Les Chefs Blancs is located in the industrial-glam Officine Farneto, one of the headquarters of the new Roman cuisine scenario. Evening timetables are perfect if you want to sight-see in the city by day. Classes have a maximum number of ten participants, to ensure quality learning. Working stations are individual and you can choose between traditional and handmade pasta recipes, truffle delights, desserts, meat stews, and many more.
Coquis opened in 2012, yet is already a landmark in the capital’s culinary scenario. Individual working stations, renowned chefs and a plentiful recipe selection – pizza, traditional Roman cuisine, fish pasta dishes, to name a few – make this an excellent option. If you are looking for a modern approach and hyper-professional facilities, Coquis is the best place to go. Slow Wine is their alternative course focusing on beverages. If you are not into tutorial books and want a face-to-face wine course, it offers an opportunity to learn while tasting great local wines.
Via Flaminia 575, Rome, Italy, +39 06 3322 0082
Cordon Bleu is another famous institution in Rome’s cuisine panorama. Qualified chefs will not only teach you, but also involve you in a cooking club atmosphere. Each course has a maximum of six participants, and they also offer tailor made, private courses for visitors. Of course, there is food tasting at the end of each lesson.
Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492, Rome, Italy, +39 06 9027 9201