Cooking Class - Sushi Rolling for Beginners
Dive into this beginner sushi rolling class and become your own itamae in no time!
In this beginner-level, hands-on sushi-making class with Chef Alejandro, you will learn the everything you need to know to make some of the most popular types of sushi rolls and sauces at home.
You will begin this class by learning how to prepare uramaki, which is the sushi roll with the rice outside and is the most popular way to eat sushi outside of Japan. Chef Alejandro will also share tips and trade secrets for selecting the best ingredients and choosing the most fresh fish for homemade sushi.
Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class.
- Minimum Guests 2
- Maximum Guests 4
- Meal Courses 4
- Event Duration 2 hours
- Labels Asian, Couples, Japanese, Pescatarian, Sushi Making, Valentine's
Cozymeal guest reviews for this experience
27 Apr 2023
What a WONDERFUL experience. Chef Alejandro is such a good and patient teacher, teaches not just technique but respect for the process of creating sushi. I just loved his class, and the resulting sushi. Besides the teaching and learning, he also made the experience fun and memorable for our group. Our friends who live here in Chicago will be recommending this experience to others. What a lovely and memorable and yummy experience. HIGHLY recommend.
10 Feb 2023
We had a great time in Chef Alejandro's call! He provided a fun, educational experience and we had a wonderful time--and delicious sushi.
08 Feb 2023
Thank you so much Chef Alejandro! The class was fun and informative, the ingredients were fresh, and the space was absolutely spotless. Chef did a fantastic job of teaching us and letting us venture out on our own. We will absolutely be trying something like this again, and I highly recommend Chef Alejandro!
$ 129 Per person
all-inclusive: 2-hour class, 4-course meal and taxes.
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Meet your chef
Chef Alejandro is a sushi itamae bringing more than a decade of professional culinary experience to the table. Chef Alejandro first learned the Japanese art of sushi making in Venezuela. Fascinated by this multidisciplinary craft, he went on to study sushi making in three more countries before settling in the U.S. Today, Chef Alejandro can be found teaching sushi-making classes and hosting private events.
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