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Food IV, Food III and La Patisserie

Sunday, February 18, 2018
culinary student

We currently offer dinners on Tuesdays and Thursdays and lunches on Wednesdays and Fridays.  The dinners are prepared by our students in the Food Production IV class, which is one of the last classes that our students take before completing an Associates of Applied Science in Culinary Arts.  The lunches are prepared by our students in the Food Production III class, so these students are a little less advanced but still nearing graduation.  The lunch and dinner services students prepare are available to the public for approximately twelve weeks each semester by reservation only.

The cost of the dinner is a suggested donation of $20 per person and the cost of the luncheon is a suggested donation of $15 per person, cash or check (made payable to UA-PTC CAHMI).  Because this is a suggested donation, you may donate as much or as little as you prefer.  All monies collected go into our student fund, which helps to cover the costs and fees associated with sending our students to compete in culinary competitions and knowledge competitions all over the nation.

If you like, you may bring a bottle of wine with you to dinner.  We will have you sign a waiver of liability and then we will happily cork and pour your wine for you.  All meals take place at the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute, located at the University of Arkansas – Pulaski Technical College’s South Campus in Little Rock.

Spring 2018 Menu:

Food III Lunches: Wednesday and Friday Menu (PDF)

Food IV Dinners: Tuesday and Thursday Menu (PDF)

Reservations (PDF)

For reservations, please call Somerly Mustin at (501) 812-2860 or e-mail [email protected].


La Patisserie

La Patisserie General Menu (PDF)

La Patisserie will be open Tuesdays-Thursdays from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. for approximately ten weeks per semester. Each morning will start with a selection of sweet and savory breakfast pastries and coffee. Sandwich, soups, desserts and breads will be ready after 10 a.m. Selection will vary daily based on class production and availability. The patisserie is run by the Restaurant Patisserie Class and 3D practicum students, with products created by the Restaurant Patisserie, Artisan Breads, Baking 2, Candies and Chocolate, and Soups and Stocks classes.  

All amounts listed are a suggested donation!

Because this is a suggested donation you may leave as much or as little as you prefer. All monies collected go into our student fund, which helps to cover the costs and fees associated with sending our students to compete in culinary cooking competitions and culinary knowledge competitions throughout the nation.