Entertainment | Restaurants & Dining
|El Arrayán Announces Next Cooking Classes|
Patrick Harrison - PVNN
May 03, 2010
Due to popular demand, everyone's favorite Mexican Restaurant in Vallarta will once again be sharing a few of their secrets during an up-coming cooking class. On Monday, June 14th from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm, a limited number of participants will join Carmen Porras and her team for a traditional Mexican breakfast, visiting local purveyors, hands-on cooking instructions in their all-stainless steel professional kitchen and then enjoying what they've cooked.
|Join Carmen Porras and her team on June 14th for an Introduction to Mexican Cooking Techniques and Ingredients hands-on cooking class at El Arrayán. Space is limited so call (322) 222-7195 today.|
The menu this time includes Baby Scallop Ceviche, Cochinita Pibil pork leg stew, Refried Beans, and Candied Yams. The fee for this fabulous introduction to Mexican cooking techniques and ingredients is $85 USD per-person (tips included / cash only). The fee also includes breakfast, class participation, take-home printed recipes, an embroidered apron and a full dinner (including one cocktail and Mexican house wine.) Classes will be conducted in English.
"The entire team at El Arrayán aims to prepare the best traditional Mexican cuisine in Puerto Vallarta," exclaims Carmen Porras, owner of El Arrayán. "Along with the creations of Chef Mariano Valdez, this young team's goal is to deliver the best quality food in the Bay. Guests have been e-mailing and asking for months for us to restart a cooking class, so we have responded." Look forward to discover some insights into the world of traditional Mexican food with Mexican professionals.
Space is limited so call (322) 222-7195 today. Additional dates will be confirmed for coming months (July/August, 2010) soon.
Located at #344 Allende, just a short stroll up from the Malécon in El Centro, El Arrayán is open Wednesday-Monday (closed on Tuesdays) from 5:30 pm to 11 pm. Visa, MasterCard and American Express Cards are accepted. Reservations online at ElArrayan.com.mx or by calling (322) 222-7195.
Click HERE to learn more about El Arrayán.