When it comes to Japanese seafood dishes, one would be amiss not to mention sushi, the most quintessential of all Japanese seafood dishes. Sushi was invented around the 8th century as a way of preserving fish by storing it in fermented rice.
Over time, freshly cooked rice rather than fermented rice was used, lightly seasoned and eaten with fresh fish rather than preserved fish, in this class learn the art of sushi and sashimi preparation and enjoy an array of different plates. With fresh fish hand picked from the Auckland fish market prepare delicious sushi and sashimi plates for all to enjoy.
Complimentary beverage on arrival.
Bar open from 5.30pm. Class starts promptly at 6pm.
Note: The above photo is indicative only.