Culture 4 Kids

Handmade Udon Noodle Workshop

In association with The inventive work of Shigeru Ban,
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation 
proudly presents

Art Chef
Handmade Udon Noodle Workshop

Join Hideki Amasaki (Ama), chef, Two Chaps, Marrickville, for a hands-on udon noodle workshop. Participants will learn how to knead, roll and cut their own udon noodles to take home and cook. Amasaki will also demonstrate how to cook a delicious vegetarian vegemite-based broth for everyone to enjoy with fresh-made udon.

Saturday, 17 June 2017
11am – 12.30pm

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
16-20 Goodhope Street
Paddington NSW 2021

For ages 8-12
$20 per participant for ingredients

Bookings essential / limited numbers
Please pay prior to workshop to secure your place
02 9331 1112 or

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Hideki Amasaki began his interest in cooking as a teenager living in Japan. Motivated by his mother’s bland-tasting fried rice, Ama sought to learn the art of making a tasty, successful fried-rice while working as a dish washer in a Chinese restaurant.

After moving to Australia in 2005, Ama worked in various kitchens including The Cut Grill & BarThe Wine Library and Pinbone, and completed a cooking course at TAFE to further develop his culinary skills. In 2015 Ama joined the team at Two Chaps – a café and bakery with a sustainable, vegetarian approach to all aspects of operation. Ama is drawn to Two Chaps’ commitment to ethical food production and consumption.