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Wasabi Bistro

Map & Directions 2311 Second Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121
  • Asian
  • Daily 4pm-1am, Mon-Fri 11am-2:30pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

Not your grandpa's sushi bar. Wasabi Bistro has a bit of a Belltown complex, which carries over into the food. Even purists should be able to appreciate its New World twists, especially if they're fans of avocado. Slices of nature's creamiest fruit guest-star in just about all of Wasabi Bistro's inventive rolls. To wit, the Seattle Tempura Roll: Salmon, cream cheese, and avocado are rolled maki-style, and then the whole thing is coated and fried like a tempura veggie. Indulgent, delicious, and unconventional.

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  • Seattle Happy Hour on 10/05/11

    Every Day 4pm-6pm at the restaurant:$4 draft beers, large hot sake; $5 glasses of red and white wine$6 sashimi, nigiri; $5 - $6 rolls

  • Yulie L. on 06/12/09

    Great rolls & atmosphere in Belltown!

  • David H. on 11/11/11

    The hostess, Raquel, is super cute! Make sure to come by and say hello. :)

  • Hazel Grace on 01/10/10

    Great happy hour! The winner is the $6 sashimi set.

  • Jee Eun P. on 08/04/11

    The new renovated wasabi bistro has a great atmosphere and delicious rolls in Belltown. I like the modern interior there. Don't get too much green beans at the first.

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