Beijing cuisine is often hearty and heavy, perfect for the cold winter months, or in the summer alongside a cold local Yanjing beer. Take an exciting culinary journey of the capital and explore the city you love through its best dishes. Learn how to make three classic local recipes using fresh and seasonal ingredients, and also learn the story behind the recipes.
Once a season we host a joint Tastes of Beijing class with our good friends from The Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center.
The Hutong’s Chinese Kitchen series is designed to teach you the basics and beyond. Each of our cooking workshops covers wok and cutting techniques, tips on how to combine spices and we provide the Chinese names of ingredients. You’ll learn how to make best use of fresh seasonal produce and prepare balanced Chinese meals for your friends and family. Take a gastronomic tour of China’s regions in our Chinese Kitchen. Only at The Hutong. Sharing Culture. Sharing Knowledge.
Cost: 280 RMB, 220 for members.
Click here to visit our calendar and to sign up for Tastes of Beijing.
Last not but not least, The Hutong is proud to be going organic! TooToo Organic Farm is The Hutong’s health food partner, bringing you the best, freshest ingredients from the fertile soil of their farm in Pinggu County. No pesticides, no chemical fertilizers, no genetically modified, only natural cultivation and free range poultry, meats, eggs and diary. Whenever possible, all fresh ingredients used at The Hutong are organic products delivered directly from TooToo Organic Farm. For more information on TooToo Organic Farm and their Home Delivery Service in Beijing, visit their English online shopping website.
For families and friends looking for a more intimate experience, we are also happy to work with you to create memorable private parties, private cooking classes, catered events and our signature Hook N Cook cooking competition. Click here to find out more about our private culinary events