How do you roll? This extensive list of sushi rolls contains the most popular “Westernized” varieties of the Japanese delight (i.e. Texas rolls are not from Japan). Naturally, we’re bound to have missed a few (there are so, so many!), but here you’ll find a boatload of bite-size morsels – from the common California roll to the more obscure (yet to-die-for delicious) Bath Street roll TO MAKE when you come to our SUSHI CLASS.
Sushi is a Japanese food consisting of cooked rice, layered and rolled up with amazingly delicious (and sometimes zany) ingredients like seafood, vegetables, and even tropical fruits. Ingredients and forms of sushi presentation vary widely, but all sushi “rolls” contain rice – whether white or brown. And in this list, we’re strictly rolling with rolls. Every style, imaginable. That is what we will do in class.
ONE WEEK CANCELLATION POLICY
NOTE: No refunds, transfers, gift cards or credits will be issued for cancellations within seven calendar days of the class date. We cannot provide refunds, transfers, or makeup sessions for classes missed because of illness, job loss, personal emergencies or events beyond our control.
When you register for a class, you reserve a slot that determines how much food we buy, how many work stations we set up and the total number of students, which determines whether the class will be held.
To cancel, you must notify us by phone/and or email, at least seven (7) calendar days before the class is held. (Exception: Date Night which requires a two-week cancellation notice). You can send another person in your place or transfer to another class (based upon availability). Or we will issue a T& T gift card redeemable for another class. This option is available only if you cancel more than seven days before the scheduled class date.
We will be happy to send you the recipes for the class if you are unable to attend for any reason. Please forward your mailing address to us.
If class is sold out, please email email@example.com to be added to wait list.