What is this phenomenon called Pintxos?
Pintxo (or Pincho) are like Spanish Tapas with a twist - eaten in the Basque area in northern Spain. These bite size dishes are commonly spiked with a skewer and presented on a slice of bread. This is where tradition meets innovation on a backdrop of a fiercely proud and resilient culture. Appearance, aroma, taste and texture will ensure all your senses are engaged! Mandatory!!!!
1. Pickled Anchovy - Spanish Cheese - Roasted Walnut - Berry
2. Spanish Jamon – Saffron – Prawn - Mushroom
3. Squid “A La Plancha” - Caramelised Onion - Parsley Oil - Squid Ink Emulsion
4. Volcano Of Morcilla – Apple - Sultana – Yolk - Black Salt
5. Eggplant - Goat's Cheese - Onion Jam
6. Slow Cooked Glazed Pork Ribs – Spice - Sesame Seeds - Parsley Oil
7. Melons – Marscapone - Sweet Basil Oil - Pistachio
A terrific experience, a great way to spend a Saturday. Makes a great gift. Anna Jan 2017
Really exceeded expectations! Food, instructions and atmosphere was great. Jeremy 2017
It was a birthday gift - a good one I must say.
Just perfect setting - right involvement in the cooking. Javier, May 2017
Pintxos is the plural, and these delights are meant to be eaten and enjoyed with friends and acquaintances, both old and new.
You’ll get to experience a wide variety of different flavours since each mouthful is a new sensation.
Enjoying Pintxos is a totally different vibe to a sit down three course meal. Pintxos are meant to be enjoyed in the company of others.
Sitting or standing at a bar and having a drink and pintxos with friends is the ultimate Basque experience.
Come along to the Spice Bazaar Cooking School and learn the art of creating Pintxos.
You’ll then enjoy eating them with your new friends, along with a couple of glasses of matched wine.
Indicative menu only. We reserve the right to vary the menu somewhat based on seasonality,
ingredient quality/availability, menu refinements, and chef's inspiration!
We will endeavour to accommodate dietary requirements if made aware on booking.
Due to the nature of taking part in a group activity, however, it is unfeasible to omit certain ingredients from all dishes in a class.
Some of our classes are more appropriate than others for those with dietary requirements - please contact us for further information on suitability of class menus.
Allergens present in classes: nuts - seafood - wheat - dairy - egg