My son and I took this class and it was very well taught and a lot of fun! Great location in the west village and cozy bakery.
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The instructor was great! His name was Dimitri and I think he teaches most classes. It was very user friendly, having experienced bakers to newbies in our class, everyone was able to go home with amazing croissants. I will definitely be make for the macaron...More
I took this class with my mom and we had a great time. We loved that it was a small group, the instructor was very kind and dynamic, and the macaroons were delicious. It was a great forum to learn the technique and ask questions....More
Closed for upgrades of the display case i was looking for good listed place to take amid day dessert but no way only this was best in my way i hope to come back sooner for good dessert
The most difficult class of them all, but the chef makes you feel like you are actually mastering the art, and you get to go through every step of the process. Be prepared to eat croissants for a while, because you leave with a dozen...More
They pre-measure and combine things before you arrive. You simply mix with a spatula and press the mixer on. If you think you'll truly learn how to make macarons, you don't really. It's fun, but I thought we would get to make from beginning to...More
I took the French Macaron Class here, and I loved it. It was informative, paced well, and I definitely learned the process. I wish we had a chance to work with the egg white separation, as that's what I really wanted to learn (everything was...More
Registered to attend the French Macaron preparation class and it was fabulous! Our instructor provided us an apron, the recipe, and first everyone washed their hands. I was so glad he did this! Hygiene is very important when baking. I'm not sure on the spelling...More
It was a small group of 8. We were taught how to mix the batter and we piped the macarons on our own. It's a good class to take. Would recommend it!