Le Cordon Bleu Paris

Le Cordon Bleu

Founded in 1895, this famous Paris cookery school is not just for professionals: be it through patisserie classes or wine workshops, you too can become a cordon bleu!

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Le Cordon Bleu needs no introduction. The one-hundred-year-old private cookery school now has branches in London, New York, Tokyo and Shanghai, not to mention Korea, Mexico, Peru and India.

Training around 1,000 students a year under the aegis of Michelin-starred chefs and other award-winning contributors, the Paris headquarters also offers a wide range of workshops for amateurs: cookery, patisserie, baking and wine tasting courses, lasting from two hours to two weeks and to suit all needs and levels, from fascinating introductory classes to in-depth technical training.

The topics covered are varied, taking in the most iconic aspects of haute cuisine and French patisserie: you can take a course focusing exclusively on jus and sauces, foie gras, éclairs, choux, chocolate or pastries. By the time you’re done, the French art of macarons or croissants will hold no secrets for you!

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3-15, quai André-Citroën
75015 Paris 15ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    3-15, quai André-Citroën
    75015 Paris 15ème

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    • Le Cordon Bleu International 2019