Living Cuisine

Living Cuisine

Melbourne, VIC

Sushi Making Workshop

What to Bring

  • An apron
  • Notepad
  • Writing materials
  • Containers if you wish to take some of the food home

What to Wear

  • Casual with comfortable closed toe shoes

Sushi Making Workshop

About This Class

What You Will Learn

  • How to prepare nori rolls
  • Secret techniques of preparing inside-out rolls and cone-shaped rolls
  • Learn the technique of preparing inari sushi

What You Get

  • A set of recipes to recreate in the comfort of your own home
  • A full sit-down meal served with Chinese tea
  • Enjoy the food you create or take it home to share with friends and family


A very hands-on class to boost your confidence in making sushi rolls. You will learn the technique of preparing inari sushi as well as nori rolls, inside-out rolls and cone-shaped rolls with different fillings.

We will start from the basics to ensure you understand the complete process. There are options for non-raw fisher eaters too.

Classes are all one-day sessions. There are no pre-requisite classes or skills. They are conducted in a casual and relaxed environment in a state-of-the-art teaching kitchen.

All classes are hands-on, so you will be preparing the food, not just watching a demonstration.  We limit the size of the group to ensure personal attention to all participants.

A typical class commences with an introduction to the Japanese/Chinese pantry, as well as a detailed explanation of the background and context of each dish and particular ingredients.

Then all participants will be invited to put on their aprons and start the fun hands-on practice. They will be working together to prepare 3-4 dishes while demonstration and cooking instruction are given throughout the session.

We ensure that every participant is given exposure to all the dishes. Then everyone get to enjoy a full sit-down lunch accompanied by specialty teas to crown your participation in the class.

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Oct 2016
Sushi Making Workshop - 09 Oct 2016 10:30 AM

I enjoyed it. Its a small class so plenty of individual attention if you need it. I had breaky before the class and honestly i wish id had less because i was sooo full at the end. Definitely bring a container for the leftovers. Would recommend this, there is no super advanced techniques so suits newbies and people who cant get sushi just right