My wife's and my favorite tour in Italy, and we did 4 different tours. When I signed up I thought Small Group meant 10 people max, but it actually was just my wife and I. The translator/organizer met us in a public plaza near the restaurant we were going to cook at, and she was very friendly and spoke excellent English. My wife and I made carbonara, gnocchi, and bruschetta, and we ate all 3 plus some tiramisu. After our whole trip, my wife and I agreed that this was our favorite part of the entire trip. The chef himself was really nice, although he didn't speak any English. The restaurant we cooked at was a nice restaurant too. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone. The organizer promised us the recipes, but it's been over a month and we haven't got those yet, although she did say there were always problems getting the recipes to email inboxes, because they are frequently marked as spam, so I suspect that is what happened. Other than that, a 10/10 experience!
This was a lot of fun. The only issue I have is with your write up of this. This cooking class was in a cooking school not someone's home and we had 10 people in the class not the max of 6 people you alluded to. It appears everyone booked through Viator as well and were expecting the above. Once we got over the change of venue and what to expect, the class was lovely and the chef was wonderful. Lots of fun. You may want to include the approximate time for the class as well. It is from 4 to 5 hours long.
Our tour was great! Our guide/translator Holly was awesome! She was very informative and knowledgeable! The restaurant also was able to deliver the tiramisu that was on the trip details so she gave us one of each of the desserts that the place made and then took us to a place that is known for the best tiramisu in Rome, which I must say was amazing! We enjoyed the class, had a great time and were very satisfied!