots of leftovers to take away with you!)


Can I change my booking?

Amendments to bookings may be made up to 28 days prior to the date of the class. We regret that the course fees will only be refunded, or booking transferred, if we are able to fill your place. These rules apply equally to courses booked using a Gift Voucher. Please see our Booking Terms for more information.

When is the fee due?

At time of booking - bookings are made on a first come, first served basis on receipt of full payment.

Do you take private bookings?

Yes - you can find more information on our private classes here.


Do you sell Gift Vouchers?

Yes - you can purchase one of our Gift Vouchers here. They are valid for a year and can be used towards any of our classes.

How do they work?

Gift vouchers can be used to pay for courses and products of any value by entering the code at the checkout. If the voucher is of greater value than the purchase then any unused balance will be saved for future purchases.

Gift Vouchers are non-refundable. Discount codes cannot be used when purchasing a voucher but can be used when booking a class with a voucher code.