- Private Paris food tour led by a local chef, food writer, or food expert.
- Includes a cooking class at the Hôtel Ritz Paris with one of the chefs of the École Ritz Escoffier.
- Explore a French gourmet market and learn more about the culinary system in France
- Hotel pick-up and private driver
- A Scenic Parisian Drive: Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysées, Place Vendôme
Luxury Private Food Tour - Cooking at the Ritz Paris
Experiencing a French Market
Chef for the Day at École Ritz Escoffier
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Marion was virtually born in the kitchen. From a young age she has been passionate about cooking and even wrote her first cookbook as a child. A dream come true, her first "real" cookbook will be published in early 2013. This gastronomic enthusiasm led to creating her own food blog www.marionadecouvert.com (in French) and after obtaining a degree in business she put that knowledge to use working for an organic food company, followed by a stint at Tartes Kluger, a well-known Parisian tart shop. She moved to Kitchen and worked for 4 years at Ladurée as a chef creating all the savory recipes. She now runs her own company as a food consultant for restaurant. www.marionflipo.com Marion adores sharing French cuisine with visitors on her market tours and cooking classes.
Susan is internationally known as one of the greatest authorities on French cuisine. A trained journalist, she first came to France to apprentice at the renowned cooking school, La Varenne Ecole de Cuisine. With a Grand Diploma in hand, she opened a small café in Paris and later embarked on a successful writing career. She is the proprietor of a small, exclusive cooking school in her home outside Paris, in Normandy, author of nine books about food, and a contributor to the New York Times, Cooking Light, and other food and travel magazines.
Rhona began her culinary training in Paris Michelin-starred kitchens. She taught cuisine and pastry at the French Culinary Institute in New York where she started the pastry program. Rhona became one of the first woman executive pastry chefs when she worked at the Lespinasse restaurant in the Saint Regis hotel. Her love to teach and write led her to translate a dozen authoritative books on pastry, bread, and cuisine. Living in Paris the past 18 years, Rhona is constantly exploring its many culinary offerings. She is presently putting finishing touches on a pastry book with a focus on understanding the basics.