Sticky Rice Cooking School luxury Villas – Stirling Adelaide Hills: It was by pure chance that we met Claire Fuller, owner of the Sticky Rice Cooking School Villas. We’d been out shopping and noticed an interesting logo on Claire’s car. Claire invited us to visit Sticky Rice Cooking School and have a look at her luxurious villas. Seriously folks if you want to get away from the big city bustle of central Adelaide, do have a look at this option – especially if you’re after something really unique. The Sticky Rice Cooking School luxury Villas – Stirling Adelaide is just a 25min drive to the Adelaide Hills at Stirling.
Sticky Rice Cooking School luxury Villas – Stirling Adelaide Hills – Cooking classes
If you opt to take the asian cooking classes at the school, you’ll be learning from guest chefs from many parts of Australia. You’ll meet the lovely Chef Yukiko Anschutz from the award winning Shiki restaurant at the Hyatt Regency hotel – her Japanese and Thai classes are legendary! However, you don’t have to take the cooking classes and instead, choose to just enjoy an independent stay in the villas.
Sticky Rice Cooking School luxury Villas – Stirling Adelaide Hills – Villa stay
All 3 villas have that wow factor and each have a very unique look to each other. However, they all share the same Asian architecture. You’ll love the beautiful designer furnishing and standalone stone baths.
The Jag kitchens are truly state-of-the-art and if your an avid chef, you can really cook up a gastronomic storm and invite close friends to enjoy the fruits of your labour.
Each villa is individually styled to reflect the understated comfort options often found in Bali, Thailand and Japan. Each Villa has its own private walled outdoor courtyard and individual gardens – great for those zen moments where you have to chill out and be in the moment. Seriously, you’d be hard-put to choose between these villas, as each one has stand-out features with the wow factor.
Seriously, we found this to be an unexpected real oasis from the city. I only wish we’d known about this sooner.