Great place to learn, eat, buy cooking products and kitchenware! Lovely staff. Really worths returning. Worths the visit and also taking cooking classes.
Even without understanding all of what was said by the wonderful chef Marie, this was one of my most fun Paris experiences ever. In the course of one hour. Since the chef shows you what to do in advance, language is not really a problem. You may still pick up a few useful tips, like cooking the potato peel in... More
I just attended a class outing to L'atelier. Great concept and great fun. The event featured 6 work stations where everyone in our group had the chance to make their own course: appetizers, main course, desserts, and cocktail recipes. The supervising chefs at each station walk you through each recipe and you follow along. They do all the food prep... More
We've had several excellent experiences with L'atelier des Chefs in the Galeries Lafayette and BHV. This time we chose the Hotel De Ville location, which is actually a self-standing building. There's more room, so more students. The problem was that the teacher demonstrated things very quickly, on the other side of the room where we couldn't see him, and then... More
My friend and I decided on a whim to do a French Cooking class on our one day in Paris, and we were able to book a 45 min class the night before. Navigating our way to the class was more difficult as the taxi driver and surrounding shops didn't know what we were talking about, and we didn't realise... More
While visiting Aix-en-Provence we wanted to enjoy a cooking class and there were a few different culinary schools. L'atelier des Chefs offered many options - classes that were all day, to just a few hours, to one hour or even a half hour - something to fit everyone's needs and interests! We chose to do a one-hour class and it... More
Located inside the iconic Bazarre Hotel d'Ville (BHV) department store and 1 block from Notre Dame, this was the perfect cooking class for our small group. They offer several classes, this one was 3 hours, and featured traditional French dishes featuring fish and potatoes. The class was a total of 10, half French, the other half a mixture of nationalities,... More
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