The Edinburgh School of Food & Wine (ESFW) is Scotland’s oldest independent and award-winning cookery school, established in 1986. ESFW is situated in The Coach House of the Newliston Estate, EH29 9EB.
Where we are:
- Only 25 minutes from the city centre
- 5 minutes from Edinburgh Airport
- Access to all main transport routes. (M8, M9, B800)
Educational, Diploma, One Day Cookery Classes, Food & Wine Evenings, Masterclasses.
The school also provides a large selection of catering services for corporate events, weddings and special occasions.
The Edinburgh School of Food & Wine is Scotland’s oldest independent and respected cookery school, established in 1986.
Our experienced team of chef’s teach students a broad range of abilities, techniques and skills, for the complete novice to the aspiring professional.
Situated in The Coach House of the Newliston Estate, the school provides a perfect setting for our wide range of Educational Courses, One Day Cookery Classes, Food & Wine Evenings, Masterclasses, Leisure Activities and Corporate Events.
The school also provides a large selection of catering services include a regular event at Newliston Estate in Kirkliston, Dundas Castle in South Queensferry and also in residence at Bute House the home of the First Minister of Scotland.
We attend many local community events and as well as our regular road shows at John Lewis and The Gyle shopping centre in Edinburgh, so you there is always an opportunity to meet the team and get a feel for life at the school.
The school is fully accredited by the ‘British Accreditation Council’ and we are working toward full SQA accreditation as well. We work with a range of business partners and organisations to provide educational students, one-day cooking enthusiasts and event goers the best experience and knowledge while they are at the school.
We strive to adhere to all Scottish, British, European and International laws, and as such as of February 2013 we are proud to say we are a Zero waste to landfill organisation. Click here to find out more.
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