Every weekend, it’s the same debate.
No, not that one. The one where everyone wants sushi but nobody knows where to get it.
But wait! A solution: Wasabi’s new sushi-making classes. A tasty way to please everybody.
Grab six to eight friends and book a Saturday session with chef/co-owner Nhan Le. Arrive wielding your best knife. (Your sharpest nonserrated kitchen blade should do.)
Le provides cutting boards, tips for cooking perfect sushi rice (it’s all about the vinegar-grain ratio), and careful instruction for crafting California, rainbow, and spicy tuna rolls.
Even more, Le will open his little black book of Atlanta’s best sushi-grade fish sources (he frequents a certain aisle at DeKalb Farmer’s Market) before serving your rolled creations with hot sake.
That should settle the matter.
Wasabi, 180 Walker Street, Castleberry Hill (404-574-5680 or wasabiatl.com).