Renowned South African chef Peter Tempelhoff believes sushi is one of the most revered foods in the world. “What other cuisine do you end up eating out of the chef’s hand?” he asks. “I think it’s the most mysterious, most amazing cuisine in the world.”

It’s no surprise then, that his restaurant, Sushiya, recently hosted a sushi demonstration at the V&A Waterfront’s Time Out Market. The event, for which he partnered with chef Shin Takagi, co-founder of Sushiya and owner of two-star Michelin restaurant Zeniya in Kanazawa, Japan, was all about how to make and enjoy the Japanese dish...

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