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Sushi Making Classes Launch at Windup Bird Cafe

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Love sushi but too scared to make it yourself? On January 12th and 26th, Sang Kim, the restaurateur/writer powerhouse behind Blowfish, Yakitori Bar, and Seoul Food Co., launches "Sushi Making For The Soul" classes at Windup Bird Cafe, his latest restaurant project with partners Claudio Gaudio and Chef Yumiko Kobayashi. The culinary tribute to Haruki Murakami's award-winning novel opened late last year and is determined to revive the doomed Northwest corner of College and Borden with what BlogTo calls their "quirky and whimsical" blend of local flavours, art, and community activism. The sushi-making classes are just one part of a busy schedule that includes cooking classes for kids and a smattering of cultural food events. Sign up for classes at sushimakingforthesoul@gmail.com, and until the restaurant's website is up-and-running, follow their wind up bird tweets @windupbirdcafe. Coming soon, Eater sits down with Kim who talks up Windup's philosophy, Chef Kobayahsi's palate, and their master plan to transform a restaurant's role in the community. [Eaterwire]
· Sushi Making For The Soul [Official Site]

Windup Bird Cafe

382 College Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1S7, Canada ‎