The Experience

The whole experience will be held from 9:30 am until 4 or 4:30 pm

Cost per person: 180 US Dlls

Party of 2:  $ 180 US Dlls each
Party of 3:  $ 171 US Dlls each
Party of 4:  $ 165 US Dlls each
Child: $ 120 US Dlls each

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Invite a friend to lunch!

In case you want to invite a friend or two (Maximum 2) over for lunch with us at Casa Jacaranda, let us know in advance and book the invitation. You will cook for them, and then they can enjoy a delicious Mexican meal with the group.

Cost per friend 40 US Dlls

We prepare a full menu in all our classes (two appetizers, one main dish and dessert). We all sit and enjoy the 4-course meal, and pair the food with a selection of Mexican wine and mezcal. You can choose from one of our 4 menus, although they can vary based on what's freshest in the market:

Mole Poblano
A very baroque, very traditional and delicious dish prepared with almost 20 ingredients that include exotic spices, dried chiles and chocolate. Appetizers and sides go perfectly with the uniqueness of this grandmama of all moles. A ceremonial dish up to this day, it's easy to get why (and how) mole is a strong part of every Mexican family's culinary tradition.
Mexican Finger Food
Traditionally called "antojitos" –which translates literally into "little cravings"– Mexican cuisine is full of appetizers to suit every taste. Small yet very tasty and done the authentic way, we'll put out deep-fied tacos, enchiladas, sopes, and more, with their accompanying salsas and guacamole.
Cochinita Pibil
Delicious and striking, this dish is prepared shrouded in banana tree leaves and soaked in delicate and aromatic spices that are exotic anywhere north of the Yucatán peninsula, where descendants of the Maya cooked it for the first time. A habanero salsa, yucatecan refried beans and fresh appetizers harmoniously round up the experience.
Al Pastor-style Fish Tacos
Yes, we use the traditional recipe used for marinating pork elsewhere in the city, but now pair it with fresh fish from the Pacific or the Gulf of Mexico. The result is as delicious as it is surprising. You won't need to set up a vertical charcoal grill to make this one (and impress everyone) back home. Tender corn tamales are this menu's delish appetizer.

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