Put on your toque and polish your dancing shoes—this tour is for everyone who loves to cook, dance, laugh and drink. Salsa & Salsa—recipient of the coveted Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence and rated by ABC as one of the world's Top Ten Amazing Cooking Classes—is a hands-on culinary experience like no other and making salsa has never been so much fun! Follow along as two incredibly energetic dancing chefs instruct you on how to make a variety of delicious, fresh salsas. You’ll also learn how to make an authentic Margarita and a frozen strawberry Margarita. Try an assortment of drinks, including all-you-can-drink lime and strawberry margaritas, Jamaica tea (hibiscus herbal tea) and purified water. Snack on your culinary creations with tasty cheese quesadillas, crispy taquitos and freshly fried corn chips. Once you have mastered your cooking skills, your dancing chef will have you moving and swinging to the magic of salsa music.Guests who wish to stay in town to shop or explore independently are welcome to do so, but must make their own way back to the ship.Notes: Minimum age to consume alcoholic beverages is 21 years. Minimum age is 5 years.
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Review 1 for Salsa & Salsa
Date:October 7, 2015
Cruise Date Year:2015
Cruise Date Month:May
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
This tour starts on at the dock. Then a 2 or 3 minute walk to the restaurant. The vivacious, high energy lady who operates this visited from England, and never left. The tourists are seated at 8 person tables. There were about 30 people on this tour. Then the servers bring out the ingredients needed for each dish in turn, and with a loudspeaker, the English lady instructs the guests as to how to make that particular item. We made several different kinds of avocado based dips (guacamole), and a couple of different kinds of soft tacos. Your choice, alcoholic or non alcoholic beverages were included. The Mexican music playing in the background, the boisterous guests, and the loudspeaker food assembly instructions made for a great time. After that, we enjoyed doing sort of a line dancing "salsa" dance, followed by competition with other couples. The lady I was partnered with and I got the "most improved" hilarious award. All in all, a great time was had by all-the English lady (I didn't get her name), the servers, and us guests.