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Amalfi Coast: Italian Cooking Class with Neapolitan Chef

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  • Experience a unique 3-hour cooking adventure! Craft authentic Italian dishes– mozzarella, pasta, and tiramisu– guided by an expert chef.
  • Let your chef lead you through the process of crafting the ideal pasta dough, guiding you in shaping it to your desired style from scratch.
  • Discover the authenticity of organic farm ingredients in the class, where your chef will guide you through cooking using traditional techniques.
  • Create tagliatelle using only flour, oil, and eggs while enjoying the stunning panoramic views of the entire Amalfi coast.
  • Lean back, and enjoy the delicious results of your cooking journey along with a nice glass of wine. You've earned it!


  • 3-hour Italian cooking lesson
  • Chef fluent in English & Italian
  • Organic wine tasting
  • Artisanal processing of mozzarella
  • Pasta processing
  • Tiramisu processing
  • 3 course pasta
  • Homemade limoncello
  • Tip: Feel free to add your twist to the recipes. Cooking classes are a great place to experiment with flavors and find what suits your taste.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Infant seats available.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
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Embark on an exquisite culinary journey along the Amalfi Coast, where every dish is a masterpiece and every bite is a revelation. Delight in the symphony of flavors that showcase the region's rich food culture, artisanal delights, and time-honored traditions. Our Amalfi Coast food tour ensures each moment is a delectable exploration of Mediterranean gastronomy.

Food Culture of Amalfi Coast

Grilled Swordfish Steaks

Seafood Splendor

With its proximity to the sea, Amalfi's cuisine thrives on the bounty of the Mediterranean. Freshly caught seafood like anchovies, mussels, and swordfish take center stage in local dishes, celebrating the region's maritime heritage.

Basil and Lemon Spaghetti

Lemon-Infused Delights

Amalfi is synonymous with lemons, and its cuisine reflects this. The tangy zest of lemons finds its way into dishes such as pasta, risotto, and even desserts, creating a harmonious balance of flavors.

paccheri pasta with squid

Artisanal Pasta

Handcrafted pasta is a culinary tradition here. From Scialatielli to Paccheri, the local pasta varieties are skillfully prepared and paired with delectable sauces, often featuring seafood or garden-fresh ingredients.


Limoncello Lusciousness

The iconic Limoncello liqueur, made from the region's renowned lemons, offers a sweet and citrusy conclusion to a meal. It's a quintessential Amalfi experience not to be missed.

Amalfi town square restaurants

Piazza Pleasures

Dining in Amalfi often means embracing the piazza culture. The town's squares are filled with charming trattorias and restaurants where you can relish the traditional cuisine while soaking in the vibrant atmosphere.

Amalfi Pastry with ricotta

Traditional Confections

The region's pastry shops offer an array of traditional sweets. Savor delights like Sfogliatella, a flaky pastry filled with ricotta, and pastiera, a wheat-based cake with aromatic flavors.

Buffalo mozzarella with fresh tomatoes and basil

Farm-to-Table Philosophy

The fertile Amalfi Coast supports a variety of agriculture. Chefs prioritize sourcing locally grown ingredients, resulting in dishes that showcase the freshest vegetables, herbs, and cheeses.

Gastronomic Festivals

Gastronomic Festivals

Throughout the year, Amalfi hosts various food festivals celebrating local produce and traditions. These events provide an opportunity to indulge in authentic dishes and connect with the region's culinary heritage.

Restaurant Gems

Restaurant Gems

Amalfi's culinary scene boasts Michelin-starred restaurants that elevate the dining experience with innovative interpretations of local cuisine. These establishments marry tradition with modern gastronomy.

Restaurant chef

Family Legacy

Many eateries in Amalfi are family-owned, passing down recipes through generations. This brings a sense of authenticity to the dining experience, as every meal is prepared with a deep-rooted passion for the culinary heritage.

Know Before You Go

Top Delicacies in Amalfi Coast
Visitor Tips

The Amalfi Coast food tour usually starts in the late morning or early afternoon, allowing participants to explore local markets, engage in cooking sessions, and enjoy a leisurely dinner.

Cooking classes usually start around mealtime, around 11 AM. Dinner experiences usually begin around 6 PM - 7 PM. It is recommended to refer to the tickets for exact timings and details. 

Amalfi cuisine

The best time to take the Amalfi Coast food tour largely depends on your preferences and the type of experience you're seeking.

  • Spring (April to June): The pleasant weather coupled with a wide variety of fresh local produce, makes it the perfect time to savor local cuisine. Moreover, the crowd is fewer allowing a more relaxed experience. 
  • Summer (July to August): Experience the vibrant and lively Amalfi Coast, a perfect time to eat seafood at fancy restaurants, try out bistros, and enjoy the coastal experience. 
  • Autumn (September to October): Savor seasonal dishes, it is also the best time to partake in wine festivals & tasting. Enjoy local wines and culinary fests. 
  • Winter (November to February): Traditional dishes take center stage, and fewer tourists allow you to get up close with chefs, and locals; delivering an intimate food tour experience. 
Spaghetti alle Vongole
  • Limoncello: A zesty lemon liqueur made from local Sorrento lemons, Limoncello is a refreshing and tangy after-dinner palette cleanser.
  • Sfogliatella: A flaky and layered pastry filled with sweet ricotta cheese and citrus mixture, Sfogliatella is a perfect balance of textures and flavors that reflect the coastal culinary tradition.
  • Spaghetti alle Vongole: Perfectly cooked spaghetti pasta tossed with fresh clams, garlic, parsley, and a hint of white wine, offering a taste of the sea in a rustic yet delicious preparation.
  • Ravioli Capresi: Tender ravioli is stuffed with a mixture of caciotta cheese, herbs, and aromatic spices, then served with tomato sauce and fresh basil, creating a comforting and authentic pasta dish.
  • Parmigiana di Melanzane: Layers of fried eggplant, tomato sauce, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese are baked to perfection, a staple in local cuisine.
  • Scialatielli ai Frutti di Mare: A fresh pasta similar to thick fettuccine, is combined with an array of seafood like mussels, clams, shrimp, and squid, all cooked in a light tomato and white wine sauce, a delightful seafood pasta medley.
Book in Advance
  • Book in Advance: Food tours in Amalfi are popular, especially during peak seasons. To ensure availability and secure your spot, it's advisable to book the Amalfi Coast food tour in advance.
  • Bring an Appetite: Food tours involve tasting various dishes, so arrive with an empty stomach and an open mind to try new flavors and culinary delights.
  • Stay Hydrated: Remember to stay hydrated, especially during warmer months. Carry a water bottle to keep refreshed between tastings.
  • Bring Cash: While many places accept credit cards, having some cash on hand can be useful for smaller vendors or places that may not accept cards.
  • Respect Local Customs: Familiarize yourself with local customs and dining etiquette. It's respectful to follow local practices when interacting with chefs, waitstaff, and fellow diners.
  • Allergies and Dietary Restrictions: If you have allergies or dietary restrictions, inform the tour organizer in advance. This helps them accommodate your needs and ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience.
  • Taste Local Wines: Wash down your meals with delectable local wines, a true Amalfi way of dining. 
  • Tipping: Gratuities are not included in the tour. Check if there's a tipping policy, and consider leaving a tip for the guide if you're satisfied with the experience.
  • Capture Memories: Bring a camera or smartphone to capture the culinary moments and picturesque surroundings. Just remember to balance photography with enjoying the experience.

Frequently Asked Questions About Amalfi Coast Food Tour

What can I expect from the Amalfi Coast food tour?

You can expect to taste a variety of authentic dishes, from seafood delights to pastries. You'll learn about local ingredients, culinary techniques, and the history behind each dish while exploring charming towns along the Amalfi Coast.

How long does an Amalfi Coast food tour last?

Food tour durations vary, but they usually take around 3 to 4 hours. Some tours might be shorter or longer depending on the specific itinerary and experiences included.

What types of foods will I get to try?

Food tours offer a diverse range of foods, including dishes like Limoncello, seafood pasta, pastries like Sfogliatella, and local cheeses. You'll have the chance to taste both savory and sweet specialties.

Is the Amalfi Coast food tour suitable for vegetarians or those with dietary restrictions?

Many food tour organizers can accommodate dietary restrictions, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free diets. It's recommended to inform the tour operator in advance so they can plan accordingly.

How much walking is involved in an Amalfi Coast food tour?

Food tours typically involve moderate walking to various food stops and locations. Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared for some strolling along picturesque streets.

Do I need to bring anything for the Amalfi Coast food tour?

Bring a water bottle, camera, or smartphone for photos, and some cash for small purchases. Comfortable clothing and an appetite are also recommended.

Can I purchase local products during the Amalfi Coast food tour?

Yes, some food tours include visits to local markets and artisan shops where you can purchase items like olive oil, wines, and spices, as souvenirs of your culinary experience.

How do I book an Amalfi Coast food tour?

You can book an Amalfi Coast food tour online. Booking online is recommended, especially during peak tourist seasons. Moreover, it is easy and hassle-free. 

Are tour guides knowledgeable about the local food culture?

Yes, food tour guides are often locals who are passionate about their region's culinary heritage. They are well-versed about the food, history, and cultural significance of the dishes you'll be tasting.

Can children join Amalfi Coast food tours?

Yes, Amalfi Coast food tours are family-friendly, but it's best to check with the tour operator about age restrictions and whether the tour content is suitable for children.

Can I cancel the Amalfi Coast food tour booking?

Yes, you can cancel the tours up to 24 hours before the experience starts and get a full refund. 

Is it necessary to have deep culinary knowledge to enjoy a food tour?

No, you don't need to be a culinary expert to enjoy a food tour. Food tours are designed for all levels of food enthusiasts, from beginners to seasoned foodies.