High on the wish list for many travelers to Paris is taking a cooking class.What a great idea: learning to cook (or honing your skills) in this world culinary capital!
There’s a warm welcome from the talented chef Alain Cirelli (who’s worked at prestigious posts at Lasserre, Michel Guerard, Alain Dutournier etc). Groups are limited to eight people and menus are themed by season, with market visits, pastry workshops, etc. If you love cooking and traveling, chef Berté also organizes unique three-day trips for up to 10, to, say, Krakow, Poland, with visits to the market, restaurants, Chopin’s house etc.
Classes are in French but “most of our chefs speak English and really it’s the gestures you’re learning,” says chef Cirelli. Learn how to construct a full dinner– with starter, main and desert– and then eat it with the chef, washed down with lots of wine! Contact the office for details or e-mail: English spoken. Average fee from 100€ for the three hour course which includes lunch/dinner/wine. Tel: 33 1 40 26 1400 And don’t forget The Ritz-Escoffier school when it re-opens in 2016!
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Of the top-notch cooking classes, macaron making is a favourite, so are the classes on brioche and the French baguette. His kitchen is near the picturesque Place des Vosges in the heart of the Marais.