Italian Street Food Cooking Class | Fri May 24

Hands on Class & Sit-Down Meal


$125.00 per ticket



About this experience

With origins dating back to antiquity, street food is one of the oldest ways of eating in Italy. Long before today's fancy Michelin star restaurants, there were street vendors in cities all over the peninsula who created many of Italy's most iconic dishes - pizza napoletana, Sicilian arancine and porchetta to name just a few!

More than just delicious snacks, these dishes often played an important part in local history and are as varied as the cuisine of Italy itself. 

Join us for a fun, informative, hands-on class where we'll make some of our favourite Italian street foods together and learn more about the fascinating history of these dishes!  


Bombette (Puglia) - "Little bombs," specialty of Martina Franca: skewers of grilled pork fillet, stuffed with caciocavallo and herbs. 
Pizza fritta (Campania) - Fried pizza with tomato, mozzarella and ricotta 
Cecina (Tuscany) - Chickpea flatbread from Tuscany, served with pecorino cheese  
Verdure fritte (Tuscany) - Mixed fried veggies served in a paper cup 
Frittole veneziana (Veneto) - A favourite Carnevale dessert traditionally made by the fritolèri of Venice, pillowy soft fritters with raisins, pine nuts and liqueur



A selection of wines, beers and soft drinks will be available for purchase at the event. Our wine list can be viewed here:

We also offer corkage, the fee is $15 per bottle. 



• No refunds after purchase
• Exchanges (one per ticket) permitted up to 5 days prior to the event.
• Tickets to Cucinato events are transferable - you can give them to someone else if you can’t attend (but please notify Cucinato in advance!)
• We will do our best to accommodate dietary needs – please contact us before booking