Thursday, 19.10.2017

Cooking Classes with Nobu Learn to Cook with Nobu Himself

[16/08/11] 

Nobu Matsuhisa is a gastronomic legend and you’ll get to learn from the master at his Hong Kong restaurant on Sunday, September 24. It’s an effective if glamorous way to get into Japanese cooking, a cuisine that's notoriously hard to master. Two years only cooking rice and all that. Fortunately you’ll cover more in Nobu’s lesson than an entry-level Japanese chef will discover before next year's Olympics.

Supported by NOBU Intercontinental Hong Kong executive chef, Erik Idos, and executive sushi chef, Hideki Endo, Nobu’s one-off class will feature his new style sashimi, sushi rolls and hand rolls amongst others. The session is limited to just 10 people so you'll hopefully leave with the ability to throw a sushi party that would attract the calibre of fans in Entourage.

The cooking class is a hefty HK$2,688 but the price isn’t really surprising when you consider it includes a special six-course omakase lunch with free flowing sake, a sushi making kit, NOBU cookbook and apron. All surprisingly useful items considering goodie bags are usually as thought out as the London riots. For those, meanwhile, who prefer gobbling as opposed to making their food, NOBU will also host a HK$1,288 supper on the night celebrating yellowtail jalapeno, black cod saikyo yaki and saga wagyu beef.

A sushi certainty.


Cooking Class with Nobu Matsuhisa
Sept 24
HK$2,688
2/F, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: 2313 2323
Website: www.hongkong-ic.intercontinental.com


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