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L’Atelier des Chefs

About L’Atelier des Chefs

Food fanatics will love this little gem of epicurean excellence located in Wigmore Street, London. Jérôme and Sev, two Parisian entrepreneurs, have launched their first UK branch of their unique L’Atelier des Chefs cooking school company near Bond Street where you can learn to make your own gourmet meals. From snappy 30 minute lunchtime lessons (£18) to more complicated 60 minute classes in the evenings (£36) - the school caters for everyone from novice cooks to gastronomic geniuses, and you can learn how to make anything from oyster mushroom risotto to Moroccan lamb tagine. Perfect for hands-on cocktail parties and corporate events, throw your friends a culinary curveball and invite them out to L’Atelier des Chefs.



Sample lunch class menu 1

Starter

Main Course

- Glazed duck breast with honey, Soya, balsamic vinegar and stir fried vegetables
- Salmon cooked on one side, with Provencal vegetables
- Duck aiguillettes enrobed with honey and soya and red radish
- Salmon sushi rolls, and cucumber avocado sushi rolls
- Seabream filet with stir fried vegetables and soya sauce, balsamic vinegar and honey
- Pork tenderloin creamy mustard sauce, basmati rice and pan fried mushrooms
- The world famous club sandwich
- Penne pasta of sage tomatoes. confit lemon and prawns

Dessert





Additional Information


Address:

19 Wigmore Street, W1U 1PH

Nearest tube:

Bond Street
£18 for half an hour lesson. 1 main course dish will be cooked during the 30 minute class.

Average Price:

From £18 per person

Opening times:

Mon - Sat 9am - 11pm
Please note opening times are subject to change

Dress Code:

Casual



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