Culinary Schools in Portland

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Your guide to Culinary Schools in Portland will help you find the right program in this city of healthy eating!

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Oregon Culinary Institute - Pioneer Pacific College

The Oregon Culinary Institute at Pioneer Pacific College touts that "the X-Factor reigns supreme." The OCI is locally owned and not part of any chain.

They offer professional AAS Degree and Diploma programs in:

  • Culinary Arts
  • Baking and Pastry
  • Restaurant Management

The school also offers Wine Studies with The International Sommelier Guild. There are also Winter Wine Classes and public winemaker dinners.

Enjoy a taste of what the culinary students can do in the restaurant open to the public using local Oregon sustainable products.

Excellent videos on their site of actual students learning in their school.

  • Daytime and Evening classes.
  • Student and career support.
  • Call for information on costs.
  • Recreation classes: No

1717 SW Madison Street | Portland, OR 97205
1.888.OCI.CHEF
Oregon Culinary Institute at Pioneer Pacific College

Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland

Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland (formerly Western Culinary Institute) offers training in culinary arts and p√Ętisserie and baking. The school was founded in 1983.

The Culinary Arts and Patisserie & Baking training helps students prepare for opportunities in culinary arts, pastry and baking, and hospitality.

The Cordon Bleu offers the following programs:

  • Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts
  • Le Cordon Bleu P√Ętisserie and Baking

600 SW 10th Avenue Suite 400 | Portland, OR 97205
Class Info: 1.888.891.6222
Other Inquiries: 1.503.223.2245
Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland
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Robert Reynolds Chefs Studio

Robert Reynolds Chefs Studio in Portland offers classic French training for both professionals and amateurs. The Chef Studio does not resemble the experience of a culinary academy. Rather, it offers 4 or 8-week Diploma programs with an optional study in France.

Many great chefs have learned in this mentor-style training where you work one-on-one with the chef. Tuition for 2011 is $9000 for 8 weeks (not including France).

  • Daytime and Evening classes.
  • Student and career support.
  • Cost: Various options
  • Classes for Amateur cooks: Yes

2818 SE Pine St | Portland, OR 97214
503.233.1934

Robert Reynolds Chefs Studio

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