Cook'n With Class Paris
Learn the art of French cooking in a fun, relaxed atmosphere!
So you want to learn to cook in France? Cook’n With Class invites you to our state-of-the-art kitchens in magical Paris in historical Montmartre where you can take a wide range of hands-on French cooking classes in Paris taught in English. Meet our passionate Chefs along with fellow students from all over the world for a fun, educational experience.
Discover French culture through cooking and learning recipes that you can recreate at home.
Paris is for (food) lovers – We couldn’t agree more. If you’re looking for French cooking classes taught in English by professional chefs, you’ve come to the right place. Learn how to make macarons, the famous French baguettes, croissants, and superb French desserts. Meet the Chef for an educational French market visit, prepare for a four-course meal using fresh produce and enjoy a gourmet French lunch or dinner. Take a Cheese & Wine pairing Class and let our sommelier teach you the art of wine tasting. There’s so much to discover about France and what better place to start than through a unique French culinary experience.
French Cooking classes in Paris in English for individuals and groups.
We propose French cooking classes in groups of no more than 6-10 people (depending on the class), so that everyone participates in making the recipes guided by our expert Chefs. Whether you are travelling solo, as a family or in a group we offer a memorable experience for all ages!!
Team-building or Hen Do’s
Looking for a unique experience to share with colleagues or friends? Why not arrange a private French cooking class for your group for a culinary experience you will not soon forget.
We look forward to greeting you at our cooking school in Paris for a delicious, fun culinary experience while learning the secrets of French cuisine.
Cook’n with Class Paris offers you a unique experience with our French Cooking Classes in Paris.
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