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23/09/2017
21 years of Le Cordon Bleu Sydney, Alumni Anniversary Celebration

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Amanda Scott

Diplome de Patisserie, Paris Campus, 2004

Owner of Boneshaker Doughnuts, Paris

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Sneha Singhi

Monday, 15 May 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Hillaria Juliana

Sneha Singhi

Owner of Paris Cafe, Calcutta

Diplome de Patisserie, Paris, 2011

Sneha Singhi could be described as inspirational. At the tender age of 18 she packed her bags and headed for Paris and Le Cordon Bleu, following her dream. Two years later she opened her own French-style cafe in Calcutta and she is ‘giving back’ to help Calcutta’s poor. 

Paris was a dream for Sneha Singhi, whether walking the Avenue des Champs-Elysées or spending time writing postcards in a boutique café. A bigger dream was following her passion for cooking at Le Cordon Bleu, which she describes as one of the best decisions of her life.

‘What I learnt at Le Cordon Bleu did more than extend my knowledge about French cuisine and patisserie, it also fostered my determination and ingenuity’, she says.

After graduating with Diplome de Patisserie, Sneha worked at Hyatt Regency as one of the youngest patisserie chefs to be appointed. Her goal: desserts so scrumptious that customers would return for more.

It is this conviction that led her to opening her own Paris Cafe in Calcutta at 20, serving quality French food. Playing at the back of her mind was the popular French song, C’est Si Bon (‘It’s So Good’).

In the span of a year, Paris Café had become a phenomenal success and Sneha followed up with her non-government enterprise, Food Rescue, a service that collects excess and nutritional food and distributes it to the poor.


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