Last time we were in Bali we missed out on a cooking class at Bumbu and were told you need book at least 5 weeks in advance. As we will be there again in June I have been emailing the restaurant to secure my spot for June and they require full payment at the time of the booking. i'd be more comfortable with just paying a deposit, but interested to know if this is what all cooking class participants have had to do to secure a spot prior to arrival?
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We booked 3 weeks in advance and I asked if I could pay when we got there because I wasn't comfortable sending my credit card details via email. We were told we could pay on the day for the class, so that's what we did - we... 続きを読む
We booked 3 weeks in advance and I asked if I could pay when we got there because I wasn't comfortable sending my credit card details via email. We were told we could pay on the day for the class, so that's what we did - we paid at the end of the session. However, I was asked for my hotel details and I assume they checked that we were actually going to be there when we said we were. Once we arrived, I was also asked to let them know our room number, but that was for our pick-up for the lesson. The food we made there was the best we had the entire time in Bali. If we had realised that was going to be the case, we would have eaten in one of their restaurants as well. Enjoy!
Votre avis parle d'un tarif de 300.000 Rp (environ 20€), alors que les autres publications parlent de 90$;
Pouvez-vous me confirmer ?
Do you have to go to the markets? I'm pregnant and tired, but would really like to do the cooking class -- just not get up for a 5am start!!!