Fuji Hana Sushi Bar & Grill and Thai Peppers

Atlanta

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In a Nutshell

Hands-on cooking classes teach students how to make sushi rice, nigiri, and maki, or a variety of Thai appetizers and entrees

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Extra fee for travel beyond 15 miles from 30144. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $45 for a sushi-making or Thai-cooking class for one person (a $90 value)
  • $75 for a sushi-making or Thai-cooking class for two people (a $180 value)
  • $399 for a private cooking class for up to 10 people (up to a $900 value)

The cooking classes meet in an offsite kitchen for up to two hours, and include hands-on participation of a number of different menu items. During the sushi-making lesson, students will learn how to make sushi rice, assemble nigiri, and create tekkamaki and a california roll. Otherwise, Thai-cooking instructors teach attendees how to make coconut-chicken soup or tom yum, basil rolls or spring rolls, and either pad thai or curry. For the private cooking class, students can choose to either host the event at home or meet at the same cooking facility as the group lessons.

Fuji Hana & Thai Peppers

Generations-old Thai family recipes and established Japanese cooking techniques continue to inspire the cooks at Fuji Hana & Thai Peppers. Hibachi chefs man the dining room's six tabletop grills and sear entire orders of scallops or filet mignon right in front of transfixed guests. Hibachi-grilled lobster tail even makes its way onto the restaurant's sushi menu, which includes 12 specialty maki selections that attempt to elevate sushi with sriracha sauce, dried cranberries, or cleverly disguised helium balloons. The Thai menu items remain more grounded in familiar flavor combinations, such as spicy basil fried rice and panang curry with coconut milk and dried chilies.

The colorful cuisine stands in stark contrast to the deep, soothing earth tones that fill the dining room. Hand-laid mosaic tiles complement the dark leather booths, and a 31-foot oak bar surrounds the sushi chefs and bartenders as they dexterously assemble orders.

Fuji Hana & Thai Peppers

Generations-old Thai family recipes and established Japanese cooking techniques continue to inspire the cooks at Fuji Hana & Thai Peppers. Hibachi chefs man the dining room's six tabletop grills and sear entire orders of scallops or filet mignon right in front of transfixed guests. Hibachi-grilled lobster tail even makes its way onto the restaurant's sushi menu, which includes 12 specialty maki selections that attempt to elevate sushi with sriracha sauce, dried cranberries, or cleverly disguised helium balloons. The Thai menu items remain more grounded in familiar flavor combinations, such as spicy basil fried rice and panang curry with coconut milk and dried chilies.

The colorful cuisine stands in stark contrast to the deep, soothing earth tones that fill the dining room. Hand-laid mosaic tiles complement the dark leather booths, and a 31-foot oak bar surrounds the sushi chefs and bartenders as they dexterously assemble orders.

Customer Reviews

Good teacher
Ulises S. · December 26, 2012
Great experience! The class was excellent and the food was great. I'm looking forward to take another class.
Carmen L. · October 15, 2012
Had a great time and learned a lot
Kelly P. · September 23, 2012

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