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The Food School Bangkok Offers Outstanding Culinary Education

Budding culinary maestros in pursuit of a quality education that may lead them to success in the world of gastronomy can ignite their passion at The Food School Bangkok, which is comprised of three top global culinary institutes who have come together under one roof.

Italy’s ALMA – The School of Italian Culinary Arts, Japan’s Tsuji Culinary Institute, and Thai hospitality and culinary institution Dusit Thani College, have joined hands to establish this progressive food school, assisting students in classes focusing upon Thai, Japanese, and Italian cuisine, all under the careful guidance of enormously experienced chef instructors.

The Food School Bangkok boasts an array of well-equipped classrooms, and provides an expertly-curated selection of training courses, designed to enhance students’ knowledge through hands-on learning experiences whilst using the school’s state-of-the-art facilities.

A Chance To Boost Your Culinary Skills and Career Prospects

Launched in 2022, the school has quickly become one of the leading cookery institutes in Thailand, renowned for having a devotion to excellence. The competency-based curricula not only boost students’ skills, but also develop managerial and entrepreneurial mindsets.

The Food School Bangkok is the perfect space for all up-and-coming chefs to get creative in the kitchen and share ideas, welcoming Thai and international students who would like to advance their careers, or anyone into cookery looking to bolster their culinary abilities.

Sustainability is a core issue that the school considers to be of vast importance, which has resulted in zero-waste cooking practices being employed, as well as the regular usage of an industrial composting machine to reduce the environmental impact. Initiatives such as farm-to-table collaborations are also encouraged, and use of locally-sourced ingredients.

The top-notch education that is on offer at The Food School Bangkok is complimented by the innovative, multi-purpose facilities created especially for the progressive gastronomic venue. Students are able to take advantage of a host of first-class kitchen equipment and cutting-edge tools, manufactured by some of the leading brands within the food industry.

In total, eleven classrooms have been separated into a Western kitchen, an Asian kitchen, a bakery, a chocolate-making room, and a demo room. The facility also includes a vertical farm, where students can find out about innovative and sustainable agricultural methods.

Aside from these resources, the premises also houses a business incubator space, giving entrepreneurs and graduates of The Food School Bangkok a chance to rent the facilities, so they can experiment with new concepts or start up their own food-related businesses.

Diverse Courses Taught By Expertly-Trained Chef Instructors

The chef instructors at The Food School Bangkok are not only expertly-trained and highly experienced educators: they are also natives of the countries of culinary origin. By having this committed approach, those enrolled at the institute are sure to gain valuable insights from the classes as they receive curriculum in line with the school’s exemplary standards.

Students have the flexibility of being able to select from an assorted range of classes that align with their interests, skills, and the amount of time they wish to invest in their training. They have long programmes, intensive programmes, short courses, and special courses.

Long programmes offer over 200 hours of intensive training, comprised of three different levels: essential, intermediate, and advanced. Italian, Japanese and Thai cuisines, as well as bakery and pastry courses, are all available to study within this longer-term category.

Diplomas given out for long programmes are issued by the Office of the Private Education Commission (OPEC), and also the three partner institutes. As well as graduates being able to acquire practical cookery skills, they’ll learn how to manage their own food businesses.

Intensive programmes are ideal for anyone working or studying full time who would like to hone their culinary skills in a short period of time. Saturdays are when the 88-hour classes take place, lasting for 8 hours each day to give aspiring chefs essential cooking expertise.

Short courses take just one day to accomplish, and appeal to individuals from any culinary background, allowing them to learn valuable tips and techniques for rustling up incredible dishes. Some of the topics of the classes include Thai vegan cuisine, fresh pasta, fragrant risottos, exceptional ramen, chocolate making, barista training, and handcrafted cocktails.

The Food School Bangkok’s Test Kitchen Is a Hub of Creativity

Special courses can also be arranged covering gastronomic fields such Teenage Cooking Camps and Wine Tasting. The Food School Bangkok can host large groups, corporations, and organizations, with the personalized classes being great for team-building purposes.

The school’s ground floor serves as a commercial setting for culinary exploration, and it is also home to a ‘Test Kitchen’ where both students and outsiders can savour freshly made pastries and specialty roasts. Additionally, pop-up kitchens from local partner restaurants prepare a wide-ranging variety of tremendous dishes, available for dine-in and takeaway.

Whether you’re wishing to learn new techniques or improve your existing skills, The Food School Bangkok has everything you need to master the culinary arts. If it is your dream to one day become a top chef, then this unique academy could help you achieve your goal.

Located in the heart of the city, The Food School Bangkok enjoys a terrific location within walking distance of MRT Samyan station. If you require any additional information please visit both the school’s website and Facebook page, or you can telephone: 02-150-8786.

If you want to check out the school’s facilities, and join a cookery workshop, then please register for the Open House events on Nov. 20 and Nov. 30 at: