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The New Orleans School of Cooking

School, Cajun / Creole Restaurant, and Gift Shop
French Quarter, New Orleans
  • Jason J.
    "Chef Kevin is entertaining and is full of great information!"(5 Tips)
    JC's Closet
    "best Cajun and creole seasonings"(2 Tips)
    Rob W.
    "The crab bisque recipe is awesome!"(2 Tips)
    Dr'Ro R.
    "Great lesson on gumbo!"(2 Tips)
35 Tips and reviews
  • gumbo
  • crab bisque
  • Southern food
  • chefs
  • grits
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  • Marcos C.
    A -must- if you are interested in New Orlean's food. Chef Kevin was such an incredible host and teacher that the time flies there. A complete food and cultural experience!
  • Theo H.
    Chef knows his stuff and actually learned something new
    Upvoted Aug 21
  • Marisa M.
    Cooking demonstration was great
  • Marq J.
    Chef Kevin is the bomb! You'll love his stories as much as the food he shows you how to make. Jambalaya, gumbo, pralines! Buy his spice too!
  • Pat B.
    Pat BurekOctober 26, 2015
    Learned about New Orleans' food history, saw chefs prepare an amazing meal and drank lots of amazing experience!
  • Meghan B.
    Meghan BurekOctober 26, 2015
    Michael was awesome! Fun and entertaining class.
  • Beth D.
    Beth DuffSeptember 30, 2015
    Awesome fun & education! A must do!
  • Paula F.
    Paula FreireAugust 6, 2015
    It's a nice way to know better about Cajun/Creole cuisine.
  • Erin C.
    Erin CarriganJuly 29, 2015
    The the corn and crab bisque and the shrimp and grits along with the pralines. Our chef was so nice and taught us a lot
  • Laine G.
    Laine GarnerMarch 6, 2015
    Great team here! Love the team building! Food was awesome!
  • Rob W.
    Rob WFebruary 27, 2015
    Learn to cook some Cajun/Creole food! The crab bisque recipe is awesome!
  • HangryHeidi
    HangryHeidiFebruary 24, 2015
    Kevin really knows his stuff when it comes to authentic Louisiana cooking. Definition worth your time and money to learn from him!
  • Tara D.
    Tara DîanaJanuary 25, 2015
    The staff are friendly, and the classes are worth it - specifically for the teachers. They are fun, charismatic, and knowledgeable about NOLA history.
  • Rebecca W.
    Rebecca WhiteNovember 11, 2014
    Still a great thing to do in NOLA, but was better in the past when the Abita came in bottles and I could have more than one praline.
  • Dr'Ro R.
    Dr'Ro RoAugust 18, 2014
    Great lesson on gumbo!
  • Roland S.
    Roland SApril 27, 2014
    Pat was a great chef and teacher! Recommended as the first insight into cultures and cuisines of Lousiana. All dishes were delicious!
  • Greg C.
    Greg CoxApril 1, 2014
    Kevin was just as entertaining as the food was delicious. Best deal in town.
  • jennifer K.
    jennifer KrienertFebruary 13, 2014
    Pat was an awesome teacher! History lesson and a fantastic lunch. Fun and delicious way to learn all about this town!!
  • Tony L.
    Tony LeeJuly 27, 2013
    Big Kev! Best chef ever! You'll have fun taking his class.
  • Jon B.
    Jon BattleApril 4, 2013
    Fun place to watch cooking, then eat !!
  • Phillip K.
    Phillip KeeneOctober 17, 2012
    Great place to learn history! and not necessarily about food but generally Louisiana! Great tips on making rue though, and a nice finish with a few pitchers of beer, can't beat that, right!
  • Sweethuny
    SweethunyJuly 24, 2012
    Had a good time at the class. Chef Ken was engaging and delightful
  • Jason J.
    Jason JakusJune 9, 2012
    Great fun, great food and good times! Chef Kevin is entertaining and is full of great information! The Jambalaya was the best I ever had! Make sure to buy the garlic chips!
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    Looking to prepare Cajun and Creole cuisine? You're at the right place! The New Orleans School of Cooking in the French Quarter offers 2-hour classes by local chefs. -Travel Editor
  • Simon C.
    Simon ColeMarch 11, 2012
    Great Cajun/Creole cooking class. Food was delicious & the beer was free!! Definitely worth a visit.
  • Tony L.
    Tony LeeFebruary 20, 2012
    Incredible experience in New Orleans! Even if you don't like cooking or have no passion for it, visit! Nothing cheaper for two hours in French Quarter! Highly recommend, especially Chef Kevin!
  • JC's Closet
    JC's ClosetJanuary 21, 2012
    The best Cajun and creole seasonings I've ever tasted outside of Saluda Spice.
  • Bonny P.
    Bonny PoohSeptember 8, 2011
    They have a road kill dry rub! Great souviner!
  • Beth M.
    Beth McadamJune 20, 2011
    It's not a weight loss program. The chef ate a chunk of butter and has sworn off the gym.
  • rachealkate _.
    rachealkate _June 12, 2011
    Instead of the demo class, opt instead for a private cooking class, it is hands-on, so entertaining, and you will learn so much more! Loved Chef Michael!
  • Alicia E.
    Alicia EtscornMay 24, 2011
    Chef Kevin is hilarious!!
  • Nina L.
    Nina LunaFebruary 21, 2011
    Stop in here for the best pralines in town. Cheapest also!
  • Jes
    JesDecember 4, 2010
    Everything here is delicious, this is an excellent activity for the whole family. Make sure to have seconds or the chef will be offended! ;)
  • Bryan A.
    Bryan ArmstrongJuly 26, 2010
    This is a must do when in New Orleans. Great history on Cajun vs Creole cooking...
  • Curt A.
    Curt ArchambaultJuly 22, 2010
    Fun time, educational, and great food. Good for all ages.
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