Culinary students at the Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago arrive with different industry experience but they all share a passion for cooking. They understand that there are no shortcuts to a great culinary education. To become a culinary professional a student must practice under the guidance and care of an experienced executive chef. At The Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago, students learn both traditional and fundamental cooking skills. They are taught both theory and practical cooking skills in real world kitchens.
Programs offered include: Culinary Arts, Culinary Mgmt, Hospitality Mgmt, Professional Baking & Pastry
The Le Cordon Bleu school was created in 1983. From its inception it has become well know for using the traditional, European approach to culinary education. This instruction had previously been difficult to find in the Midwest but the reputation of the school spread quickly. Anyone who has a passion for cooking and a willingness to learn can succeed at LCB - Chicago. Students come from all career levels, whether they be recent high school grads or experienced chefs.
Programs offered include: Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts, Le Cordon Bleu Patisserie & Baking
The city of chicago is a great place to learn how to cook. If you want to be a chef you just like to experiment in the kitchen, this city offers something for everybody. With so many schools/classes to try out and so many restaurants to indulge in there is no limit to the culinary delights you can learn about.
One of the nice things about this midwest city is that there is so much variety. You can try all different styles from french to Chinese to Traditional American fare and you can try all different price points from a trendy taco stand to a world class restaurant.