在兩位知名廚師Anton Mosimann OBE(英國皇家御廚)和泰國駐瑞士大使及泰國烹飪學院主任之一的Chumpol Jangprai的參加新的美食中心開幕。

瑞士教育集團總部投資2.7億瑞士法郎在位於前Limelight建築內新烹飪設備.,擁有最先進的設施,包括兩個新的糕點和巧克力廚房,定制應用和產品開發廚房以及兩個培訓室。

César Ritz Colleges Switzerland unveils new culinary centre in Lucerne

18 May 2017

Inauguration ceremony was marked in the presence of two renowned chefs – Anton Mosimann OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) and Chumpol Jangprai, one of Thailand’s leading chef and director of the MSC Thai Cuisine Academy.

With an investment totalling CHF 2.7 million, the new culinary facility, located in the former Limelight building features state-of-the-art facilities including two new kitchens for pastry and chocolate, a tailor-made application and product development kitchen and two training rooms.

Our existing facilities on campus were no longer sufficient to cater to the strong demand for pastry and chocolate courses. We’re delighted that the new centre will enable us to provide additional students with the necessary tools and training they need as they prepare for their careers,
commented Arlette Pfeiffer, Director of César Ritz Colleges Switzerland.

Designed to replicate a show kitchen, pedestrians walking by the building will also be able to peek into the kitchens and gain insight into the world of culinary arts.

Switzerland enjoys a world-wide reputation for its chocolate and Lucerne is a primary tourist destination. Together, both parameters strengthen the branding for popular courses in pastry, chocolate and culinary arts,
explains Florent Rondez, CEO of Swiss Education Group.

Swiss Education Group was privileged to have two celebrated chefs testing out the facilities in the new kitchen during the inauguration event. Anton Mosimann who has had an exclusive partnership with Swiss Education Group since 2015, recreated his famed Risotto ai Funghi, with Thai influences during a cooking demonstration for guests that included His Excellency Mr. Kittiphong na Ranong, Ambassador of Thailand to Switzerland. Visiting chef Chumpol Jangprai followed with a Thai cooking class demonstration for students of the Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland.