Bangkok Food Tours and Thai Cooking Classes
There are many good Bangkok food tours and Thai cooking classes, but we are one of the few that does good. By supporting Courageous Kitchen, you will not only experience fantastic and authentic Thai food, you’ll also be supporting marginalized youth in Bangkok. Courageous Kitchen is proud to support dozens of in need families in the city.
Thai Cooking Classes in Bangkok
Learn to cook your favorite Thai dishes in our intimate cooking classes in Bangkok, outside of the areas typically visited by tourists. Our staff will handle all the preparation and cleaning, so that you can focus on learning the fundamentals of Thai cooking. It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned chef or an aspiring foodie, our Thai cooking classes can accommodate all.
In addition to the morning market tour and Thai cooking class in Bangkok, our most popular option, we also offer a Thai rice noodle making class, and a cooking class in the evening for families with kids.
For our friends stateside, we also offer a small class, or group trainings, for Thai food lovers in San Diego, California.
Food Tours in Bangkok
No trip to Thailand is complete without eating a diverse selection of Bangkok’s delicious street food. Our Bangkok food tours will take you to our neighborhood’s best street food stalls, which we believe are among the best the city has to offer. You’ll try Thailand’s most famous dishes, and explore an off the beaten path neighborhood near a great local market. Our local guides are all fluent in Thai, know the food, and how it is made, so you can experience Thailand’s most delicious dishes first hand.
Charity Project Updates
Welcome to Courageous Kitchen
Courageous Kitchen hosts cooking classes and street food tours, using the proceeds from each to make a difference in communities in need.
We believe, “Leaders in the kitchen, are leaders in the community,” and invite you to join our classes in Bangkok, Thailand and San Diego, California.
Sustainability has becoming a much larger global conversation, and we've been thoughtful about how to be more friendly to the environment in our cooking classes, reduce waste, and encourage others to do the same. Bangkok's International Schools have also been a part...
Exciting news! We’ve been featured in a local online magazine called The Cloud. The publication is in Thai, and includes some great photography, but we wanted to share more about the phenomenal weekend they visited, for supporters who may not read Thai. If you do, you...
When record temps hit, the people of Thailand know how to relieve the heat with a little know, but delicious Thai dessert.
This drunken noodle dish from Thailand is often featured in our morning market cooking class, but today we wanted to share a version with a slight twist.
Today's shared plate is a piping hot bowl of mushroom soup known by locals as 'gaeng hed'. The soup's popularity pales in comparison to Thai cuisine's soup juggernauts such as tom yam, and tom kha soups. However, despite not having as strong a reputation, we believe...