Sushi class hosted by Kouzu
3 hour class
Master the art of sushi and cocktail making in this 3 hour high-end Japanese restaurant in Belgravia.
In this class
In the first part of this 3 hour masterclass, you'll begin by learning about the origins of sushi before one of the expert chefs guides you through creating your own sushi using the finest ingredients in Kouzu's state-of-the-art kitchen. You will then have some time to enjoy your delicious creations - YUM.
Once you have had your fill you will move to the bar where one of the master mixologists will school you in the art of cocktail making. Create a familiar favourite or choose from one of the signature cocktails and indulge in drinks made from the finest ingredients.
The class is all very hands on but don't worry because you will be learning from the best.
Now you can
impress people with your knowledge of the history of sushi
roll up a tasty sushi dish for friends and family
balance flavours to make beautiful cocktails
This class will have you eating the best sushi and drinking the finest cocktails. You will also get to take home a signed menu from your sushi master.
Although sashimi is typically eaten with chopsticks, sushi is traditionally eaten but picking it up between thumb and middle finger. You are then supposed to turn the piece upside down and only dip the fish into the soy sauce, never the rice - rice absorbs too much sauce and this changes the texture of the bite.
21 Grosvenor Gardens
Sat 14 Oct, 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Sat 21 Oct, 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Sat 28 Oct, 12:00pm - 3:00pm
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This is a lovely class! The Sushi is amazing (as are the cocktails) and I can now prepare some amazing Sushi for my wife :) Thanks Obby!
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A contemporary Japanese restaurant located in Belgravia, London, Kouzu is cutting edge when it comes to the innovations in sushi with a combination of modern and traditional dishes.
Founded by world class Chef Kyoichi Kai, this high end Japanese restaurant is located in Belgravia. Kai has a different approach to Japanese food culture and likes to mix the visual with the edible, creating art on a plate. Despite the modern look to his food, Kai sticks to traditional ingredients and methodology.
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.