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If you wish to pursue a career involving food, whether it be for the desire to become a Michelin-starred chef, to run a catering company, to become a private chef or work in food media, then you will find a professional course designed for you.
You can arrange to have a tour and preliminary, informal interview to help you choose the best course for your needs.
Leiths also has good industry links, and many students go on to work in Michelin-starred restaurants.
Students are not intimidated by fancy appliances as all lessons are taught using common utensils that are found in most home kitchens.
Looking at the calendar of classes on offer, it's hard to choose just one.
There are many cooking schools available in London, and I have researched the most popular and tried to summarize what they offer.
They won the "Best City Cookery School 2013″ and were runners-up for the "Most Sustainable Cookery School 2014″.15b Little Portland Street, London, W1W 8BW 44 (0)20 7631 4590 uk Cost: From £115 for a half-day class to £5,900 for a "Cook's Certificate in Food & Wine" course.
Le Cordon Bleu is recognized internationally for its world-class tuition with over 100 years of excellence.Most importantly, your budget is also a deciding factor in which cooking school you will eventually choose to attend.I've listed a range in the hope of catering to a variety of budgets, individual needs and wants.Don't let that intimidate you though, because Leiths also offer Enthusiasts Courses that range from 1-day workshops (£150 - £195) to evening, weekend or 1 - 3 week courses.The Enthusiasts Courses are highly recommended if you wish to experience a cooking holiday in London.They offer professional courses ranging from 1 to 3 terms, or courses for enthusiastic home cooks or amateurs.