L'Atelier des Chefs.

November 2011 : Looking for a gift idea? Give the gift of cooking with a L'atelier des Chefs Gourmet Gift Card.

L'atelier des Chefs Review.

L'atelier des chefs was founded back in 2004 by Nicolas and Francois Bergerault when they realised that the french were no longer as in love with cooking. They opened in Paris with the aim of getting people back into the kitchen. The success story has been ongoing ever since and L'atelier des chefs now have 12 cookery schools including the London cookery school and over 100,000 people have taken a L'atelier des chefs cooking class. The offer cookery courses from as little as 30 minutes to 4 hours and they cater from the complete novice (me) to those who have lots of experience. The chefs teaching in London include Andre Dupin, Andy Press and James Campbell. They can offer courses like the best of British and French classics to Thai favourites and Moroccan flavours so there is sure to be a cookery class to wet your appetite.
Their signature Cook, Eat & Run class lasts 30 minutes and costs just £15, is perfect for those looking for something different for lunch. They also offer 2, 3 and 4 dish classes which last from 1 to 4 hours and include a real variety of ingredients, cuisines and culinary skills, prices range from £36 to £144.

The cookery classes take place at 19 Wigmore Street, London W1U 1PH