Le Cordon Bleu

Summer Festival
Le Cordon Bleu London

Le Cordon Bleu London Summer Festival took place on Saturday 1st July 2023. Thank you to all guests who attended and helped to make the day everything we had hoped.

Le Cordon Bleu Summer Festival 2023 included interactive practical workshops and tastings with Le Cordon Bleu Master Chefs and Wine experts and demonstrations from some of the biggest chefs in the industry from some of the finest high-end restaurants. There was also the Salon Gourmet Tasting Area: a food & drinks tasting space for guests to sample and purchase some fantastic products from top partner brands.

Workshops & Tastings
Summer Festival

Le Cordon Bleu London's Summer Festival 2023 hosted practical workshops throughout the day, allowing attendees to get a hands-on experience cooking at Le Cordon Bleu. Culinary workshops cost £40 each and included festival entrance and the equipment required. In addition to this, the Wine & Beverages Tasting sessions were priced at just £25 and also included entry to the festival. Each workshop focussed on a different discipline based on the skills taught on the programmes and courses offered at Le Cordon Bleu London. If not purchasing a workshop or tasting, general admission to the festival could be purchased at a cost of £10.


Guest Chef Demonstrations
Summer Festival

Le Cordon Bleu London Summer Festival 2023 saw top guest chefs hosting demonstrations throughout the day. This year we had demonstrations from Chef and Co-owner of Sollip Woongchul Park, Executive Chef at Park Row Alyn Williams, Executive Pastry Chef at The Connaught Nicolas Rouzaud, Head Chef at Fenchurch Restaurant Kerth Gumbs and CORD by Le Cordon Bleu Executive Chef Christophe Marleix.



The 2022 event included Chris Galvin of Galvin Restaurants, Rakesh Nair of Cinnamon Collection, Masaki Sugisaki of Dinings SW3, David Oliver of CORD by Le Cordon Bleu and Slade Rushing of Louie. There was also a very special demonstration by the European Pastry Cup winning Team GB, featuring one of their award winning creations. The team included Le Cordon Bleu's own Deputy Head of Pâtisserie, Chef Nicolas Houchet, alongside Michael Ho Lam Kwan (Executive Pastry Chef at The Dorchester) and is lead by Denis Dramé MCA (Pastry Chef for TheTasteLab by Classic Fine Foods).


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Please note: General admission price is included in the cost of a workshop ticket. Equipment and uniform is provided where applicable, however must be returned at the end of the workshop. Due to the nature of the workshop, in registering you are confirming that you are over 18 years of age and are fit to practice in a professional kitchen environment.