Learn how to cook some delicious Thai food – tuna tartare, vegetarian pumpkin curry, and pad thai by Osha Thai’s chef and owner Wassana Korkhieola on October 4 at Cova Hotel located at 655 Ellis St.
The fun event will last from 6:30-8:30 p.m and is $20 at the door OR $15 when you select the attend box on Facebook (names will be written down 24 hours before the class, so check attend at least by October 3rd @ 6:30pm). All attendees will be allowed to eat too once the food has been prepared.
The first Osha Thai debuted in San Francisco in 1996, and since then, the popular restaurant has opened many more across the city.
South East cooking classes are held every first Thursday of the month by the South East Asian Cultural Heritage & Musical Performing Arts (SEACHAMPA).
With the collaboration of volunteers and supporters, SEACHAMPA serves as a space where Southeast Asians can share, learn and take pride in their roots through language, cooking, dance, music and many other culture-enriching courses. Most recently, SEACHAMPA has found a new home at 1829 Market St. Suite #205 in San Francisco.
For more info on the cooking classes or SEACHAMPA, contact (415) 286-2291 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more info on Cova Hotel, visit: http://www.covahotel.com/