Food & Wine Pairing Special Event – 4 Mains with Chef Eric Fraudeau & Michelin-star Chef Geoffroy Maillard

An Event not to be missed  – Quatre Mains – Chef’s Table – Food & Wine Pairing in Paris

On September 26, 2017, Chef Eric Fraudeau, owner/creator of Cook’n With Class – French cooking school in Paris & Uzès, will be joined by chef Geoffroy Maillard, Michelin-starred chef/owner of La Table d’Eugène, for a special Chef’s Table. In honor of Cook’n With Class’s 10th anniversary celebration, these two seasoned chefs will join their creative talents to bring us a special 5-plate tasting menu based on what is fresh and in season. As always in our Chef’s Table- Food & Wine Pairing class, each plate will be expertly paired by our sommelier, with 5 wines. This will be an intimate evening where 8 guests will get to enter the kitchens of two great chefs.

This “4-mains” (4 hands), Chef’s Table will start off with our two chefs shopping together for the fresh seasonal products they will use to compose the surprise menu. Their collective experiences, from the restaurant kitchens of The Ritz, Four Seasons, Le Bristol & the Plazza Athénée will make this a not to be missed event. Guests will arrive directly at the school to participate in thie unique evening of food & wine.

You will sit at the chefs’ table while they work their magic preparing small tasting plates paired with wines. This is neither the cuisine of Chef Eric nor the cuisine of Chef Geoffroy but a collaborative culinary creation of two great chefs. Sit back and enjoy our Quatre-Mains Chef’s Table- Food & Wine Pairing event.

Join our chefs and sommelier in Paris this September 26th 2017 for this special class:

Date: September 26, 2017
Time: 7PM-11PM
Price: 195€/person (wine included)

Spaces limited: We will only be able to accommodate 8 people. If the event is marked as full, you can always add your name to the waiting list. 

This event is part of the Cook’n With Class 10 year anniversary celebration. Be sure to also try your chance at winning our Grand Prize of a trip for two to Paris in our Cook’n in Paris Sweepstakes. Contest ends September 24th.


Meet our Chefs

chef Eric Fraudeau - Elena Usacheva

When he left France at the age of 24, with his experiences working in the kitchens of Alain Ducasse & Joel Robuchon, dreaming of a life overseas, La Rochelle native, Chef Eric Fraudeau never imagined he would make his way back to France. After more than 2 decades working for others from intern, to sous chef to executive chef, Chef Fraudeau felt it was time to spread his wings but it wasn’t a restaurant he envisioned. With over 30 years in the food & hospitality industry in France, Mexico, Canada & the USA, his experiences and passion for French food, he brings us his French cooking school in Paris in 2007, teaching classes in English to visiting tourists and local anglophones. The concept is simple, sharing French culture with visitors through its cuisine – from market classes, to bread making and French desserts. Classes are led by professionally trained chefs and bakers in a fun & convivial atmosphere.
After 10 years of offering cooking classes in Paris, Cook’n With Class Paris has certainly left its mark. Discover the school.

Geoffroy Maillard - Fabien Gordon

Originating from Brittany, Chef Geoffroy Maillard, arrived in Paris at the age of 20 to grace the kitchens of Plazza Athénée & the Bristol among others. After several years alongside some big names in French cuisine, he decided it was time for his own venture. Chef Maillard opened La Table d’Eugène in 2008 with dreams of one day obtaining a Michelin star and in 2015 this popular local Montmartre bistro gastronomic did just that. His clientele was diverse and included the likes of former French president, François Holland and French actor Fabrice Luchini even before the Michelin star. Within a year or two, Chef Maillard opened a second local gem, La Rallonge – a French tapas bar that turns out some grand plates in a small space. He and his associate and sous-chef, François Vaudeschamps can be quite proud of the success that this small shining star in Montmartre has earned.

Discover La Table d’Eugene & La Rallonge

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