Korean and Japanese Cooking Classes in Dallas

If you’re in the Dallas, Texas area, or visiting soon, come visit us for a cooking class! We offer Korean cooking classes and Sushi Roll classes throughout the week and during the weekend. Check the schedule below for open classes or request a time and we can open a class for you.

Students make the stir-fried noodle dish, japchae.
Korean Cooking Class making the noodle dish, Japchae.

Korean Cooking

Our Korean cooking classes run about 2 hours and we make two or three traditional dishes. Some of our most popular dishes:

  • Bibimbap: Rice with mixed veggies and meat served with hot sauce and fried egg. We make all the ingredients and show you how to present and serve the dish. Easily modified for a vegetarian diet.
  • Japchae: This Korean cooking staple is made from sweet potato noodles and served with mixed veggies and meats. Our students love this one as it introduces a healthy, gluten-free noodle.
  • PaJeon: The Korean pancake made with green onions and seafood. Always a favorite on rainy days.
  • HoDdeok: This sweet Korean pancake dessert made with a flour dough and filled with a sweet filling is fun to make and everyone’s favorite.
Class Chopping and prepping ingredients for making Kimbab rolls
Class Photo – Chopping and prepping ingredients for making Kimbab rolls

Sushi Roll

In this cooking class, we teach you how to roll sushi rice with seaweed wrappers. This class typically lasts 1.5 hours. In this popular cooking class, we cover the basics of rice preparation, ingredients, rolling and decoration.

  • California Roll: The basic Japanese sushi roll made with rice on the outside. This roll is filled with crab meat and avocado.
  • Tempura Roll: This roll is like the basic roll, but we use two tempura-fried shrimp, avocado and cucumber to fill.
Students cutting California sushi rolls into slices.
Students making California sushi rolls.
Assortment of Sushi Rolls: Japanese California Roll, Korean Kimbap and Nigiri rice balls.
Assortment of Sushi Rolls: Japanese California Roll, Korean Kimbap and Nigiri rice balls.

Please email us for availability. We currently offer two cooking classes, one for Korean dishes and one for making sushi rolls. You can also book through AirBnB Experiences through these links:

California Roll together with Korean Kimbab roll made with rice, seaweed sheets and other ingredients.
California Roll together with Korean Kimbab roll


Our current pricing for cooking classes is as follows:

  • Korean Cooking Class: $68
  • Japanese Sushi Class: $55


We have a standard schedule below for cooking classes. If you can’t make a regularly scheduled class, let us know so we can open a class for you.

Korean Cooking Class

Classes are currently by request. Send us an email to request a spot.

Japanese Sushi Class

Class schedules are managed through AirBnB. If you want to book different dates, send us an email.

Come join us! Email us for more info!

4 thoughts on “Korean and Japanese Cooking Classes in Dallas

  1. Dana Hanks

    I’m interested in buying a sushi class for two people.
    My name is #### ####.

    It’s a birthday gift for #### #####.

  2. Catherine Fontaine

    I really want to study Japanese cooking- I can start with your Korean and sushi classes. My schedule is very open- let me know when open classes are happening. I would prefer classes in Plano rather than Dallas. I have been to Japan. I love the small portions and multiple plates. We stayed at a Ryokan in Tokyo for 2 weeks

  3. Julie

    Hello, im interested in doing a sushi making class for a group of friends probably no more then. 5 people. Do you offer those classes any time on the weekend other then Saturdays at 1? Do you offer the option to have the sushi making class at someones houses? Thank you!

  4. Tashombia House

    This class was amazing! I bought it for my sister and mom who were visiting from Arkansas. They talked VERY highly about their experiences.

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