Our Facilities

Two students walking into the CIL building.
Culinary Institute LeNôtre has a North (Main) and a South (Facility Expansion) Building. The North Building is located at 7070 Allensby, Houston, Texas, 77022 and the South Building at 3910 North Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77022.

LeNôtre culinary school’s North Building is located in a 28,000 sq. ft. two-story building constructed of reinforced concrete. The first floor houses four cuisine labs, a pantry, the Boutique, an amphitheater and restaurant for a la carte student training, a student lounge and faculty offices. The second floor includes two cuisine kitchen labs and five baking and pastry labs with commercial grade equipment in all instructional areas, student locker rooms (equipped with showers), a student lounge, a dining area separate from the instructional areas for students, faculty, and staff to have their food presentation and tasting and a conference room.

The North Building houses Le Bistro, the application restaurant of Culinary Institute LeNôtre. Le Bistro is located on campus and it’s open to the public five days a week. Le Bistro serves contemporary French cuisine to the Greater Houston area while supporting and showcasing local growers, local artists, French wines, and aspiring chefs from the Culinary Institute LeNôtre.

CIL’s South Building is located in a 10,000 square foot, one-story building. This building holds administrative offices, a student cafe and five academic classrooms. A conference room, a student computer room, and a study area are also available.

The facility has a Learning Resource Center (LRC) containing computers with internet access devoted to student use. The LRC is stocked with textbooks, cookbooks, reference materials, trade magazines and audio/visual resources all available to students and faculty.

Additionally, a wireless network is set up to allow students to use personal laptops on both the North and South Buildings.

Both buildings are accessible via Metro Public transportation System (Northline Transit Center Station).