We were very happy with Yuka as our teacher as she is very sweet and explained everything well. The only thing we felt dragged the experience down a little bit was the atmosphere and the choice of ingredients. More specially, the atmosphere was a little bit stiff and we didn't really work with any fish (we only had a small piece of salmon and considering we did pay 75 pounds per person we thought this was a bit stingy).
But overall a good sushi making course and the sushi tasted nice!
Very good, very kind, and also: thank you to her colleague (Julia/Giulia?).
I recently went to the Gyoza class with Yuka and I really enjoyed it.
During the 2 hours class we learn everything from making the pastry, the filling and how to cook the Gyoza.
Yuka (the host) is very nice and she gave us a lot of information and tips on how to improve our technique.
The Gyoza we made tasted great and I'll definitely try to replicate them at home soon!!
I had the gyoza making class booked for myself and my son (aged 13) as a birthday present. We weren't sure what to expect but in the end had a fantastic time being talked though, shown and given guidance on making some very tasty pork gyoza by our knowledgeable, friendly and very supportive hosts who took us on a step by step journey from raw ingredients to incredibly tasty food (helped down with some lovely sake). It was a great class and we've both picked up a life long skill in making gorgeous food - thank you to the team for an absolutely wonderful two hours, I would highly recommend to anyone who wants to learn how to cook this Japanese treat authentically.