La Cheffe Cyrine est originaire de Paris et est profondément amoureuse de la gastronomie et de l’art de l’œnologie. Ce Chef a été formée par quelques-uns des meilleurs Chefs de France dans les mœurs et techniques de la cuisine gastronomique haut de gamme. La Cheffe Cyrine est en effet titulaire d’un diplôme en oenologie. Elle aime cuisiner pour les gens et les rendre heureux, car pour elle cuisiner c'est partager un moment de plaisir que ce soit avec des amis, des clients, des inconnus etc…
La Cheffe Cyrine est capable de cuisiner une variété de plats différents, y compris des plats anglais et étrangers (cuisine française haute gastronomie/cuisine fusion moderne/cuisine internationale). Elle a notamment durant sa carrière pu cuisiner pour de nombreuses célébrités et même un Président de la République. Elle vous propose aujourd’hui de prendre part à un déjeuner ou un diner gastronomique dans un bel appartement privé au coeur de Paris. Bien plus qu’un repas c’est une experience authentique alliant cuisine de haut vol, proximité et lien social.
Mousse de canard, chutney de figues et Toast brioche
Soupe de potimarron, huile de noisette torréfiée et tuile aux grain
Dos de Cabillaud cuit en basse température, orecchiettes et tomates confites, légumes de saison cuit à la vapeur dans une sauce citronnée
Filet de veau braisé au foie gras, chutney aux canneberges, céleri et gratin dauphinois
Fin sablé garni de mousse de coco et de thym
Carpaccio d'ananas cuit au sucre de coco et sauce Grand Marnier
Excellente expérience, l'accueil de Cyrine était délicieux tout comme sa cuisine, inventive et délicate.
Conversation animée avec 2 autres couples, autour de sujets très variés et intéressants.
Je recommande absolument !
the food we "prepared" (see below for more detail on that) was nothing like the food shown in the photos on the Airbnb listing. Cyrine is stylish and sweet, and her apartment is adorable. But in terms of this being a real French cooking class, I was disappointed. Maybe if I had absolutely no knowledge of food or cooking, this would’ve been more like what I envisioned. However, I cook frequently and often, and I’m at least somewhat familiar with a few of the staples of French cuisine. I looked forward to enhancing my knowledge by hearing from a seasoned French chef. I’m sorry to say it, but if you’re anything beyond a beginner cook, you won’t learn much. Cyrine presented my daughter and me with some onions and carrots (I had to ask if we shouldn’t wash our hands first and she a little flustered.) and said she would evaluate our technique for peeling and chopping. Her knives were terribly dull. She had a few tips on dicing onions, but that’s pretty much where our learning ended. She had us add our onions to some water and then add about five bouillon cubes. It tasted bland (no surprise) and looked worse. (Hopefully my pic will post below.) Before putting our soups into her toaster oven, she reached into the fridge for a bag of shredded cheese, which congealed into a torpedo-like mass at the top of each bowl. The soup wasn’t hot when served, the cheese wasn’t melted, and the whole thing was a disappointment. We also prepared part of a beef Bourguignon. No lesson here either, other than cutting up some beef, which seemed of very good quality so no complaints there. Cutting the beef was even harder than chopping onions with the dull knives. Cyrine had us pour the meat into an already prepared brown base. Unfortunately, she didn't explain at all what went into the base or how it was prepared. We added some carrots, a few more onions, some potatoes, and more bouillon cubes. The result was less than special. The dish lacked flavor, and we came away knowing little about how to prepare beef Bourguignon when we returned home – which was really the goal all along. Cyrine’s kitchen is cozy and reasonably well-equipped for a small home kitchen. One positive moment came when she demonstrated how to light a bunch of dried thyme with her lighter and add it to the top of our main course’s broth to give it a smoked flavor. More of this type of technique and information would have been welcome. She had a lot of exotic dried herbs and spices and seemed to know a lot about them. The apple and rhubarb tart we “made” tasted nice, but all three of us already knew how to unroll a refrigerated crust, spread jam from a jar, and slice apples. It had a very pretty presentation and was the best-tasting part of the meal. But where was the lesson? Cyrine’s Great Dane was adorable and extraordinarily trained and well-behaved. Interacting with her may well have been the high point of our afternoon. In signing up for a French cooking class, one might expect to come away knowing how rich stock and/or broth is well made, maybe some culinary history, pointers on blending flavors, and/or other information and techniques. We read the reviews before booking but have since learned to beware of a service with all 5-star reviews written only in the past 10 weeks. The prior reviews for this experience (and certainly the photos) are deceiving. Cyrine was very nice, and she may well have knowledge to share, but if you want a true French cooking class, I suggest you look elsewhere.”
I loved this experience I had with Cyrine. I was traveling alone so my class was one on one. We really connected and had a great time. She made me feel very welcomed in her home and I would recommend anyone to come visit her!
This experience was absolutely AMAZING!!! Cyrine created an amazing energy and even taught me how to properly cut an onion. She told us about her love for spices and cooking overall. Although. I don’t eat beef, we made an alternate version of the the beef dish and everyone admitted that you could not tell the difference. I really felt like I was at a friends house enjoying a Sunday afternoon dinner! Everything about the experience was 10 stars! I would definitely recommend Cyrine’s experience to ANYONE
We really enjoyed making great French!
The host has a nice warming character and we could stay comfortably.
While we were eating lunch we made in the living room, she was doing dishes in the kitchen, and thus we could concentrate on eating.
She was also nice to our baby. Recommend to families.
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