With so many cooking styles and dishes different continental, the study of cooking and culinary arts is a tradition worldwide . Some famous chefs like Bobby Flay and Gordon Ramsay have studied at technical colleges and cooking schools and are now owners of famous restaurants and brands. Looking abroad culinary learning, you may find the next step to becoming a successful and acclaimed culinary expert.
The Lenôtre University is one of the most prestigious and respected culinary schools in Europe and was founded in 1971 by Gaston Lenôtre. The university is proud to teach the classic culinary traditions with new and modern techniques. They have “respect for production and passion for individual work, rigor, desire, and commitment these are the values of the Ecole Lenôtre”.
Ecole Lenôtre 40, rue Pierre Curie-BP 6 78375 PLAISIR Cedex France 011-33-0-1-30-81-46-34
New England Culinary Institute (NECI): United States
The NECI brags to train students in a personalized way while they can cook alongside some of the most experienced chefs in the world. What makes the Institute recognized particularly is the fact that students are expected to learn at the same restaurant, cooking dishes for real customers.
New England Culinary Institute (NECI) 56 College St. Montpelier, VT 05602 877-223-6324 neci.edu
Hattori School of Nutrition: Japan
Hattori Nutrition School is led by Yukio Hattori, who is famous for his role in the popular Japanese television show Iron Chef. Interestingly, students in school have the unique opportunity to assist competitors in the program by creating their works of culinary art on television.
Hattori School of Nutrition Sendagaya 5-25-4, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan 011-0333567171 hattori.ac.jp
Le Cordon Bleu: France
Le Cordon Bleu is a network of institutes that only one school. The culinary school teaches not only the French culinary technique but also instructs students regarding the management of restaurants and hotels.
Le Cordon Bleu Paris 8 Rue Léon Delhomme 75015 Paris, France 011-33- (0-1-53-68-22-50
Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School: Australia
Savour Callebaut chocolate imported from Belgium.
Savour culinary school is a specialist that focuses on creating cakes and chocolates and is led by award-winning chefs Paul Keneddy and Kirsten Tibballs. The school also matters internationally famous Callebaut chocolate from Belgium to use during class.
Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School 22 Wilson Ave. Brunswick, VIC 3056 Australia 011-03-9380-9777
The French Culinary Institute (FCI): United States
THE FCI is based in New York City and combines classic French cuisine with traditional American. The culinary masters as Alain Sailhac, Jacques Pepin, Andre Soltner and Jacques Torres currently teach there, and among its most famous graduates is Bobby Flay. This school also has a trademarked program called Total Immersion: a teaching experience six months intensive practice
French Culinary Institute (FCI) 462 Broadway New York, NY 10013 212-219-8890