Something Old, Something New, Somewhere South
PACE, gaining from its success in Rizal now open its doors in Parañaque to give more opportunities to individuals who are passionate about food, cooking and entrepreneurship. PACE takes pride in pioneering the concept of Chefpreneurship where aspiring chefs are also trained to be future entrepreneurs.
PACE was conceptualized April 9, 2012 with the vision of building an institution for culinary training and culinary entrepreneurship in the east area of Metro Manila. It was noble idea of Chefs, Educators and Entrepreneurs who saw Culinary Education as a catalyst for change in the Food Service Industry.
PACE has shown its commitment to the development of the Filipino Chef and Entrepreneur as well as the growth of the Culinary Profession and Industry through its unique combination of culinary skills training combined with entrepreneurship fundamentals that provides the graduate with more options after taking the course.
Our team of professionals in Parañaque lead by Chef Menoy Gimenez, a culinary education pioneer and the same team who established PACE in Rizal will ensure that students will get the best culinary education possible highlighted by PACE’s advantage of having 8 students in class for better training and mentorship. An individualized hands-on training delivery where students learn best by doing the tasks on their own and a training environment nestled in a real restaurant setting where their learning is more meaningful and relevant.
Through our new branch in Parañaque, PACE hopes to provide more skilled chefs, more knowledgeable and competitive entrepreneurs and ultimately, realize a new breed of Culinary visionaries who will soon be part of this ever growing industry.
Indeed, the idea of Chefpreneurship is something new that is being pioneered in an old practice, which has kept its rich tradition now brought to the south where more people will experience a brand of culinary education which truly serves their purposes.