L'atelier des Chefs, Oxford Circus, London
Master and perfect the art of choux!
At this fantastic masterclass at L’atelier des Chefs you will be taught step by step how to make your own delicious lemon tarts and salted caramel profiteroles!
Once we've perfected our patisserie creations, we'll get to tuck in and share these tasty treats together. You’ll also take the recipe home so you can impress all of your friends and family too.
What could be better then baking and eating a scrumptious homemade dessert, whilst making lasting friendships and memories with other likeminded people?!
If you'd like to join us for this exciting event, please give us a call, drop us a message, or use the 'register your interest' button to the right.
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