Traditional British Cookery

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Medium of Instruction: English

Learn how to cook traditional British dishes in our hands-on program. You’ll prepare Classic Sunday roast, Scotched Eggs, Steak and Ale Pie, Welsh Rarebit, Sticky Toffee Pudding, Shepard’s Pie, and of course, Fish and Chips. Expert instructors will guide you through techniques using professional-grade kitchen facilities. 

Your Instructor

Chef Heinz

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Students who achieve a minimum attendance of 75% may apply for “Attendance Certificate in Traditional British Cookery”.  Award will be issued within 3 months.

Tuition Fee


Schedules & Registration


  • Lesson 1
    • Smoked Salmon and Rocket Roll  with a lemon and dill cream cheese filling
    • Cranachan – toasted Scottish oats in whipped cream with raspberries and whiskey
    • Kedgeree – spiced rice dish with smoked haddock
  • Lesson 2
    • Steak and Ale Pie – beef chunks cooked in an ale gravy served with pickled red cabbage
    • Sticky Toffee Pudding with Vanilla Custard – a date pudding with a rich toffee sauce
  • Lesson 3
    • Stout Braised Sausages in a rich onion gravy
    • Colcannon Mash Potato – creamy potatoes with scallions, bacon and cabbage
    • Fruit Soda Bread – yeast free bread with currants and raisins
  • Lesson 4
    • Welsh Rarebit – rich and velvety cheese sauce on toast served with Worcestershire sauce
    • Sheppard’s Pie – lamb shoulder cooked in a rich sauce topped with crushed potatoes
    • Welsh Cakes – sweet griddled lard cake with sultanas
  • Lesson 5
    • Scotched egg – sausage meat encrusted egg with a crispy coasting
    • Broad Bean Salad – broad bean and beetroot salad
    • Fish and Chips – battered fish, triple cooked chips and a pea puree
  • Lesson 6
    • Manx Sunday roast. – (homage to my mother)
    • Pork Belly braised in cider with cracking, carrot and turnip puree, roasted potatoes, sour apple sauce and buttered cabbage
    • Queenies – queen scallops cooked in garlic parsley sauce


What should I prepare on the first day?

Kindly pay the initial deposit for the course as well as prepare the following items:

  1. Chef uniform set deposit – total $392 in cash (uniform – $300, apron – $50, big towel – $30, and chef hat – $12; non refundable)
  2. Two new kitchen clothes with different colors $12 
What payment methods do you accept?

Valid payment methods and their instructions can be found here.

What is your policy on make up classes?

This course does not provide make-up classes.

Are there additional charges?

Miscellaneous charges can be found here.

How to Enroll

You may download our enrollment form here or click on the link below to begin enrollment.

The Academy reserves the right to adjust course arrangements, assessments and teaching methods. For further inquiries, please feel free to contact us.