Pastel de Natal Cooking Class

Hands-on cooking class

In this, approximately 2 hour, hands-on Pastel de Nata cooking class you will learn how to make the traditional Pastel de Nata from scratch.

We provide the ingredients and you provide your hands. To finalize, we bake Portugal’s most iconic pastry inside a professional oven to get the best results.


With pre-made dough: 1.5 hours
From scratch: 2 hours


Alcântara - Lisboa
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Master Chef Kitchen

Several workstations and tables in a gastronomic eco-system

WEAT Master Chef Kitchen in Lisbon was inspired by the most successful cooking television series in the world: Masterchef.  And it was designed for corporate events in Lisbon and group cooking classes. At each event, the group is divided into teams that select their own roles in the kitchen.

If amateur chefs are put to the test on the TV show, WEAT’s Master Chef Kitchen is for food lovers looking to have fun, enjoy and share good food and their culinary passion.

Your time starts...


Feel like you're in Masterchef

Pastel de Nata Master Chef Challenge

Put on your aprons and get ready for a culinary journey where you’ll have your logical, mental and manual skills exercised.

Masterchef-style challenges are perfect for Team Building events. For this Pastel de Nata cooking class challenge It will be necessary to work as a team, organize, produce and, above all, communicate to be able to cook one pastel de nata for the judges.

There’s a role for everyone – even those who don’t know how to cook will get involved, because with us, anyone can be a Masterchef!


Meet the chef

Carolina Ribeiro

Carolina Ribeiro has the most decadent desserts in Lisbon. She’s worked in Michellin Star restaurants and has her own Pastry Business: O Grão de Cacau. From a Monster “half melted half crunchy big chocolate chunks” cookie to awesome birthday and wedding cakes, Carolina has the best desserts we ever tasted.

Carolina first took a degree in Engineering, but decided that she rather build sweeter things. She decided to take another degree, in Culinary Arts and some other courses in Food Photography and Food Styling.

With all this background, Carolina only works with the finest ingredients to reach the best results. Her puff pastry is simply one of the crunchiest and tastiest we ever eaten. We always wish that there is some puff pastry left overs to make the best mini Palmiers ever.