Bangkok Thai Cooking Academy takes Thai cooking seriously at the professional Thai culinary school where they run courses from one to eight weeks in length.
Chef Nat grew up in a small village on the banks of the Tha-Jeen River. He acquired his love of cooking by helping his aunt Cha-Loy in the family kitchen. Together, they would prepare various curry pastes, soups, and other traditional Thai meals. They did this together for many years. Now, Chayanat has over 10 years of experience in both teaching traditional Thai culinary arts, fruit and vegetable carving, and as the head chef of several Thai restaurants in overseas countries.
Laoongdao, better known as Dao, teaches fruit carving. Behind her smile is a Thai lady who can really cook both Thai and European cuisine. Chef Dao specializes in teaching private classes and is the resident master fruit carving instructor.
Chef Guitar is a private chef instructor as well as a street food specialist. If anyone knows how to cook it, for sure it will be Chef Guitar. On weekends she operates her own street food restaurant. She is well-educated and can cook anything and everything - Royal Thai Cuisine, boat noodles, moo kata, street foods, authentic Thai dishes, and even fruit carving. Students always love taking class with Chef Guitar. You will too - just give her a try!
Chef Jean-Baptiste (JB) was born in Brittany, France. At a very young age, JB acquired his love for cooking by working with his mom in their kitchen. His high school diploma and emphasis was in Hotel and Catering. After completing high school, Chef Lucas completed a two-year technical degree in Culinary Arts and Gastronomy from Lycee le Paraclet. During his studies, he trained in Auberge les Morainieres (a two-star Michelin restaurant) and was hired as a pastry chef. After completing one year, he then joined Les 2 Moulins French restaurant first as a sous chef and then as a chef for 2 years.