News

10
Feb

Meet Our New Lecturers - Morana Mijač

"Food means socializing, it is the source of sustainability, it represents the celebration of life, comfort and pleasure. A person who cooks is a person who gives. It is not just about the act of cooking – culinary arts is so much more than that. It is about the transformation of both chefs and food. Food can be an inspiration, and it is more about the process than just plating. My first love and passion, the love that has been with me since my childhood, is the love of food and the unity it symbolizes. That love is why I fell in love with cooking. And when you fall in love, everything else is easy. "
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23
Sep

New York student office

We are thrilled to announce that from now on we have a New York office! Our New York recruitment office will be facilitating the enrollment of prospective students who are interested in acquiring credentials in the gastronomy industry.
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5
Jul

Italian Michelin Chefs are back at Kul IN

Food and different cuisines always provide us with a lesson in culture, history and geography, as they represent a characteristic way of living and being. Having that in mind, we can safely deduce that national cuisines are the symbol of national spirit and soul.
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18
Feb

Career worth journey from Australia

Studying in Europe can be a thrilling professional and life experience, and studying in Croatia is an oncoming trend. With its fusion of Mediterranean, Central European and bit of Middle Eastern Cuisines, Croatia definitely offers a culinary journey worth thinking about. As an international culinary school for cooks, pastry chefs, and sommeliers, we are always happy to have ambitious and talented students from all over the world, and our alumni team from Australia is one of those. Meet our students from Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. Some of them are running their private culinary projects, and others stayed in Europe, working in Michelin restaurants. Read more...
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27
Feb

We each have our own sushi knife

With the spread of the world's most varied cuisines, the launch of new interesting concepts and the arrival of excellent foreign chefs, the vibrant restaurant scene in Zagreb is now experiencing a true bloom of ideas and original culinary projects. At the time when Takenoko first opened, it was the first Japanese restaurant in Zagreb and it differed completely from the restaurant scene of that time. Very quickly, through hard work and excellent cuisine, it started to open up the classical restaurant scene to the world. Although the organization of supplies, education of guests and affirmation took time, the efforts have resulted in a successful elite Japanese restaurant in the heart of Zagreb.
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