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The Art of Sushi (Manhattan)

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Midtown, Manhattan
114 W 40th St
Btwn 6th Ave & Broadway
New York, New York 10018
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 18
Teacher: Chef Kevin

What you'll learn in this japanese cooking class:

Begin your journey to becoming a sushi master! 

Sushi is considered by many as an art form. It takes years to learn properly and a lifetime to master! As we only have a humble few hours, our aim will not to become sushi masters overnight, but to learn the techniques, tips and tricks to recreate beautiful restaurant quality sushi at home. You will learn where to source the best sushi ingredients, basic Japanese knife skills and how to spread, layer, tuck and roll four different types of sushi. This class will focus on the Maki Roll, the traditional Inside Out Roll, the Temaki Roll; commonly known as the Handroll, and finally the elegant but most challenging of all the sushis, the Nigiri.


You will work with other students in groups of 2. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in, especially if you’re part of a large group. Drinks are available for purchase from the venue and are NOT included in the ticket price. Outside drinks are not allowed.

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We use ingredients that are easy to find at local markets and equipment available in every home kitchen!

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Cancellations and reschedule requests should be submitted to CourseHorse 60 hours before the starting time of each class for groups of less than 6 people and 14 days for groups of 6 people or more for full refund or rescheduling.

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Question from Anonymous
I know it is 21+ but do they check at the door? What if someone is 20?
Answer from Georgia C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi there! The school requires all participants to be at least 21 years old to attend a class.
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Question from Lori I.
My daughter is 17. Is there any way she can participate if she joins me?
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Hi Lori! Only 21+ are allowed to attend all CocuSocial cooking classes.
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Question from Richa P.
Hi, are there options for a vegetarian at this class?
Answer from Georgia C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hey, this hand-rolled sushi class is vegetarian-friendly. Salmon is used in this class along with carrot, avocado, cucumber and nori.You can avoid using salmon.
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Reviews of Classes at CocuSocial Cooking Classes (1,285)

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The Art of Sushi (Manhattan)
Reviewed by Brendalyn L. on 7/19/2019
This was awesome!!!! I would definitely do it again! Kevin was great.
The Art of Sushi (Manhattan)
Reviewed by Anonymous on 7/17/2019
Kevin was great, entertaining, and knowledgeable! We were excited to make delicious (and beautiful) sushi!
The Art of Sushi (Manhattan)
Reviewed by Anonymous on 7/17/2019
The class was very fun and educative! Kevin was a great teacher with a lot of experiences in sushi making! we definitely recommend this class!
The Art of Sushi (Manhattan)
Reviewed by Anonymous on 6/21/2019
So fun!!! Perfect for a date night. I was actually full off of the food we made. Kevin is super funny and knowledgeable. I even learned how to cut an avocado the right way (literally will blow your mind). Thanks for a great night Kevin!
The Art of Sushi (Manhattan)
Reviewed by Rochelle S. on 6/20/2019
The location was changed and I never received an email letting me know but to be honest there should of been phone calls instead of emails The location was awful at the cage at the Marriott hotel you could not see the instructors demonstrations The drinks were very very expensive at the marriot The tuna sushi was low quality and cut with breadcrumbs to make it go further We got there late due to the location change and it’s very uncomfortable walking into a class late!!
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