C$99 for a Two-Hour Sushi-Making Class for Two at Penthouse Catering (C$400 Value)

Penthouse Catering

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In a Nutshell

Chef Russell Auckbaraullee shows classes of up to 10 how to make sushi with fish, veggies & meat while covering safe knife and food handling

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Subject to availability. Reservation required; subject to availability. Not valid on national holidays. Purchasers should disclose food allergies upon making their reservation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • C$99 for a two-hour sushi-making class for two (C$400 value)
  • Taught by chef Russell Auckbaraullee, co-winner of the “best sushi” title at the 2015 Toronto Sushi Festival
  • Covers making sushi with meat, veggies, and fish, as well as knife sharpening and safe food handling and storage
  • Two-hour classes take place on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and Saturdays at 11 a.m.

Penthouse Catering

Fusion comes naturally to chef Russell Auckbaraullee. His family comes from Mauritius, an island nation east of Madagascar that's home to people—and food—of Indian, African, French, and Asian descent. That upbringing, combines with the culinary cornucopia of Toronto, has given him a taste for the "unexpected flavors, colors, spices, and herbs" that mark Penthouse Catering's approach, as summed up on the company's website.

Toronto locals and visitors alike are able to take part in a unique dining experience that includes Moroccan grilled quail, red snapper served in its native banana leaves, and chicken cacciatore are all in the international culinary team's repertoire. But that's just a start: Auckbaraullee and his creative creations are seemingly everywhere on the local food scene, from cooking demos on Morning Live and Daytime Toronto to the Toronto Mac n' Cheese Festival. He's especially virtuosic when it comes to seafood, having taken home top honors at the 2015 Toronto Sushi Festival with a Filipino-inspired twist on salmon rolls. Occasional classes and workshops let home cooks in on some of his secrets.

Customer Reviews

My friend and I are both sushi lovers and wanted to learn how to make them. We had a great time learning with Chef Russell. Great atmosphere, food and teacher. We definitely recommend taken it.
Valerie L. · December 15, 2016
Great Food, Great Teacher and Great Atmospher. The teacher made sure we all understood and took time to help each of us. The class was very helpful. It was a wonderful experience.
Michelle · December 5, 2016
We had a great experience, fun making sushi and Russell is an amazing chef.
Camelia M. · December 3, 2016

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