Paris International Cooking School

French Patisserie (Pastry) Class

In this class, students will learn to prepare 3 desserts each week similar to the ones sold in patisserie shops or homemade in France. Selections include gâteaux, tarts, cream, mousse, petit fours, chocolate , macarons and more.
We have 8 sets of menus (total of 168 recipes) on rotation. All recipes in this course are made with real (fresh) ingredients. Two generally considered difficult items in patisserie - crème anglaise and choux pastry - are covered in every set of menu.

We have nine menu sets (sets of recipes) for this class:


Wednesdays, 2.30pm - 5pm

2.30pm to (about) 5pm on Wednesdays,
started on 19th July, 2017 for 8 weeks. (1 session per week)
menu 9
L. Villoing
(This class has already started.)

Thursdays, 7.10pm - 9.40pm

7.10pm to (about) 9.40pm on Thursdays,
started on 20th July, 2017 for 8 weeks. (1 session per week)
menu 4
L. Villoing
(This class has already started.)

Saturdays, 8.30am - 11am

2 places left
8.30am to (about) 11am on Saturdays,
started on 22nd July, 2017 for 8 weeks. (1 session per week)
menu 4
L. Villoing
(This class has already started.)

We have eight (8) sets of menus (a total of 144 recipes) for the full set of this course. We rotate different set of menus (recipes) each term. For full list of menus, please refer to this Menu Listing page

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We also provide International Pastry Cooking Class
Similar to this class, with more desserts and pastries from different countries.


To enrol into this class, you can simply enrol yourself online with our secure website, give us a call or fill in the enrolment form (printed version). (More information on enrolment.)
Classes are run subject to acquiring minimum numbers. Maximum number of students per class is 6.

what to bring

For the first session, simply come to the class with empty stomach. A four-dessert meal will be served at the conclusion of the cooking demonstration. From second week onwards, students are required to bring an apron, two tea towels, food containers and ingredients (detailed list will be provided weekly).

frequently asked question

Do you teach how to make puff pastry in this class?
The making of puff pastry would take about 3 hours of work (2 hours would be the very minimum time required for highly trained chefs), which is longer than the time of the weekly class. If you wish to learn how to make puff pastry (just the pastry itself), you can join our Sweet and Savory Pastry Workshop.

(Photo by Antony S.)


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