Madame Saito, Philadelphia

122 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147 Directions

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About Madame Saito

  • Cuisine
    Sushi, Japanese, Asian, International, French
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Price
  • Attire
  • Alcohol
  • Parking
  • Delivery
  • Takeout
  • Reservations
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Catering
  • Good For Kids


Report | 10 years ago
The class was fun, we learned a lot, and the sushi was absolutely delicious!
Report | 10 years ago
Highly recommend this! A great time and very informative!
Report | 10 years ago
Excellent teacher! Very knowledgeable and patient with all of us.
Report | 10 years ago
second class for me (after a 5 year break) and first time class for my 2 friends. we learned so much and had a great time learning to make sushi and eating our creations. large class made hearing madame saito a bit of a problem so room set up with her in the middle might have been better. all in all a great evening.
Report | 10 years ago
It was a very fun evening. The class was great and I feel very confident about making sushi to friends in my house. Madame Saito is very commuted and dedicated to culinary, she only uses the best ingredients and shares hints with students on how to find high quality products.
Report | 10 years ago
a small sound enhancing system (microphone, amplifier and speakers) would help everyone hear you when there is a large crowd.
Report | 10 years ago
Class size was entirely too big which affected the quality of the class. Although the class was very imformative a smaller class would of put this over the top!
Report | 11 years ago
She was very knowledgeable and fun!
Report | 11 years ago
My daughter and I went to Madame Saito's Sushi class and we loved it. She was very interesting and entertaining. The 4 hours flew by! After taking the class we are both confident that we would be able to make sushi and also know what to look for when buying it at a restaurant.
Report | 11 years ago
It would be nice if the class provided sushi grade knives for participants do they could properly cut the fish. Most home knives are too dull.

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