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This outlet of Wasabi is neither one thing or the other. It’s far too small and there are about ten seats that eat into the very busy, cramped space. The staff are clearly stressed to the limits with such squalid, warm conditions. The food is...More
I tried the sushi and the hot meals, both were delicious and freshly made.
I loved the sushi more , hot meal had too much sauce for my taste, was still good though.
Everything is clean, fresh and yummy.
Only thing was the wasabi in...More
its handy to have these places to eat now on oxford street and this location as with others on oxford street are busy with people wanting food on the go. My meal this time was a salmon teriyaki salsa at £5.99 which when opened was...More
My daughter loves the food here. It does a selection of fish and vegetable sushi. It also does Rice and noodle dishes. You can take away or sit in. All dishes are priced under £10 so there is value for money.
Any resemblance between the food this place sells and real Japanese food is in name only. This was my first and last visit to this chain.
The hot food (some indeterminate noodles, in this case) was warmed up in one of a bank of microwaves...More
I grab something from Wasabi at least once a week and I can't get enough. I eat always the same dish and it tastes always good.
I recommend Rice with chicken teriyaki for around £5.50 (go large for +1.50). They have nice sushi as well...More
We needed some good and affordable meals after going around Oxford street and doing some shopping. We saw Wasabi and since love Japanese food we tried this one. There's good selection of food both hot and cold. The price is reasonable and the place is...More
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