Great cooking show with great service. So much food we had to get boxes to go. Very good but could have used a little more salt. Definitely try the yum-yum sauce!
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JR is a master sushi craftsman, I never even have to order he knows exactly what will make it an amazing dinner. The salmon belly there is like butter and JR always puts on the best sauces for the different fish/rolls. Great sake selection too....More
We went here for a happy hour after a play on a Sunday. The sushi was not the best I've had but still plenty good and they have some nice happy hour options. I thought that that spicy crab sushi was particularly good and we...More
I've been to another habachi style restaurant previously. The food and habachi experience were identical. That was fine as the habachi experience is what we were expecting. The openness of the restaurant and decor enhanced the experience. We all enjoyed our meals and the experience....More
Wasabi is in the back of the building up the stairs to the left. Yes it feels like going in a "hole in the wall" place but once there the restaurant is spacious and the food is good. Sashimi cuts are generous and delicious. They...More
Wasabi is one of our favorite Japanese restaurants in the U.S. if not the world. We love Japanese food, so we eat here fairly frequently. Being retired, we also travel frequently and eat at a lot of Japanese restaurants. I always order Sashimi and my...More
This was a nicely done Japanese restaurant that had delicious sushi. If we come back to the area, we will come back to this restaurant....for sure!
I was hoping for authentic Japanese but i got salmon glazed in teriyaki sauce with asparagus and boring rice. The portion was a good size. The green tea was good and service was very efficient hence 3 stars. The food that is served at Wasabi...More