Tine Roche – The Cambridge Cookery School


This month we interviewed Tine Roche of The Cambridge Cookery School – read about the exciting plans they have on the go!

Who are you and what is your business?

I am the founder of Cambridge Cookery School, about to re-launch in stunning new premises as Cambridge Cookery School & Café.

What delicious foodie treats do you supply?

We run classes in every aspect of cooking from fish filleting to sour dough baking, we run mini master chef corporate events and, from October, our café will open. We will have a very different profile than any existing Cambridge café with a focus on great brunch dishes including various egg dishes, our own sour dough, hand made butter and jams,  handmade croissants, healthy salads for lunch and great coffees from Union coffee. I am Scandinavian and my business partner is an antipodean so the cool café scene in Sydney, Auckland, Stockholm and Copenhagen is our inspiration.

Why have you enjoyed attending Grub Club Cambridge?

It is a fantastic way to meet all the other individuals and business involved in the vibrant local food scene. It is a way to share experiences and ideas and find new people to collaborate and do business with.

What has been the most rewarding benefit of attending?

It is easy to get a bit bogged down when you run your own business. Attending Grub Clubs is a great way to see what others are up to, who the people are behind the business and to share ideas and thoughts.

Why would recommend attending a Grub Club Cambridge event?

Grub Club has quite simply become the hub for anybody who is involved in the vibrant local food scene and it is given that you would wish to go if your business is in any way linked to food and drink.

Thank you so much Tine Roche –  The Cambridge Cookery School is superb and we cant wait to visit the new Cafe when it opens in October!