Ridgewood Culinary Studio

★★★★☆
  • 223 Chestnut St

    Ridgewood, NJ 07450

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  • 201-447-2665

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Parents, be aware DO NOT send your children, teenagers and women in general be cautious, the new Chef Arturo they've hire is a known drug user and been known to be very inappropriate with women in the workplace. Apparently the studio

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Parents, be aware DO NOT send your children, teenagers and women in general be cautious, the new Chef Arturo they've hire is a known drug user and been known to be very inappropriate with women in the workplace. Apparently the studio

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I would not recommend this place. I signed my daughter up for a cooking camp and the owner was very rude. I had to pick my daughter up a few minutes early each day so I could get my other child from another camp. For the first few days they wrapped up the food so we could take it home. When the other students started asking for the same since no one had time to actually eat their lunch there, the owner started getting annoyed and said she was running out of aluminum foil. The next day when I asked to take the vegetarian sushi home she said no, it was a health code violation. That never came up before. Was it really that she was too cheap to spare aluminum foil! My daughter was crying because she didn't get to even have a bite of what she had worked so hard to make. If it is indeed a health code violation to take food from there, then the class should have run a half hour longer to give the kids time to actually eat what they made. The timing was off and all the kids didn't have enough time to eat their creations. It is really too bad that the owner is so bad with people, cheap, and short-sighted. To save money on aluminum foil she has lost my business and the business of my friends. It is really too bad, since the food they made was great.

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I would not recommend this place. I signed my daughter up for a cooking camp and the owner was very rude. I had to pick my daughter up a few minutes early each day so I could get my other child from another camp. For the first few days they wrapped up the food so we could take it home. When the other students started asking for the same since no one had time to actually eat their lunch there, the owner started getting annoyed and said she was running out of aluminum foil. The next day when I asked to take the vegetarian sushi home she said no, it was a health code violation. That never came up before. Was it really that she was too cheap to spare aluminum foil! My daughter was crying because she didn't get to even have a bite of what she had worked so hard to make. If it is indeed a health code violation to take food from there, then the class should have run a half hour longer to give the kids time to actually eat what they made. The timing was off and all the kids didn't have enough time to eat their creations. It is really too bad that the owner is so bad with people, cheap, and short-sighted. To save money on aluminum foil she has lost my business and the business of my friends. It is really too bad, since the food they made was great.

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I would NOT recommend this place. I signed my daughter up for a cooking camp and the owner was very rude. I had to pick my daughter up a few minutes early each day so I could get my other child from another camp. For the first few days

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I would NOT recommend this place. I signed my daughter up for a cooking camp and the owner was very rude. I had to pick my daughter up a few minutes early each day so I could get my other child from another camp. For the first few days

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Recommended by a friend, whose daughter attended the Studio's Summer Camp, I recently took a cooking class at the Studio. Not only was it a ton of fun, but it was so informative. \r
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Recommended by a friend, whose daughter attended the Studio's Summer Camp, I recently took a cooking class at the Studio. Not only was it a ton of fun, but it was so informative. \r
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The summer camp for children was a HUGH let down. A small room with to many children booked for the class. The food prepared was not child friendly.

There was a sense of disorganization and lack of preparation.

When we attempted to express our dissatisfaction we were told it never happened, the problem was that we witnessed it ourselves.

I would highly recommend not wasting your money.

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The summer camp for children was a HUGH let down. A small room with to many children booked for the class. The food prepared was not child friendly.

There was a sense of disorganization and lack of preparation.

When we attempted to express our dissatisfaction we were told it never happened, the problem was that we witnessed it ourselves.

I would highly recommend not wasting your money.

Pros: can not think of one positive comment

Cons: $$$, over crowded, lack of supervision

 

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