Mr Toshizo Ido, Governor of the Hyogo Department awards Monsieur André Cointreau, President of Le Cordon Bleu International, a distinction for his contribution to developing in business and friendships between Japan and France.
Believing that a truly great dining experience goes beyond only the taste of their food, Chia-Hung (Charles) Chen and Pin-Jui (Steven) Su along with a team of young chefs, started a journey to fulfill their culinary dreams in early 2012, aiming to share this collective dream with their customers.
London’s Chef Neil Armstrong visited Taiwan for a gastronomy cultural exchange event, where he worked with local chefs and ingredients to lead a number of culinary demonstrations
Le Cordon Bleu London will be teaching a number of our popular short courses through September. Apply online today to book your place.
Students at Le Cordon Bleu London can now access a wide selection of culinary books with the opening of a library at 15 Bloomsbury Square.
Le Cordon Bleu remembers former student Julia Child in her centenary year. The influential and charismatic chef is credited with popularising French cuisine in America
The brand new guide “A Vegetarian in Paris” takes the lid off vegetarian food in the French capital. Discover a selection of the best address in Paris, from traditional restaurants to ethnic eateries, while taking in gourmet food stores and cookery courses on the way.
On Thursday 9th August, the Starlight Foundation held their 5 Chefs gala dinner in Adelaide at the Intercontinental Hotel Adelaide. Le Cordon Bleu students were offered the opportunity to assist in the function.
In May 2012, Le Cordon Bleu Paris welcomed the Taiwanese chain, CTITV. Discover a day in the life of a student, Le Cordon Bleu Chefs, our courses ...