Making Japanese sushi is an art, and traditionally takes years to master. We’re going to show you how to create beautiful sushi rolls in under 2 hours! You’ll also learn how to make the famous yakitori skewers and enough knife skills even a samurai would be proud.
You’ll have your own cookery station to be fully hands-on, and after you’ve sliced and rolled to your heart’s content, you’ll be dipping and devouring your wonderful creations. This class is perfect for beginners as well as those who love to cook. The class is also suitable for vegetarians and non-vegetarians.
All ingredients to create the perfect Japanese sushi meal – yakitori and 2 sushi rolls
All equipment to create your meal
Please advise the Seller of any dietary requirements prior to the class so they can prepare accordingly.
The studio does not have wheelchair access.
Morning sessions: Individual workstations for each participant
Evening sessions: 2 participants per work station. Come with a friend, or make a new one.
Age Limit: Participants must be 14 years of age or older
Physical Requirements: None
Cancellation Policy: The Seller has a strict No Cancellation, No Refund policy.
Reschedule Policy: This Booking cannot be Rescheduled
A yummy space
We’ll sign you in and let you relax in our foodie foyer treating you to a refreshment whilst you browse our extensive International cookbook library
We’ll lead you into our teaching arena to pop on an apron and roll up those sleeves.
A little introduction from Anjali Pathak (a celebrity chef from London), and you’ll soon be learning the history of sushi and the tips and tricks of how to create perfect sushi rolls and yakitori skewers.
Welcome to Japan
On your own station, you’ll be mastering the art of sushi making. Under Anjali’s guidance you’ll slice, dice, marinade and roll, learning how to transform raw ingredients into intricate beautiful Japanese favourites.
Once you’ve handmade your very own yakitori skewers and sushi rolls, you’ll sit down in the sunlit dining area and enjoy your masterpiece.
Yes, even vegetarians can learn to make sushi using only vegetarian ingredients.
Yes, if you prefer, you can get containers to carry the sushi back home Or you can choose to sit at the sunlit dining area and enjoy your sushi.