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We don't just teach you how to follow recipes and make dishes, we teach you culinary techniques and principles so that you can be a better cook.

Established in 2005, Palate Sensations Culinary School aims to bridge the gap between the home gourmand and the professional chef. We are a Singapore-based training centre that delivers exceptional hands on cooking classes across a broad spectrum of cuisines, patisserie and baking. Our courses focus on teaching classic techniques as well as the latest trends.

We take great pride in providing a fun and supportive environment for broadening your culinary horizons so whether you are a food enthusiast following your passion or a culinary professional hoping to further or upgrade your skills, we have a course that fulfills your needs. All courses are taught by professional chefs and our open concept studio is outfitted with state of the art equipment, stoves and ovens by leading French brand Brandt.

Located within walking distance from Buona Vista MRT, our studio of over 2,000 sq ft. can accommodate parties and events for up to 75 people in our kitchen and al fresco area. We have hosted a wide range of events, including team building sessions, kids parties and hens parties.

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