Culinary Tours | Athens Cooking Lesson & Dinner (AGT10)

The flavors of Greece will come alive as you cook some of the country’s most loved dishes. With expert guidance from a local cooking instructor, you’ll prepare a Greek Sunday dinner – then dine with your classmates under the majestic site of the Acropolis!

Duration:  approximately 4 hours


Details about the meeting point will be provided in your confirmation letter.  


  • Cooking instructor
  • Dinner (starters, main course and dessert) with Acropolis view
  • One glass of wine or one beer (or soft drink)
  • A complimentary copy of the recipes cooked


  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off service
  • Drinks (you may order extra drinks which you will have to pay for, directly to the restaurant, afterward)
  • Gratuities (gratuity rates in Greece are around 10% of service cost) 

Learn How to Cook Greek Food

Discover Greece’s culture through its delicious food. The best way to do so is by graduating from a hands-on cooking class. During this tour, you’ll learn how to cook traditional Greek dishes with a small group of fellow food lovers. Along the way, with the guidance of your experienced instructor, you’ll become familiar with the ingredients and the techniques that are the foundation of Greek cooking.

Dietary restrictions

Our Athens Cooking Lesson is vegetarian-friendly, as only the main dish involves meat. It is up to you whether you will actively participate in the making of this one dish and the instructor will provide you with a vegetarian alternative of your choice for your dinner. We can also accommodate gluten-free participants as long as we have advance notice However, there are limited choices for other dietary restrictions such as dairy-free. If you have any of the above dietary restrictions or SERIOUS FOOD ALLERGIES, please contact us in advance.

Prepare and Enjoy a Delicious Greek Dinner 

With a small group, you’ll work together to prepare a Greek Sunday dinner. You’ll take home the easy-to-follow recipes so you can host your own Greek dinner party back home.

The dinner typically includes the preparation of 3 to 4 starters, salad, a main dish and a dessert. Menus vary according to season as well as the fresh products and meat available at the local market.  At the end of the lesson, you will enjoy the dishes you created with a majestic view of the Acropolis.

This cooking class starts at 16:30 hours (4.30 pm).


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    • January 6th - Epiphany

    • March 7th - Shrove Monday

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    • August 15th - Assumption of Virgin Mary

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    • December 24th - Christmas Eve

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