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Our group of 12 tour participants created a simple lunch under the guidance of Frederique. It was a fun and delicious experience. Very relaxed, warm and friendly setting. It was a lovely break from castle-hopping. Recipes were supplied to re-create at home. Our two hosts...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to prepare and then eat our meal. Our host was very gracious and patient with our poor French. The atmosphere was relaxed and our dinner delicious. We also learned a few valuable skills and have new ideas for cooking at...More
Our group of 27 was excited to cook a french meal. Imagine how disappointed we were in the planning and execution. There was simply not enough for people to do. The final products, except for the entree, were terrible--the chicken dish very tasteless and the...More
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teamToursATable, Gérant at ToursaTable, responded to this reviewResponded 18 November 2015
We are very surprised by your disappointment.
Our courses usually gives complete satisfaction to our clients French or International.
Our menus are adapted and tasteful for most of the people.
Plus the Tour Operator is fully satisfied with our processes and practices.
They even ordered...More
Wow! I'm just back from a 14 day girls trip to France and have to say that our cooking class at Tours a Table was a major highlight. We started out with a visit to the market with Frederique to purchase the ingredients we'd be...More
We went with a small group for a cooking class and had lunch after. It was a welcome and wonderfull experience. In a professional environment we were taught French Cuisine, after which we were able to relax during a nice an typical French 'Dejeuner'. This...More
We have studied and practiced the French language for a few years now, but are still not fluent. And Chef Cyrille was quite rude to us "Americans." When we first arrived and he began speaking very quickly, I explained to him that we only speak...More