Cooking Class: Poke Bowl Vegetarian-Style
A popular Japanese dish comes to life with vibrant flavor in this hands-on cooking class from Chef Parsati. With her expert guidance, you'll create a traditional poke bowl loaded with succulent shrimp, fresh vegetables, beans and savory seasonings. You'll also prepare a citrus ponzu sauce to top it all. It's a delicious introduction to the beloved art of poke!
Cooking classes on Classpop! are designed to be social events that do not require any previous experience. Guests are welcome to purchase beer to enjoy during the class.
Seasonal Shrimp Poke Bowl and Citrus Ponzu Sauce
Vegetarian option available
With edamame, pickled ginger, carrots, corn and garbanzo beans
- Minimum Guests 4
- Maximum Guests 25
- Event Duration 2 hours
- Activity Level
- Restrictions Must be 21 years of age or older to attend.
- LabelsVegetarian, Beginner, Japanese, Sushi Making, Date Night
Classpop! guest reviews for this experience
26 Dec 2021
Nice class! It was simple but we learned the things we couldn't figure out by ourselves! Highly recommend it as a gift to your loved ones!
Classpop! guest reviews for other experiences with Chef Parsati
27 Mar 2023
Fun experience with Chef Parsati who is clearly knowledgeable about different cooking methods and different foods!
19 Mar 2023
Chef Parsati was amazing! She made us feel so welcome and at home! She started the class by asking us about ourselves and then found ways to connect our background to the cooking techniques she taught. The lesson was amazing and the food was delicious! Highly recommend Chef Parsati!
all-inclusive: 2-hour class, meal and taxes.
Event location: 935 Washington St, San Carlos, CA, 94070
Venue Type: Brewery
Location is based on class date. Please select the date you plan to attend to see the correct location.
Meet your chef
Chef Parsati has a true passion for cooking that includes researching new recipes and experimenting in the kitchen, and hosting events for clients with a focus on teaching techniques and keeping the class interactive. Previously, Chef Parsati has worked for Williams Sonoma in a culinary capacity, and was as an instructor for an international education program teaching kids match, science and geography through cooking.