About Kitchen Skills

—The newest cookery studio in London—

What we're all about

Teaching cooking is all about sparking a passion, developing skills and helping people to get to grips with healthy ingredients and recipes. With Kitchen Skills you will be empowered and educated with the critical skill of healthy cooking, nutrition, and fun so you can make informed decisions for a lifetime of wellness.

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Friendly & Informative

Teaching cooking is all about sparking a passion and developing skills. We like to have fun in a relaxed environment while we do so.

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Good Food

We teach everybody, from young people to adults, to engage with healthy ingredients and embrace London’s world-leading food culture

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Hands-on Cooking

Gain confidence and experiment with a variety of techniques

Our Classes

Choose the right course for you!

Kitchen Skills are new to London and the web. We currently offer a limited selection of courses, however as we continue to grow we hope to pass-on our passion to you through further ranges of courses including:

  • Classes for the Young Ones (Beginner, Intermediary, Confident)
  • Specialist Health Series (Starting with cooking for IBS and Diabetes patients)
  • University cooking where we will teach school-leavers preparing to go to University how to prepare good healthy meals on a budget.
  • Masterclasses (Demonstrations)
  • Special Weekend Series (Saturday/Sunday and Bank Holiday)

Try something different, join one of our brand new Kitchen Skills courses below.

Our Team

Each of our teachers are passionate, knowledgeable and enthusiastic cooks who look forward to sharing their skills with you.

Farah Hamid

Montessori Teacher

Teacher

Join the Kitchen Skills Team!

Are you a qualified chef who loves teaching others to cook with passion and flair? Could you be the next featured Kitchen Skills teacher as we expand our course offerings?

The Kitchen Skills studio building

The Cookery Studio is part of one of the most well renowned buildings which was recognized by English Heritage and listed as Grade II in 2007.

The Building itself, known as High Street Buildings, was erected in about 1896 to the designs of Alexander Robert Hennell, an architect born and bred in the area. Several other nearby buildings by Hennell have also been listed including the Jews Walk fountain and Forest Hill Library
The High Street Buildings displays Hennell’s “skill for quirky use of a variety of architectural motifs”.

The English Heritage advisors were enthusiastic about High Street Buildings, noting the “special architectural interest of their attractive, free Queen Anne style architecture, dramatic roofline, and presence in the streetscape” and remarking on the survival of “original features including three of the five late C19 shop fronts”

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