If you’re looking for a fun and hands-on night out, check out our list of 7 best sushi making classes in Long Island.
Sushi— the Japanese dish combining vinegar rice, seaweed, and a variety of toppings and/or fillings (namely raw fish, tofu, and vegetables)— is as much art as it is food. Nearly anyone can find a sushi dish that they will enjoy, whether they are a carnivore, vegan, fancy diner or casual diner. I personally love sushi. My favorite rolls generally involve sweet potato, tofu, or avocado. I am always astounded at how aesthetically pleasing the tiny rolls are, no matter what they may contain. The ability to make sushi is an ancient technical art; one that has been perfected over thousands of years by legendary sushi chefs in Japan, and now, around the world. If you would like to try your hand at crafting some seriously delicious and crowd-pleasing delights, you may want to try out one of these sushi making classes.
In order to create our list of best sushi making classes in Long Island, we scoured the internet— mostly using Yelp— to find all of the sushi making classes in Long Island, then sorted them by price (in ascending order). If you’d rather stay closer to New Jersey, check out the best sushi making classes in NJ.
Without further ado, here is our list of the 7 best sushi making classes in Long Island.
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Kashi restaurant has a glittery, Japanese-influenced interior. Their locations are in Syosset, Rockville Centre, Huntington, Bellmore, and Stamford. Kashi Bellmore organizes a three hours sushi making class with a fee of $55 per person. The only requirement is that the participating person must bring their own chef’s knife. They also accept reservations for parties and conduct on-premise catering.