Contact

Back Eat kookatelier

+31206271657 or +31634829099

m[email protected]

Egelantiersstraat 19, 1015 PV, Amsterdam, Nederland

How does it work in practice?

Reservations are accepted by telephone (020-6271657). Of course you can always call, text (06-34829099) or mail ([email protected]) for more information and I am happy to meet in the kitchen to discuss your wishes.

In the latter case, I would like to lend you some cookbooks for inspiration / preparation, although experience shows that it works just as well to come unprepared. Discover the fun of not knowing what your evening will bring beforehand and see what happens when you go through the cookbooks and make your choice together. I can assist in the menu selection, a fun creative proces. A shopping list and the shopping itself are easily done in no time and I gladly advice on my favourite addresses. The wide choice of butchers, fish shops, caterers, greengrocers, wineshops and (super)markets around the corner are part of the experience. Shopping for ingredients and matching wines in the historical Jordaan area is really a perfect group activity which all guests experience as entertaining and educational.

I always welcome you personally, to help you find your way and to explain the use of kitchen appliances. After that, it is up to you. I can still be reached during the entire evening and I live in the same street. Handing over the kitchen responsibility really changes the group proces and transforms you into a genuine kitchen brigade that indepedently thinks and shares stories about cooking. Bomb each other to chef, sous chef, cutting assistant or sommelier. Or divide it into courses. This co-creation, the food-shopping, the privacy and the fingerlicking vinyl collection are the secret ingredients for a very special evening.

At an agreed time (till 10 pm) I will come back to hear how you experienced the evening and to give an examination on your dessert if you desire ;)

The cleaning of the kitchen and washing up is included in the price.

Kind regards,

Michiel Koolen