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Ela0427 Nov 1, 2013 11:25 AM

Dear Chow friends, I would love to take a sushi making class but not at a place like Sur la Table. Does anyone have any suggestions?? Should I just find a sushi chef willing to do a private class and gather all my friends or try to find a restaurant. Thank you, Ela

  1. honkman Nov 1, 2013 12:31 PM

    Great News has many different cooking classes including sushi making:

    http://www.great-news.com/show_event....

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      Ela0427 Nov 1, 2013 12:41 PM

      Thank you, I looked at their list and was hoping to have something more interesting than "Sushi Rice; Inari Zushi (rice stuffed tofu pocket); Kappa Maki (cucumber roll); Tekka Maki (tuna roll); California Roll". But if their basic techniques and fundamentals are good, then I should try it. Took a Sur la Table class with friends and it was very disappointing.

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        MrKrispy Nov 1, 2013 04:33 PM

        Hipcooks in North Park has a casual Japanese class I think every other month. It is likely basic like the great news, but at least you have some options.

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      Saabiar Nov 1, 2013 01:07 PM

      Seems like I remember the Prado at Balboa Park offering some sushi making classes at one time, never have personally taken one

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        Saabiar Nov 1, 2013 02:36 PM

        I guess that closed a couple of years ago. I found this one

        http://www.sushionarollsd.com/classes...

      2. ipsedixit Nov 1, 2013 06:54 PM

        Check with the female itamae at Akinori. I don't think she does it, but I overheard talking about it with a client at the bar.

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          DoctorChow Nov 12, 2013 07:36 PM

          Have you checked with The Hive on 14th and C? I've seen signs there saying they offer sushi classes, but don't know anything about them beyond that.

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