Chocolate Schools in Paris



Learning at Lenôtre

To see beautifully crafted cakes, pastries and chocolates you must visit Lenôtre’s. Parisien chic, each one is perfect. Wild varieties to choose from including coriander, Jeanne d’Arc cherry liqueur, Miroir Cassis (Blackcurrant caramel), pistachio and Romeo. Lenotre’s chocs are sweeter than Hevin’s or Linxe’s. For true chocaholics, Lenôtre offers morning (and week-long classes)  – but remember, it takes four hours for Lenôtre’s ‘gâteau tout chocolat’ (all chocolate cake) to be crafted and designed into something which really does look too good to eat.
Learning how to make chocolate in Paris at Lenotre
Learning to make chocolate © Lenotre

Ecole Lenotre

48 avenue Victor Hugo, 75116 Paris
Tel: +33 (0) 1 45 02 21 21
Visit www.lenotre.fr
Metro: Victor Hugo

Ritz-Escoffier

For cookery courses with a Ritz chef and a translator, visit the prestigious Ritz-Escoffier school for amateur and professional gastronomes. Book yourself in well in advancefor a chocolate class, are they fill rapidly.

Ecole Ritz Escoffier
15 place Vendome (student entrance: 38 rue Cambon, 75001 Paris)
Tel: +33 (0) 1 43 16 30 50
Visit www.ritzparis.com.
Metro: Concorde/Opera/Madeleine

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