Built on the foundation and reputation of the OB Montessori College Culinary Institute, Istituto Culinario aims to nurture some future chefs that will eventually cook and manage their way through the Philippine and international culinary industries. It offers a two-year ladderized diploma program in culinary arts and food service management that leads into a bachelor’s degree in food management, major in food service.
Istituto Culinario is backed up by prominent names in the culinary industry and cutting-edge technology and equipment. In addition, students will undergo a thousand-hour apprenticeship at celebrity chef Cyrille Soenen’s Brasserie CiCou, where we had a degustacion of exquisite French food right after a tour of the campus.
For more information about Istituto Culinario and their culinary arts program, check out their website at www.istitutoculinario.ph or like them up on Facebook.