The cooking classes at this Franco-American establishment will satisfy the culinarily curious who've seen 'Ratatouille' and want to have a pop at making their own French dishes. Various courses are on offer – lunch dishes, croissants, baguettes – but all benefit from high-quality ingredients, sizeable kitchens and expert tuition carried out by (mostly) French chefs in English. Classes last between two and four hours, so as to fit inside a packed tourist's schedule, and aren't pitched at too high a level – the idea is that you'll come away with something edible to show for your efforts. The croissant and macaron classes are the most popular, and require booking in advance; so too with the course that pairs a cooking lesson with a trip to a local market to source the ingredients. Don’t be afraid to email the owners with booking or any other inquiries – they’re extremely welcoming and eager to help.
|Venue name:||La Cuisine||Contact:|
80 Quai de l'Hôtel de Ville
|Transport:||Métro: Hôtel de Ville (1 & 11), Pont Marie (7)|