This is a list of kids cooking classes in Milan.
One of the girls’ favorite activities when we travel is to eat the food of the area. During our Spring Break trip to Milan, the girls had the opportunity to actually make some food! Talk about game changer — this will be a must-do for our trips from now on!
Without further adieu, here is a list of kids cooking classes in Milan!
Lezioni Di Pizza Per Bambini
This activity was suggested and arranged by the lovely concierge staff at NH Collection Milano President Hotel. However, you can also inquire with the restaurant directly.
Rossopomodoro has many locations in Milan but we went to the location in The Brian & Barry building on the 4th floor which was a short walk from our hotel.
What We Liked
- The girls got the opportunity to make their very own heart shaped pizza [the dough, the sauce and the toppings], bake it, and then eat it. Greedy Mommy took a piece [or two] and it was delicious!
- When we arrived, we were warmly greeted by our instructor who was prepped and ready to go.
- The girls got their own chef’s hat and aprons — both of which were perfectly sized just for the kiddos.
What We Loved
- Our instructor was so nice and the girls loved him — especially our little one. He also spoke perfect English so it was nice to enjoy the class without any language barriers.
- It was just our girls in the class. Not sure if that was intentional or just by happenstance but regardless it was great to receive a private lesson.
- The girls were set up at a table near the wood burning oven. It was open but felt like a private space just for them.
- They set up a table for us parents nearby so we could watch from a close distance while sipping wine [or as the little one calls it — Mommy Juice].
- Phil and I also ordered our own pizza. They allowed us to do one pizza but half one style and half another. It was so yummy!
What We Could Have Done Without
NOTHING. Nada. Zip. Zilch. Not one single thing.
What Did We Think Overall?
We loved this experience through and through! It was an easy afternoon activity that will stick with us and the kids for years to come. Highly recommend it to any family visiting Milan with kids!
How Much Did It Cost?
10 Euros/child. A great value considering it subbed for their lunch and they got to make it themselves.
If you’re looking for alternatives, here are a few other options of kids cooking classes in Milan!
This venue does not cater specifically to kids but does offer kid sessions. The prices listed on their website are $100/person which can be a bit expensive but see their website and contact the owner for more details.
Cook in Milano also isn’t a place specifically for kids but they do offer a kids cooking menu. The cool thing about this place is that you make more than one dish during the three hour class. Their prices and booking information on the website so visit their website for more information.
The class offerings here seem less varied than our previous options but the good news is that kids 6 and under are free! More information about their small group classes can be found on their page.
Have you and your family done a kids cooking class in Milan? Please share in comments below!