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Best Montreal Cooking Classes To Take With Your Friends

You will become a master chef in no time.
Best Montreal Cooking Classes To Take With Your Friends

Cooking a nice meal is one of those things that most people find to be a huge hassle, but it doesn’t have to be! Cooking classes take this chore and make it fun and interactive, while teaching you all new techniques and recipes to add to your food repertoire.

It doesn’t matter if you’re by yourself, with some friends, or training for your Chopped audition, there are an endless amount of classes available to you in Montreal. We’ve compiled for you a list of 8 places that you can go to get your cooking on.

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Ateliers & Saveurs

444 Saint-Francois-Xavier

What: Hands on classes led by professional chefs. Learn to make classic French dishes like beef flank and tart tatin, fancy tapas, the perfect brunch, and even how to do gourmet in a hurry. The best part: you get to sit down in their dining room and eat the meal you’ve made. Classes include wine so you must be 18 or over to participate.

When: Multiple classes offered every day of the week at varying times. Check their website for details.

Price: $22 - $95 per class


Elliott Cohen Culinary Art

5452 Duquette

What: Offers private, semi-private or group classes for special occasions, as well as monthly scheduled cooking classes for all levels. The price of the class includes generous tastings of all the food you’ve made, as well as all of the recipes for you to take home.

When: Weekdays at 6:30pm and weekends at noon.

Price: $60- $80 per class


Académie Culinare

360 Champ-de-Mars

What: Offers several different classes from cooking basics for the beginner, to the art of middle eastern cuisine. Child, teen, and parent and child classes are all offered. Currently they have Christmas themed classes available to get you up to speed on holiday cooking.

When: Classes are held on varying days of the week. Check out their website for the full schedule.

Price: $50 - $160 per class


Appetite for Books

388 Victoria

What: Each class, taught by chef Jonathan Cheung, is based off of a particular cook book. He demonstrates how to make several dishes from the book, so if you want to learn how to make Jamie Oliver’s comfort food, then this is the place to go. You also get a discount on the book, if you decide to purchase it. Make sure to sign up early because these classes sell out quickly.

When: Classes are 2-3 times a week (varying days) at 6:30 pm

Price: $85 per class


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Cook and Date

8210 Devonshire

What: These cooking classes for singles are looking to introduce you to new food and new people. Each class last 4 hours (2 hours of cooking, 2 hours of dining/mingling) with 15-20 other people. At the end of the night you can go home with some awesome recipes and hopefully a few phone numbers.

When: 7:00 pm, generally from Monday to Thursday, depending on availability of the chefs.

Price: $80 - $125 per class


Cook Global, Eat Local

5662 Parc

What: This class is all about working in the kitchen in a team-oriented and friendly environment. Classes are divided into smaller groups, with each group working on one part of the meal, which is made up of a contemporary fusion menu. At the end, you get to sit down and enjoy the food. Private in-home classes are also available.

When: 6:30 pm, on varying dates.

Price: $80 per class


La Cuisine 514

5475 Royalmount

What: Led by chef Michael Minorgan, these 2 hour classes cover a wide range of culinary delights from Cajun & Creole to Vietnamese cuisine. And if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to smoke your own meat, they can teach you that too.

When: Varying dates/times. Refer to their Facebook page for details on upcoming events.

Price: $60 per class


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