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Le Foodist

59 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris, France
+33 6 71 70 95 22
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US$132.67*
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Paris Cooking Class: Learn How to Make Croissants
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US$96.15*
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Wine and Cheese Pairing Class in Paris
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US$193.52*
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Paris Cooking Class Including 3-Course Lunch, Wine and Optional Market Visit
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Located in central Paris, we offer French Cooking Classes, Market Visits, Patisserie Classes, Wine & Cheese Tastings and Hosted Gastronomic dining. All our events are in ENGLISH! Our experiences are unique as they not only involve intense tasting but also sharing fun and surprising stories to discover FRENCH CULTURE through FOOD.
  • Excellent94%
  • Very good3%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“cooking class” (252 reviews)
“market visit” (71 reviews)
“macaron class” (66 reviews)
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59 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris, France
Quartier Latin
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+33 6 71 70 95 22
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you love cooking , you can’t miss out on this class. I am a food nerd (and a good lover ;-) and I have a really hard time taking regular cooking classes because they are usually underwhelming and focused on recipes. Not this one....More

Thank Mia N
Reviewed yesterday

I have been living in France for about 1 year as a graduate student, and my program is coming to a close in November. I decided to try and learn something about the food I have enjoyed during my studies, and take home something more...More

Thank David T
Reviewed yesterday

Chef Fred's dinner class was quite amazing! We prepared and ATE a creamy roasted cauliflower soup, "5 minute" chicken with a red wine reduction (so happy to know how to recreate this at home), lastly, a beautiful poached pear with chocolate sauce and ice cream...More

Thank roe577
Reviewed 3 days ago

We were three couples making eclairs and cream puffs. The facility was fantastic, the teacher great fun and we all had a good time learning a delicious new skill. The final products couldn't have been better and we had the pleasure of saying we made...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

I'm French and I took a class with my American friend who was visiting. I learnt a lot from the running team and the recipe was delicious. I feels even better to make your own croissants. We also receive the recipe after the class, which...More

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Thank Myriam L
Reviewed 5 days ago

Great time leaning how to make the real French croissant... If was fun and easy, really...We made and eat our own croissants and had some too take with us. I've made croissant before but this was the real deal...

Thank pnyiri1
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I did the Advanced Macarons class. Amanda is a patient, hands on instructor and made sure everyone knew how to do the steps. She answered all our questions and successfully taught us how to do the Italian meringue method. Really enjoyed the...More

Thank Jay F
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband, friend, and I participated in the Sunday Morning Market Visit and Cooking Class with Fred. It was a 6 hour class and while exhausting by the end, overall this was a really fun and informative class. Fred is really funny, incredibly knowledgeable about...More

Thank redjillo
Reviewed 1 week ago

I took the 3-course meal, French Cooking Class with Fred and it was absolutely amazing! I really enjoyed the fact that Fred was incredibly patient, the mark of a great teacher. The class is far from stale or boring as Fred has so many unique...More

Thank LadeOO
fredpouillot, Propriétaire at Le Foodist, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Bonjour LadeOO, I am glad you enjoyed your experience with Fred so much; and the way stories and anecdotes bring the recipes to life. Many thanks for the high recommendation :-) (the other) Fred

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Returning to Paris for the third time with my Mom, we were looking for a more cultural experience. We decided to take a cooking class at Le Foodist, which turned out to be the highlight of our stay in the capital of France. We started...More

Thank Knjock
fredpouillot, Propriétaire at Le Foodist, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Bonjour Knjock, thank you so much for your high recommendation. It is very warming to read this was a highlight of your stay in Paris, and that you in particular enjoyed the combination of technical cuisine, history and culture - really something we are very...More

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MitsoukoRussie
8 August 2017|
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Response from fredpouillot | Property representative |
Bonjour Mitsouko, all our classes are indeed taught in English. I would say about 70% of the participants are from the US, and about 30% from the rest of the world. It also depends on the class (market visit cooking class... More
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Henrique P
12 April 2017|
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Response from norskmandy | Reviewed this property |
No certificate, but you'll definitely earn bragging rights! ;)
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Latonya H
2 March 2017|
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Response from fredpouillot | Property representative |
Bonjour Latonya, please see email response to your direct enquiry :-) Thanks
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