Cooking Class - Traditional Japanese Fare With Flair
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Learn how to create authentic Japanese food with the amazing Chef John.
Join Chef John as he introduces you to aromatic and enchanting Japanese dishes.
In this class, you will have the incredible opportunity to prepare traditional dishes from Japan. You may think you do not have what it takes — but think again! Try your hand at rolling your own specialty sushi roll. Throw together a beautiful seafood salad. Comfort yourself with warm and divine udon noodles in broth. Crisp up flavorful chicken that will delight your palate. The sky is the limit! Your journey to culinary Japan awaits.
Guests are welcome to provide wine and beer to enjoy during the class.
- Minimum Guests 2
- Maximum Guests 14
- Meal Courses 5
- Event Duration 3 hours
- Labels Asian, Fun, Japanese, Mother's Day, Sushi Making, Valentine's
Cozymeal guest reviews for this experience
18 Nov 2019
Chef John was fantastic! We had a larger group of 12-14, and he was super accommodating and really easy to work with. If you are looking for a fun, informative, interactive activity to ensure that your group has a wonderful time and enjoys a delicious meal, I would highly recommend Chef John. It was an event to remember and everyone shared rave reviews!
26 Apr 2019
Had a great time with Johnny - super fun chef & we learned a lot!
16 Feb 2019
Johnny was awesome!! so fun and knowledgeable!
Meet your chef
Chef Travels to You
Chef John, an executive chef in Washington, D.C., spent more than 15 years honing his culinary craft as a sushi chef in a variety of renowned restaurants on the East Coast. He is excited to share his passion of infusing exotic flavors and adding visual flair to food in cooking classes you won't want to miss. From perfecting sushi roll techniques to flawlessly molding mochi, Chef John is ready to help boost your kitchen skills!
The Cozymeal Protection®
Chef John will travel to guests within Washington, D.C. for this experience.