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Pastry Schools

Learn about which the most prestigious pastry schools in the world are and their location

L’École Lenôtre Paris

Brief History: In 1971, Gaston Lenôtre created the first French gastronomy school with the aim of transmitting his savoir-faire to his collaborators so as to perpetuate it as an inheritance. Currently, this center receives more than 3,000 students from FranceMore info

Pastry Concept

Brief History: After more than 25 years of experience in the field of pastry and more than 20 years traveling around the world teaching in companies and international schools, Leonardo Di Carlo inaugurated Pastry Concept in 2015, a training centerMore info

Horeca Culinary School

Name of School: Horeca Culinary School

Brief History: Horeca Culinary School is a modern culinary school based in Bucharest (Romania), founded by Cristina van der Schaaf and has a five-story building with more than 950 square meters of space dedicatedMore info

CAST Alimenti

Name of School: CAST Alimenti

Brief History: CAST Alimenti (Centro Arte, Scienza e Tecnologia dell’Alimento) was founded in 1997, offering specific courses for chefs, pastry chefs, restaurant pastry chefs, bakers, ice cream makers, chocolatiers, pizza makers, and bartenders, aimed atMore info

Ferrandi Paris

Name of School: Ferrandi Paris

Brief History: One of the great temples of pâtisserie training was created in 1920 on the initiative of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris Ile-de-France, Ferrandi Paris offers a training program until BacMore info

Academy of Pastry Arts

One of the most important pastry centers in Asia, settled in Malaysia and responsible for the Asia Pastry Forum annual eventMore info

Ecole Gastronomique Bellouet Conseil

Brief History: The Ecole Bellouet Conseil was created in June 1989 at 48 rue de Sèvres Paris 7ème. In 1998, it moved to its current address, at 304-306 rue Lecourbe in the 15th arrondissement of Paris.

In 2006, Jean-Michel PerruchonMore info

Hofmann

Name of School: Hofmann Culinary School

Brief History: After her apprenticeship in the best schools and kitchens in Europe, the late Mey Hofmann felt the need to share the experiences acquired. That’s where her renowned cooking school emerged in 1983More info

EPGB

Name of School: Escuela de Pastelería del Gremio de Barcelona (EPGB)

Brief History: The centennial Escuela de Pastelería del Gremio de Barcelona decided to create a pastry school in 1975 that aims to impart the best education to future pastryMore info

Escuela Torreblanca

Name of School: Escuela Torreblanca

Brief History: After more than 40 years of experience in pastry making, giving courses all over the world, and advising hotels and restaurants in this discipline, Paco Torreblanca, one of the world’s greatest pastry chefsMore info