Three-Hour Sushi-Making Class for One or Two from Madame Saito (Up to 55% Off)

Center City East

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In a Nutshell

"Queen of Sushi" with formal Japanese and French culinary training teaches students to make maki and nigiri in three hours

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Not valid on holidays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $85 for a three-hour sushi-making class for one (a $185 value)
  • $165 for a three-hour sushi-making class for two (a $370 value)

During three-hour sushi-making lessons, Madame Saito teaches up to 35 students how to create two regular sushi rolls, two reverse rolls, two hand rolls, a shrimp-tempura roll, a soft-shell-crab-tempura roll, and 20 pieces of nigiri and sashimi. Classes meet on select Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons at The HeadHouse; see the class page for specific dates and times.

Madame Saito

Philadelphia calls Madame Saito the Queen of Sushi, and it's easy to see why. Armed with formal culinary training from Le Cordon Bleu and the Ritz Escoffier in Paris and experience from apprenticeships under premier Tokyo sushi chefs, she has committed the last 26 years to spreading her love for Japanese culture and contemporary fusion cuisine. Although she leaves time in her schedule to manage Tokio Sushi Bar—her sushi restaurant with French culinary influences—, The HeadHouse Cafe, and to conduct an annual sushi-making competition, Madame Saito counts education as one of her highest priorities. She regularly commits her quadrilingual tongue to demystifying the art of sushi during classes for aspiring chefs and casual students alike, teaching them how to hand roll maki and slice fish into perfectly uniform dodecahedrons.

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