Learn to cook like a Michelin-starred chef in France

Home to local ‘chef celébre’ Serge Gouloumès, Le Mas Candille is a haven for food lovers. The gastronomic delights on offer from the hotel’s restaurant Candille promise one of the finest dining experiences on the French Riviera. Famous for incorporating exotic flavours into his native Provençal cooking Serge’s signature dishes include special candille tatin of foie gras and armagnac.

For the ultimate foodie experience the Discovering Mediterranean market and cuisine package, led by Serge Gouloumès at Le Mas Candille is a “must do” this Autumn.

During the 2 night package at Le Mas Candille, your culinary tour will begin with a visit to Forville in Cannes where you will be shown how to select the best seasonal produce at this classic Provencal market. Guests then return to the ‘Le Candille’ kitchen, to gather around the stove and learn how to prepare the produce and chef’s recipes. Pick up plenty of useful advice as Serge shares the secrets which gained him a highly sought after Michelin star.

After experiencing the buzz of the kitchen, enjoy lunch behind the scenes in the chef’s kitchen. This is followed by a selection of cheeses and regional wines carefully selected by the head sommelier. Complete the experience with a dessert from the gastronomic menu of Le Candille accompanied by tea or coffee and take home a candille apron as a souvenir of the day.

The stunning 5 Star luxury Hotel offers an eclectic blend of traditional architecture, contemporary amenities and service that matches attention with discretion. A member of Relais & Châteaux, the hotel offers 46 beautifully designed guestrooms, including seven suites, the first Shiseido Spa in Europe and a Michelin starred restaurant. Le Mas Candille is a great option to explore the French Riviera.

Comments (3)

  1. Pam says:

    Wow, I wish I can afford to go and learn there! Sounds amazing.

  2. Kay says:

    Ooh, I would love to do this. Any chance of a future ALTB competition with this as a prize? ;-)

  3. Beautiful property on the French Riviera!

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