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Dine-In

  • • At Bindia we have streamlined our concept which means that all our shops are now exclusively take away shops. However, you are still welcome to enjoy your meal at the shop (Dine-In) for the same great price as take away. Therefore, it is no longer possible (nor necessary) to book a table, but:
  • • Some of our shops have significantly better dine-in facilities (larger premises & more tables) than others. Therefore, we recommend that you use the links below to see the shops from inside. This way you can figure out which shop suits your purpose the best.

    Trianglen (2100 Kbh. Ø)
    Gl. Kongevej (1850 Frb. C)
    Elmegade (2200 Kbh. N)
    Lyngby Hovedgade (2800 Kgs. Lyngby)
    Amagerbrogade (2300 Kbh. S)
    Søborg Hovedgade (2860 Søborg)

  • • Placing your order, paying, and picking up your meal are all done at the counter. You can pick any of the available tables (table reservation not possible).
  • • See our menu HERE
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Visit our new Bindia at Søborg Hovedgade 57

INDIAN COOKING CLASSES

Homemade food tastes best when the cook is present!

Are you planning a teambuilding event, celebrating a birthday or having a bachelor party, then give an exciting and different angle to it. Bindia offers courses in Indian cooking.

What will you learn

The course (which can be held in English) will give you a good insight into Indian cooking, where you will learn to make healthy and delicious Indian food. It’s fun and instructive, and at the same time cozy and social – and best of all: it ends up with incredibly delicious food

The Teacher

The course is led by Amer Suleman, who is a chef, and founder of Bindia. Amer has much experience with lectures, and has previously been a school teacher here in Copenhagen. He has previously held cooking classes both in collaboration with Claus Meyer and Mikkel Shafi*. Amer is very devoted to healthy food, Ayurveda**, spices

Time schedule for the day

  • 11:00 – 11:30

    Introduction to Indian food and culture. A bit about Ayurveda and the invention of curries.

  • 11:30 – 12:30

    We go in the kitchen and make Mint Chutney, Raita and Onion Bhaji.

  • 12:30 – 13:00

    We take a break and catch a bite to eat.

  • 13:00 – 14:30

    We go back in the kitchen and cook curries.

  • 14:30 – 15:30

    We make rice and flatbread.

  • 15:30 – 16:00

    We finish by eating our food in the restaurant. Also Q&A session and feedback time.

PRACTICAL INFO

You do not need to bring anything to the course – Bindia provides aprons and cooking utensils.
The number of participants at the course is usually around 8-10 people.
The classes take place at Bindia by Trianglen from 11:00 – 16:00 (5 hours) on Saturdays and Sundays.
During the course there will be a small bite to eat, and at the end of the course, we sit together and eat the food in the restaurant. Beverages can be purchased.

Prices

Per person: 1.200,- (Minimum 10.000)

The price includes raw material used + shopping list and recipes.
For larger groups above 10 people, please contact us for a better offer.

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