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The Marathon Chef
$140 for a Three-Hour Cooking Class & Sit-Down Lunch or Dinner for Four People, $200 for Six, $240 for Eight or $280 for 10
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- Learn from the master of cooking.
- Grab a three-hour cooking class and sit down lunch or dinner at The Marathon Chef from $140.
- Bring your friends along and have fun in the kitchen together.
- Enjoy your delectable creations afterwards with a sit down meal.
If the only thing you've mastered in the kitchen is putting out a fire then perhaps it's time to seek professional guidance.
Grab a three-hour cooking class and sit down lunch or dinner at The Marathon Chef and choose from the following options:
- Pay $140 for four people
- Pay $200 for six people
- Pay $240 for eight people
- Pay $280 for 10 people
Let Sergio Guzzardi (the Marathon Chef), an incredibly skilled and Michelin star chef, take you on a culinary journey to the heart of Italy. He has over 30 years of experience, specialising in Mediterranean cuisine, and has worked at some of the best restaurants on the planet. This special offer will have you learning the ins and outs of preparing a fine meal. Sergio is the ultimate teacher who will share his tips and tricks to perfect cuisine. Sit down afterwards to enjoy your creation and be prepared to be amazed at what you can accomplish.
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- A coupon is valid up until and including the expiry date printed on the coupon.
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For example, if you spend $50 on a $100 dining voucher but don't use it before the expiry date, you will still be entitled to $50 worth of food and beverage services at that business for an additional three months.
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