Chinese cooking class/school/course (in Mandarin) in Taipei?

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Re: Chinese cooking class/school/course (in Mandarin) in Taipei?

Postby Dragonbones » 09 Aug 2011, 21:16

G&G (now Willie's Deli, I think) in Tianmu had a sign up saying they teach cooking.

And across the street from that is Le Jardin cooking studio. They teach French cooking, as well as Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Thai-Burmese and Indian cooking, desserts, bread baking, wine (tasting?) and kids' classes, and do catering. 2877-1178, www.le-jardin.com.tw, www.cookingstudio.com.tw Tianmu, Zhongshan N. Rd. Sec. 7, Lane 14, #15, 1F

They normally teach in Chinese but if there's a group large enough interested, they can open a class in English or one of the other languages one of the chefs (Swiss?) speaks. It looks like they have different teachers for each cuisine.
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Re: Chinese cooking class/school/course (in Mandarin) in Taipei?

Postby MY2009 » 09 Aug 2011, 23:46

None of the links works. Can't get to their website.
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Re: Chinese cooking class/school/course (in Mandarin) in Taipei?

Postby Dragonbones » 10 Aug 2011, 00:42

We stopped by a mere two days ago, and I'm just entering the info from their business card. :idunno:
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Re: Chinese cooking class/school/course (in Mandarin) in Taipei?

Postby cille.cheah » 18 May 2012, 08:51

I wld like to visit Taiwan and start w Taipei or Taichung. I wld like to learn baking. Does anyone know where I can enroll in some baking sch? I hv studied in Le Cordon Bleu before and wld like to learn new techniques.
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