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Located in central Paris, we offer French Cooking Classes, Market Visits, Patisserie Classes, Wine & Cheese Tastings and Hosted Gastronomic dining. All our events are in ENGLISH! Our experiences are unique as they not only involve intense tasting...more
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My girlfriend and I always enjoy taking cooking classes when we visit a foreign country as a good way to meet someone local and learn about the culture and city through them while also making and eating some good food. We took the 3 course...More
Just recently returned from Paris and wanted to share my wonderful experience with Frederic who was the chef at my 3 course lunch. Frederic was engaging, knowledgeable and just plain fun. This was a wonderful way to spend the afternoon in Paris. The setting was...More
Definitely the highlight of my week in Paris. The space was amazing and the class was the perfect amount of instructions to hands on! The macarons turned out great and I could not have been more pleased with my time there.
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Do you love to cook? Have you never cooked? Either way, this is so much fun. Frederic teaches how to be inspired by fresh ingredients at the market and build a menu around that. Le Foodist is easy to find; the entire experience is well...More
I loooove croissant and of course I love the French croissant!
I read about Le Foodist on Instagram, fall in love with the croissant pictures and decide to book a class (2 classes...) with them.
In 2 different times I learn the art of making...More
What can I say, Frederic (Freddie) was incredible. Not only is he an incredibly talented Chef, he is extremely funny. He took the time to explain the science behind everything we did and taught in a way that was fun & easy to follow. The...More
Joined a macaron cooking class at Le Foodist. The set up is stylish and well equipped. Teacher was charming and energetic. She quickly had us all set up and 2 hours later a pretty decent batch of yummy macarons was ready. It was good fun...More
My wife and I thought taking a cooking class in Paris might be fun. It was WAY more than that. Our French version of “Bobby Flay” - Freddie was not only tremendously engaging but knowledgeable as well. My wife is a terrific cook, but even...More
Response from fredpouillot | Property representative |
Bonjour Denise F,
actually your credit card is charged at the time of booking. So if that is a concern, I would suggest you book closer to your class date (provided you have flexibility in your schedule in case the class... More
Bonjour Denise F,
actually your credit card is charged at the time of booking. So if that is a concern, I would suggest you book closer to your class date (provided you have flexibility in your schedule in case the class you wanted has filled-up of course).
I hope this helps
I'm considering a cooking class for my next trip. I've narrowed it down to La Cuisine and Le Foodist. I'd like to do the one where you shop at the market, then cook, then eat. Does the group get to choose the menu? I'm a little bit picky, I'm willing to try new things, but there are things I definitely don't like (and I'm allergic to white fish). Has anyone done a cooking class with either of these places? They look so similar, I'm not sure which to choose.
September 27, 2018|
I did the market class (morning) with La Cuisine and can recommend it. The group did make the decision about what we were going to fix and it was a white fish of some sort, wasn't my choice but I`m not allergic, and enjoyed it. My advice is to let the school know that you are allergic to white fish and remind the "chef" when you are at the market. My take is that they have a pretty good idea of what they want to prepare before they get to the market, even though the group gets some input, so...More