Kids Gyoza Dumplings Class with Chef Keita

A special Gyoza Cooking Class


Japanese chef Byronbay
Japanese chef Byronbay
5.0 (55)
Instagram followers114k

Adults & 10+ years     1.5 hours Class size 7 to 12     label $49 ($60 per class surcharge applies for private classes)
Let your kids learn and experience Japanese food culture the fine art of Gyoza dumplings making from Japanese chef Keita. It's never too early to learn some serious cooking skills. After learning, your kids can make Gyoza at home.
The classes are suitable for ages 10-15 years of all skill levels. The class teaching is clear and thorough ensuring no one is left out and all can participate. Parents can drop off their children at the class.
Gyoza kids class menu
  • Making Chicken Gyoza fillings from scratch
  • Learn how to fold two types of dumplings and cook
  • Learn how to use knife properly
Private class: We are happy to offer a private class where we come to your home to teach. Please note that in addition to the class fee, a travel fee (Ballina $50, Lismore $60) will be charged for private classes. If hiring a venue is necessary, it's also possible, so please inquire about it.
Knowledge required
Beginner friendly and focused on kids
 
What you'll get
Gyoza kids class menu
  • Making Chicken Gyoza fillings from scratch
  • Learn how to fold two types of dumplings and cook
  • Learn how to use knife properly
What to bring
Apron
Knife
Take away container
Water
Suitable for

Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 10 years old).

Adult accompaniment is not required.

Location

Your teacher can travel within 10 kms of Holland Park, to a venue of your choice

Kids Gyoza Dumplings Class with Chef Keita location
More about this class

This teacher has 55 reviews for their other experiences - which you can see here.

This class is also covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

Your teacher
Japanese chef Byronbay
Japanese chef Byronbay

5.0 (55)
Instagram followers114k

Keita Kujiura is over 15 years experience professional Japanese chef with passion for spreading charms of Japanese cuisine all over the world.
He started learning Japanese cuisine from 18 years old at a long-established restaurant in Japan.It was then when Keita found his passion for cooking and all things kitchen related.
Since 2015 Keita has moved the main base to Australia from Japan and started working as a sushi chef at popular sushi restaurant in Byronbay.
Nowadays, Keita is teaching his skill and knowledge about Japanese cuisine at cooking class and treating locals to dish by private chef.His aim is promoting Japanese food culture for locals.
2024-08-02 15:00:00
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