Here’s a selection of questions we’re often asked, with answers to help you.
If you can’t find an answer to your question here, please get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.
I am driving to Little Kitchen for a workshop. Is there parking locally?
Little Kitchen is located in a residential area, where there are no parking permits.
You can usually find a parking space within a couple of minutes walk.
What time should I arrive for the workshop?
We ask that everyone arrives 10-15 minutes before the workshop is due to start (e.g. 6:50pm at the latest, for a 7pm workshop).
This allows you time to get ready so that the workshop can to start on time and therefore finish as close to the advertised time as possible.
Unfortunately we don’t have the facilitates to accommodate very early arrivals.
I am getting a train to and from Bristol and need to plan my return journey. Will the workshop finish exactly on time?
We always endeavour for workshops to finish at their advertised time.
We do recognise that our customers will work a different paces and for this reason, we cannot guarantee that it will finish exactly at the advertised time.
Do make sure you allow time for the workshop to run over a little, just in case.
I was given a workshop as a gift but I cannot make the date. Am I able to transfer onto another date in the future?
This is not a problem. All we ask for is at least three weeks notice to give us sufficient time to fill your space.
Please see our Terms and Conditions for further information.
I have special dietary needs, are you able to accommodate me by adapting dishes?
Sometimes we are able to adapt dishes to suit certain dietary requirements.
You will need to contact us beforehand to check that we are able to do this.
I am feeling unwell and don't think I will be able to make the workshop that I am booked onto tomorrow. I would like to be transferred onto another workshop.
As per our Terms of Service, we are unable to make a transfer at such short notice, we ask for at least three weeks notice.
You are of course welcome to send a friend/family member/work colleague in your place.
Just let us know if you are intending to send someone else along so we know who to expect.
I am coming to one of your workshops, but am unsure what I need to bring.
All of our courses and workshops include tuition, ingredients, disposable packaging and recipe cards as well as provision of equipment and an apron during the session.
All you need to bring along is yourself!
If you want to bring sturdier packaging such as plastic containers or tins to take items home, please do.
Will there be snacks and refreshments available during the workshop?
We offer a variety of soft drinks and hot drinks all for £1-1.50 each. On some workshops you maybe able to snack on what you have made once it has finished cooking.
On our dine-in nights you are able to bring beer or wine to enjoy whilst you cook and later eat.
I want to book a class for myself and my daughter who is 8 years old, do you run anything which would be suitable?
Please visit our Adult and Child Cookery section. The page details the minimum age requirements and those aged 6 and 7 maybe limited to the equipment which they can use.
Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate children and babies in our adult workshops for insurance reasons and to ensure the enjoyment of all attending the workshop. Please take a look at who the workshops is suitable for on each individual workshop webpage for further information.