Sushi Wasabi

restaurants / Japanese

Lonely Planet review

It’s hardly five star, but for the price who cares? This cheap and cheerful Japanese traiteur serves pre-prepared sushi, maki, futo maki etc and a good choice of hot meils to a quick-eat crowd. Jugs of water and condiments are readily placed on each long, shared table, sushi platters include a bowl of miso, and there’s free tea or coffee to finish. Dishes to take away.