The Jakarta Post
Photographed: The sushi created by a fusion sushi course participant waits to be enjoyed. JP/Andrei HasibuanWe have all been acquainted with Japanese food for a long time now, and surely are also aware that fusion sushi is one way of approaching sushi, by mixing different ingredients to create new types of the delicacy.
Food blogs are now also typical, with bloggers visiting restaurants and documenting in words and with expert photos the many types of food available.
But what happens when you combine the two?
Ichi no Ichi, a new restaurant located in Alam Sutera, is one of many that offer sushi-making classes that participants can enjoy with friends and family. The class includes information about making sushi and the food’s health aspects. Chef Mulyana led one class by instructing participants in the right way to select salmon and the right way to serve it.