BombayJules @ Foodwhizz

After all the various topics that I’ve written about till date, this post touches upon a subject that’s very, very close to my heart: a blog about a student’s experience at Foodwhizz Cookery School.Julia & Group

We had the pleasure of teaching a group of expat’s this past week and here’s what one of  our student, an avid blogger and needless to say a foodie has to say about us:

“… I had been trying to find a class for quite a while.  I had emailed a couple of schools purporting to teach Indian cooking – but as is typical – received no response whatsoever … Not so with Foodwhizz Cookery School …  Their website is modern, simple and informative – listing out a number of interesting looking alternatives … I emailed them and swiftly got a reply offering me date and time options … Chef Shwetambari (or ‘Shweta’) greeted us personally … chatted together about her background, family and training … Priyanka is a lawyer by profession but also runs the customer care and marketing side of the business – and very efficiently so may I add.  We were handed a set of neatly presented cooking instructions – which would form the basis for our three hour session …”

Julia goes on to describe her experience with us in detail with a sneak peak into some useful tips about our Mughlai recipes as well. Her full blog is available to read here:

Feedback is our way of learning from your experiences. If you’ve cooked or baked with us, please write to us on to share your experience.

If you haven’t met us yet, we’re eagerly looking forward to meet with you!

Till then… Happy Cooking!

Shwetambari & Priyanka.