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Vegetarian Kitchen: Ramen & Gyoza Cooking Class in Tokyo

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Duration
3.5 hours
Number of Guests
2 - 10 guests
Language
English
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Vegan, Vegetarian, With sake, With 1 drink
Become a vegetarian ramen maestro at this intensive cooking class in Meguro! Learn from a pro, discover the history of ramen, make original-recipe ramen & gyoza, then feast on your handmade meal.
Highlights
Make original-recipe, plant-based Japanese ramen and gyoza
Learn from a seasoned ramen chef at a stylish restaurant in Meguro Bilingual (English & Japanese) hosts and support
Take home lifelong cooking skills and original ramen recipes created by the chef
Take home ingredients to recreate 1 x bowl of restaurant-quality ramen at home
Enjoy a handmade vegetarian ramen and gyoza feast alongside the chef and your classmates
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals
Experience Details
Turns out, you really CAN make friends with salad! Well, vegetables, to be more precise. Flex your vegetarian cooking muscles with this intensive ramen cooking class in Meguro! You’ll learn how to make ramen and gyoza in a contemporary restaurant in Meguro, where you’ll get the full chef experience. Discover the history of ramen, handmake the noodles, craft the perfect veg-forward broth, then move on to the gyoza. Andrew ‘Baba Ramen’ Rowe is a seasoned ramen chef passionate about sharing his noodle-forward skills through his intensive cooking classes in Tokyo. He moved from England to Japan with ramen-led aspirations and channeled them into his ramen-making brand and series of cooking classes, which you’ll experience firsthand today! Your culinary masterclass occurs at Richill, a modern restaurant in Tokyo’s cool Meguro ward. Your faithful host–Andrew–and his seasoned assistant will greet and seat you before briefing you on the history of ramen, gyoza, and Japanese cooking. Noodle full of knowledge, it’s time to put your newfound skills into practice! You'll craft the perfect bowl of vegetarian ramen using various aromatic vegetables, miso or soy-based broths, and toppings like tofu, seaweed, and mushrooms. Once your bowls are filled to the brim, it’s gyoza time! Create perfect, pillowy gyoza by rolling the wrapper dough, preparing the veg fillings, then tossing into a pan to fry. What’s next? The feast, naturally. Class flow: Meet at Richill Restaurant in Meguro Class introduction and ramen info session Vegetarian ramen: Handmake ramen noodles, broth, toppings, then assemble Vegetarian gyoza: Handmake gyoza wrappers, fillings, then fry Sit back, relax, and enjoy your hard-earned meal If you’re hankering for Japanese soul food with a plant-forward twist, this class is for you. No store-bought noodles, pre-packaged toppings, or ready-made broth in sight. We’re doing it from scratch like the Japanese culinary gods (and Andrew ‘Baba Ramen’ Rowe) intended it.
Inclusions
A free welcome drink (beer or sake)
High-quality ingredients and cooking tools needed for the experience
A mouthwatering, umami-packed handmade vegetarian ramen and gyoza feast
Take-home ingredients to recreate 1 x bowl of signature ramen at home
A comprehensive original recipe booklet
Exclusions
Transportation to and from meeting point
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Please directly come to the restaurant in Meguro near Taiko bridge, based in Shimomeguro, Tokyo, 153-0064
Remarks
This is an intensive ramen-making course that takes about 3.5-4 hours
This class is kid-friendly! We have accommodated young chefs from 7 years+ but please enquire regarding age if you’d like further information
Vegan options are available for this class, enquire within for further information
Cancellation Policy
Cancel your booking at least 2 days before the experience start time to receive a full refund minus a 3.2% transaction fee.
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For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals