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At Atsuko’s Kitchen, we offer small and friendly group lessons (hands-on) to help you learn how to make Japanese food the authentic way. Our classes cater to a range of experience levels, from beginners to advanced, and you can choose from two-hour...more
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Myself and my boyfriend took part in Atsuko's Okonomiyaki class.
It was a very fun class, with lots of information and interesting stories.
Atsuko's instructions were clear, and she helped whenever we asked.
The food was super tasty and I would definitely try to make...More
Very late review here but I took my partner for her birthday and from the off Atsuko was so warm and welcoming!
The food was incredible and a very nice introduction into the Japanese Cuisene
And thanks so much again for the signed copy of...More
Date of experience: February 2019
Atsukoskitchen, Owner at Atsuko's Kitchen: Japanese cooking classes, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for coming to my class and leaving your lovely comment.
Hope it was the best birthday present for your partner!
Very well organised introduction to several types of sushi/sashimi. This is obviously quite a carefully thought out class with a high level of hands-on individual participation covering everything you need to know to get started making several different types of sushi.
This is the second...More
Date of experience: January 2019
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Atsukoskitchen, Owner at Atsuko's Kitchen: Japanese cooking classes, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for coming back to my classes! It was pleasure to have you again and enjoy the sushi making together.
I'm so grateful your thoughtful feedback and it really motivates me and our team to operate classes! Arigato gozaimasu.
A birthday present for my husband and I from our children- a fabulous evening with Atsuko teaching us how to make the delicious sushi which we had the pleasure of eating during the evening. We highly recommend it.
I did the sushi made simple class with my husband and we had a fantastic time, I want everyone to do it too! Atsuko is very knowledgeable and so friendly and the class is really educational, inclusive and...easy! Definitely recommend it, we had an amazing...More
My partner offered me a sushi class for both of us with Atsuko.
Atsuko is a lovely woman, fool of energy, very well organized, funny and she makes her host/students feel very comfortable.
Atsuko clearly masters the sushi techniques. She tought different ways of making...More
I’m a 12 year old girl who enjoyed this guosa workshop sooo much. As someone who loves Japan and Japanese cuisine, I thought this was an amazing experience. Everyone was really friendly and easy to interact with. I got this a a Christmas present but...More
Excellent course. We’d never made sushi before and came away feeling we could definitely give it a go at home. Atsuko was a really good teacher, gave lots of insight into techniques and how to make the perfect sushi. She made everything look so easy...More
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