Cooking Classes in Paris at Le Labo Culinaire

Cooking Classes in Paris at Le Labo Culinaire

For many travellers to Paris, one of the most exciting city enticements is la cuisine française. From the traditional classic dishes to newer, innovative recipes, Parisian restaurants tempt the taste buds. It’s little wonder, then, that so many visitors look for cooking classes while on their Parisian sojourn.

One recommended establishment is Le Labo Culinaire, which specialises in participatory workshops that are fun and convivial. You’ll mingle with fellow food lovers and learn tips and tricks from talented chefs. The school is not limited to French cuisine, though. You can also sign up for ateliers focusing on sushi, Oriental cuisine (like Moroccan tagines), molecular cuisine, macarons and more. There are also dedicated workshops just for kids (think cupcakes and sweet treats!)

For English speakers, there are two options. You can sign up for a group cooking class, limited to 15 participants, which is a great way to make new friends while having fun in the kitchen. Or you can book a private class with a group of family members, friends, or colleagues. In fact, the school hosts a large number of team-building ateliers for businesses.

Prices range from 39 to 89 euros per person, depending on the specific class and its duration. The English cooking class called “The Bistrot Menu” lasts three hours and costs 99 euros per person. You’ll prepare a three-course menu starting with beef tartare, followed by duck breast glazed with honey and spices, then finish with a chocolate fondant with vanilla cream.

Le Labo Culinaire is located at 11 avenue Stéphane Mallarmé in the 17th arrondissement, a seven-minute walk from the Avenue des Champs-Elysées and a 10-minute walk from the Opéra. For more information or to register for a class, visit; call +33 (0)1 46 22 20 94
or email: [email protected]

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