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Vegan Cooking Class Milan

From 100€ / person

Experience the authentic taste of Italian cuisine without any animal products! Join our vegan Italian cooking class in Milan, led by a local chef who knows all the secrets of traditional vegan dishes from Italy.

Learn how to prepare classic Italian recipes such as

  • caponata, a Sicilian dish based on eggplant and tomatoes
  • ribollita, a Tuscan soup based on cabbage, potatoes, and beans
  • risotto with mushrooms or any vegetable in season
  • pasta with broccoli
  • biancomangiare, a Sicilian dessert based on almonds

Discover the delicious and healthy options that Italy has to offer for those following a plant-based diet.

Our class uses only seasonal, organic and locally sourced ingredients.

Don’t miss this chance to expand your culinary skills and enjoy a taste of Italy without compromising your values. Book your spot now!


Different locations are available in the Milan metro area, depending on the group size.

If you prefer a stunning natural location, we are waiting for you for the Vegan Cooking Class at Lake Maggiore.

Caponata (Sicilian vegan dish)


  • hands-on cooking class
  • three courses meal
  • quality wine or beer
  • bottled water
  • taxes
Asparagus and turmeric risotto


Customers will receive a full refund with 24 hours notice of cancellation. The total amount will be charged if the booking is canceled less than 24 hours before the event.

Frequently asked questions

What is the duration of Marco’s Kitchen cooking class?

Usually, 3 hours are spent in the kitchen preparing the 3-course meal which is then shared. Therefore, the total duration is usually about 4-5 hours.

In my group there are people who are not interested in cooking, can they only participate in the lunch (or dinner) prepared by me?

Yes, of course, contact us for more information.

Need more info?

Don’t you find availability for the desired date?

Do you have some special requirements?

Don’t hesitate to contact us, we will answer your questions!

Pumpkin and Jerusalem artichoke soup

And if you’re not already Vegan, but you want to start, have a look at how to go Vegan for a week.