Chef Luis' classes

Traditional Mexican Menu

  • Tortilla Soup. Chicken and tomato broth, shredded chicken, crispy fried tortillas, avocado slices and cheese, this is a staple of every Mexican restaurant.
  • Easy Chicken Mole. The sauce is known for its rich, earthy, nutty and flavor. Made with mole Paste, dried peppers, chocolate and chicken, wrapped in fresh tortillas and served over Mexican red rice
  • Tortillas from scratch, to go with the mole. Take turns at trying to make your own tortillas!
  • Camote enmielado. Also known as Mexican candied sweet potatoes, is a warm and delicious dessert made with sweet potatoes, Mexican raw molasses, and comforting spices.


Mexican Seafood Night

  • Camarones zarandeados: grilled prawns, staple from the pacific coast, this recipe is a must try item at any pacific coast Mexican city
  • Tacos de pulpo al ajillo: octopus tacos, Pan Seared octopus with huajillo pepper & garlic, served with Guacamole and Spicy slaw
  • Jalapeño sauce
  • Green Rice: Cilantro & Jalapeño rice packed with flavour and amazing complement of a dish
  • Pastel 3 leches: Mexican cake made of 3 different milk!


Tacos Masterclass

  • Creamy Avocado Dip, served with tortilla chips.
  • Authentic Tacos, including:
    • Cochinita pibil: Yucatán most famous pork in annato seed and sour orange
    • Xnipec: Mayan's onion and Habanero Salsa
    • Tinga de Pollo: chicken in tomato and chipotle adobo sauce
    • Salsa Tatemada: charred tomato and jalapeno sauce
    • Tortillas from scratch
  • Pan de Elote: Mexican flourless corn bread


Mexican Fiesta

  • Pork Pozole: traditional Mexican stew that dates back to the Aztecs. Hearty broth made with homini and roasted dry chillies, pork meat, serves traditionally with shaved lettuce, radishes, lime and diced onions
  • Baja Fish Tacos: Traditional from the Ensenada region, one of the most famous Mexican tacos, originally deep fried in pork fat and served with a composite mayo and a crispy slaw, this tacos are a must. Served with freshly made tortillas.
  • Leche Cocida: Traditional Mexican Milk Custard Dessert, this is Chef Luis' grandma recipe! A very old recipe, close to creme anglaise that is made traditionally with raw milk, sugar and vanilla. Perfect ending for our class!