Description:Online Japanese Sushi Take-a-way Restaurant with several locations in London.
Newest Review: ... Needless to say, I can't afford to eat it very often. This is what I love about Wasabi - the prices. You can pick up ready made sets or make up you own,so you have more control of the costs. The stores are very minimalist, there are refrigerated open units for sushi and then a hot unit for noodles and rice. If you are going for sushi, there are a number of pre made packs, alternatively, ... more
Customer Wasabi Reviews (8)
by - written on 01/12/13 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Wasabi is a Sushi fast food restaurant. According to the website, there are about 30 branches in London, mostly in the City. There are other branches across the UK, but I assume these will be located in big city centres to appeal to the lunch break crowd. The term wasabi is the name of the Japanese horseradish sauce traditionally eaten with sushi. Personally, I don't like it, so I avoid it. I love sushi, but don't like the high prices. I work in Central London and can spend £10 in the sushi restaurants near work. Needless to say, I can't afford to eat it very often. This is what I love about Wasabi - the prices. You can pick up ready made ... Read the complete review
by sami - written on 06/07/13
i bought the seaweed salad take away from Victoria station. I stopped eating it half way as I didn't feel right. 5 minutes later I threw the whole thing up. I think the edamame beans were good but the seaweed wasn't. I have had other experiences with Wasabi - too much salt instead of real seasoning and 1 other mediocre experiences. My friend has a similar feeling which is a shame. Japanese tend to pride themselves on quality and do value the freshness of food. I am not sure about Wasabi.
by Jacqueline Hill - written on 17/08/12
Like the other reviewer I have been poisoned by eating at Wasabi. I purchased cooked tuna and cooked chicken rolls and 8 hours later ended up in excruciating pain. After 1 day of it seemingly getting worse, and given that I am 5 months pregnant, I went to hospital and took a day off work. After sharing my experience with 2 colleagues, I was amazed that they had both had similar experiences. This is not a place to eat unless you are fine about such risks.
by - written on 18/12/10 (Somewhat useful, 430 readings)
I eat from Wasabi most weekdays, since 2009. The bento boxes are always fresh, and good value. There have a fantastic range. Like any Sushi Shop, if you've not been there before, you should probably try some simple dishes first, especially if you're used to Japanese Sushi, as this is quite different. Wasabi is a Korean chain, and they do things a bit differently. They have a website at ~http://www.wasabi.uk.com/ showing their outlets, and menu. My daily choice, unless it is every cold, is to have a Nigri set of salmon, tuna. I usually add some edamame, and a Californian teriyaki roll. the cost is about £7. Some of their menu ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/10 (Very useful, 348 readings)
As a customer, I came to Wasabi store and paid good money for a Sushi box in good faith that it would be in a fresh and edible state. However, as it turns out upon eating it, I was left a few hours later feeling violently ill. Not only did I have to suffer the indignity and unpleasantness of being sick at both ends, I also had to take time off from work, which was a huge inconvenience and cost for both me and my employer. I have contacted Wasabi and told them all about what happened and also supplied them with all documents needed (including ambulance report) for them to start an investigation. I have had to liase with and chase them up far too many times ... Read the complete review
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