Woking Academy

Junior chefs (11-15): Sushi

Training to be a sushi master can take years, so start early with our fun children’s and teen sushi making class. They’ll have great fun discovering the tricks of the perfect sticky sushi rice and learning how to fill, roll and top classic bites. We reckon they could be a new lunchbox favourite as they look pretty cool, too.

£45

What to expect

Gordon loves getting his children involved in the kitchen, meaning they’ve grown up really excited and inspired by food. Our Junior chef classes are a great opportunity for young cooks to get stuck in and have fun trying out new things. 

What could be cooler than inviting mates over for some homemade sushi? We think any young cook will love learning some of the essential skills when it comes to making sushi, from seasoning the rice to choosing the right fish and fillings. 

We’ll help them create delicate rolls, plus a classic dipping sauce so they have all the recipes and skills they need to try more sushi at home. 

Class details

Morning classes: Start 9.30am and finish 11.30am (2 hours) 

Afternoon classes: Start 1pm and finish 3pm (2 hours) 

Arrive up to 30 minutes before class to check your child in at reception and confirm contact details, then why not book a table at Street Burger downstairs for afterwards?

Class size: Maximum 12 children (please note this class is only suitable for ages 11-15)

Typical recipes and skills (we’ll cook the best available on the day, so we might surprise you!):

  • Introduction to sushi ingredients and sushi rice 
  • Simple salmon and vegetable sushi rolls or hand rolls
  • Onigiri (rice balls)or another simple sushi preparation 
  • Simple soy or chilli dipping sauce

What’s included

  • Expert guidance from our chef teacher and assistants
  • Safe and friendly environment for young children to learn new skills
  • All ingredients and equipment
  • Gordon Ramsay Academy children’s apron to wear in class
  • Recipe wallet and class recipes
  • Refreshments throughout the class 
  • Takeaway containers to take their creations home in (although feel free to bring your own or a cool bag if travelling far)