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Japanese Restaurant$$
Today 4PM–1AM
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2311 2nd Ave Seattle, WA 98121
2311 2nd AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98121
$$Japanese Restaurant, Sushi Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Asian Restaurant
Today 4PM–1AM
Friday 4PM–1AMSaturday 4PM–1AMSunday 4PM–12AMMonday 4PM–12AMTuesday 4PM–12AMWednesday 4PM–12AMThursday 4PM–12AM
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Creative sushi & new takes on Japanese cooking in a stylish, modern space with a young, upbeat vibe.- Google
"And the happy hour deals don't just have sushi."
"Deep fried green tea ice cream still awesome."
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Richard Navarro
2 weeks ago
Ambiance was nice and the service was friendly and nice and very attentive ! We didn't come here for the sushi and we ended up getting the Pork and Seafood Ramen and the Seafood Udon. The plus was that the Pork and Seafood was very generous in terms of the seafood clams, mussels, and calamari. The downside was that both broths were a little too salty for our tastes and it was a bit pricey. They have happy hour daily from 4-6pm which is pretty awesome!
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Michael Coles
2 months ago
Obviously very popular and with good reason! The menu was more Asian-American fusion than traditional sushi, but to good effect. The Hamachi Carpaccio was excellent, but beaten by the incredible Yuk Hoe. For rolls we had Belltown, Ring of Fire (not as hot as it implies) and the intriguing White Rabbit roll. Don't be afraid - try it.
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Serg Sor
2 months ago
Happy hour and the view is great. The clubs next door bring in assh**es tho.. Watching the club goers is entertaining because they act like morons when drunk.
oscar clink
7 months ago
Last night I took my girlfriend here. We normally wouldn't have gone here, she remembered the fish being good but it's a pretty swanky place, and we prefer a more low key vibe. We had had a long day, it was 10pm on a Sunday, so we had limited options for our sushi craving. Both my girlfriend and I work in the service industry, so we appreciate how restaurants are run. Our server's name was Dylan B, and he was a rockstar. He completely turned our night around, and it was a fantastic experience some of our nigiri was a bit old, but the first few pieces were awesome. We'd go back just for Dylan's excellent service!
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Alesya Izoita
3 months ago
I always end up at Wasabi when I'm in Seattle. They accommodate large groups well, the service is excellent and the manager stops by to say hello whenever he's in. The interior is sleek and modern, dimly lit which creates a great ambiance for conversations. They have a full Sushi menu and a seaweed salad which tastes like your biting into the sea.
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Phil Reed
3 months ago
How can you call this place Wasabi Bistro? Have the server tell you what is in the wasabi they give you. Gross.
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Stephen Kim
3 weeks ago
Their employees start turning away customers well before 11:30pm. Food is okay but not worth dealing with lazy employees who aren't even willing to work their posted hours. Who knows what other corners they are cutting.
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Eoin Bailey
8 months ago
Visited Wasabi based on a recommendation and by god they were right. The sushi here is excellent, maybe not the best sushi I've ever had but definitely very high on the list. What I liked particularly about Wasabi was the different flavours offered in the sushi, they are experimental but they also nearly always work which makes for a fun experience. The fish used was good which is of course the most important aspect of any sushi restaurant.