Join award-winning Chef, Sang Kim, after the screening of Tsukiji Wonderland as he walks us through the history of sushi and how the Edo style, through the influence of Tsukiji Market, established itself as THE form of sushi consumed in North America. This will be followed by a live demonstration of various kinds of traditional and modern sushi rolls on stage.
Tickets available at the door after the screening of Tsukiji Wonderland:
$10 at the door ($8 for members)
Sang Kim is an author, chef, and activist. He has owned and consulted for some of the most iconic modern Asian restaurants in Toronto, including Blowfish, KI Modern Japanese, Ame Cuisine, KOKO! Share Bar, Yakitori Bar, Seoul Food Co., and Windup Bird Cafe.
He conducts one of the city’s most popular sushi making class, called Sushi Making For The Soul. He also curates and hosts a number of popular culinary events, including COOK/BOOK, where he appears on stage with a famous writers and prepares with them their favourite dish.
He is the recipient of LCBO’s Feature Chef Award in 2013; the York West Centennial Award for his work with children in high-risk communities in 2014; Push Food Forward’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his work as food literacy advocate for children in 2015.