• Not only are our food and kitchen sustainable but also the way we teach. The knowledge you gain at Cookery School lasts a lifetime because of the sustainable teaching methods that we use. At Cookery School you will learn how to cook good food with confidence
  • We focus on demystifying cooking, removing jargon and bringing back good home cooking skills
  • We use only high quality, sustainable, primarily organic ingredients and equipment that can be found in most home kitchens
  • We are very proud to have been named winner of “The Best City Cookery School 2013″, runners-up for “Most Sustainable Cookery School 2014” and shortlisted for “Food Made Good Business of the Year 2017” award. We are the only London cookery school awarded the maximum 3 Stars for sustainability from the SRA.



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Last call to make these pillowy buns of goodness in our dim sum class TOMORROW 9.30-2.30. Book now! 📸 by @lauraeatsout at our class earlier on this year! 💛 Only one space left on our next #ferments class this Sunday 19th August. Not only do they look so pretty but they do wonders for your #guthealth too 💫 Welcome to our urban jungle: a blooming allotment right above the busy Regent Street ! Here you can see dill, mint and oregano which we use in our classes. #greenfingered #homegrown Our next #dimsum class is on Saturday 18th August from 9.30-2.30pm. It’s such a popular class where you’ll learn to roll, steam, fold and fry! Last few spaces remaining! Scroll along for the stages of these delicious wontons 👉🏼 Anyone watching @channel4’s #LiveWellForLonger right NOW? The wonderful @katequilton and @tim.spector joined us for a session on #guthealth Our next Fish & Shellfish class is on 17th Aug. These classes normally sell out so be quick! You'll learn to make the tastiest of fish stews with a lobster bisque base, calamari braised in red wine, pollock with a black butter, and mussels Provencal.