Join us for dinner and enjoy a small carafe of hot sake for your table!
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 20 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: December 27, 2017
Ends: March 31, 2018
Availability: Sun 7:30PM-9:00PM
Happy Mother's Day. Come celebrate Mom's special day here at Sasa with Chef Philip Yang inspired specials.
A fee of $25 will be charged for reservations cancelling or no shows on Mother's Day, May 13, 2018.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Went to Sasa's to celebrate a friend's birthday. It was a great "foodie" experience. Great dishes and excellent service. The bread-pudding is truly outstanding and we strongly recommend it. We will certainly be back to try some of the other dishes!!
Sasa consistently has the most creative, freshest sushi in the Diablo Valley. Never been disappointed as long as we’ve been going there, right from when they opened.
Service is also outstanding. From manager Jason to the wait staff, especially Louie, we are treated so well, professionally and knowledgeably. Can’t say enough good things about Sasa.
Great service , very consistent, good food, great for a date or just night out
Excellent restaurant, one of my favorites in WC. The food is fresh, the drinks creative and tasty and the service is consistently good. They have a standing menu but also have different specials (both food and wine) each day. Choices for vegetarians, pescatarians and carnivores.
We met friends but one was late. Waitress was outstanding. She brought us miso soup while we waited. Very nice decor and has an outside patio. We'll be back.
This is our go to place for date nights and special celebrations. Service is always terrific. We love to sit at the sushi bar.
From the miso soup to the very fresh sushi, the food is many levels above your typical Japanese restaurant. We loved the vegetable appetizers like the eggplant dish and the tempura cauliflower. Service was very friendly amd attentive. We will go back again.
The food was fresh and really good. The service was great.
Wonderful, as usual. Thank you.
Chairs were a bit uncomfortable
Would to see more vegetable side dishes
Food was excellent, so was the service
This was my second visit to Sasa and while my first visit (two weeks ago, on a Saturday night) was great, my second (Tuesday night) was a bit underwhelming and not worth the cost. The quality of the food preparation seemed to be vastly different- my Saturday night visit was excellent and this time, the salmon melt roll, which I'd also ordered on my previous visit, was not as beautifully presented and there was less salmon. I had to send back the sea bass as it was so overcooked, it was dry and had to be pried apart with a fork. A bit disappointed. If you're looking for excellent Japanese food, go for Ippuku or Kirala.
My favorite restaurant by far. Outstanding food, good service (most of the time), and wonderful ambiance. The prices are on the high side, particularly if you order Sake, but not too high compared with lesser Japanese restaurants.
Food is always amazing with service to match. I don't drink, but they seem to have a very extensive drink menu/full bar, and the whole ambiance of the place is very serene. The staff are highly attentive, but not to the point of overkill. They balance it perfectly.
The food itself is 5 stars no doubt. The ingredients, presentation, and fusion of various flavors are impeccable and i've never eaten anything I didn't enjoy as much as the next dish. You cannot go wrong no matter what you order.
Sasa is not cheap, but it's worth the money for a special occasion. Gift cards also make great gifts, so friends/family can splurge on high-end cuisine that they'd not normally treat themselves to.
Ordering can be difficult simply because everything on the menu always sounds great. The three dishes I look forward to the most are:
-Hamachi Kama (seems to be seasonal, but must-order when avail)
-Black cod (another must-have, no brainer. The most tender, flavorful cod you'll ever have)
-Garlic Shiro Maguro (white tuna nigiri that melts in your mouth like no other)
Delicious and consistent. Just wish they could be a little more free to create a roll or poke bowl that’s not on the menu.
Most disappointed. The fish was okay... especially the black cod. The dessert was horrible.
We were celebrating two birthdays and was very disappointing. Will not go again.
The sushi was great, and so were the drinks. The service was a little slow.
Great experience. Lou’s service was prompt and attentive as always without rushing us. Food was excellent. Host accommodated us with a great table, even though we arrived earlier than our reservation. Overall a great dining experience.
Always amazing! The food was exceptional and the ambiance is so nice. The service
is by far wonderful. The servers cannot do enough for you. Thank you so much.
We will be back!
Still our go to place in Walnut Creek for happy hour and dinner. This time and even on Valentines night it was awesome. Service and staff and food and everything were amazing. Thanks Jason, Mike and your terrific staff.
Food and service outstanding as usual, didn’t care for the loud, foul mouth woman bartender . Could hear her all the way across the room.
Nice atmosphere. Good service and special Valentine’s Day menu. Scrumptious baked oysters. Sushi slightly pricy but really well done
Amazing!!!! Delicious beautiful food and such great service. The ambiance is incredible too. Love this place.
Disappointed in the food. Seared ahi was anything but - over cooked and rubbery. The dish itself was so unappealing and set the tone for the rest of the meal. Overpriced for what it was. Won’t be going back or recommending.
One of the best sushi places in all the east bay but more on the expensive side. Never have had a bad meal though. Served family style.
Another very good experience at Sasa. The food is always inventive, fresh and tasty. This place is definitely a cut above the standard Japanese places you see all over walnut creek. It offers a much wider menu, many more small plates and a lot of variation in textures and flavors.. all of it well prepared and fresh.
This time the service was also exceptional, although its usually pretty good this was special. the server knew his menu, offered suggestions when appropriate and was there when we needed him and not there when we didn't.
we will be back
Ours was a great dining experience! Table was ready( we were party of 6). We were seated right away, on time!Food is delicious-especially the beef dishes. Wait staff very nice and accommodating even while they were packed with diners! Great job everyone! We love the food there-never had a bad dish. All were wonderful! Thank you!
Loved our experience hear! The food is spectacular!
It's alright. Food is pretty good. Prices are okay. Service isn't very good.
Place was better a couple of years ago. Seemed kind of cool then. Now it seems stale and boring. No improvements/positive changes made. Service has gone downhill. Still, it's okay, just not anything to get excited about.
Good food just lack luster service - had to prod waiter to get anything done!
Fish is so fresh! Sashimi fresh and melts in your mouth. Great, fancy place to eat sushi.
Awful service from the host and manager arguing with us over an identical table for 2 without any logical explanation why we couldn’t have the one we liked which offered more privacy. In the end the manager begrudgingly said we could have the table we liked.... We opted to sit at the bar.
Such attitude is simply unacceptable.
3rd time here. Excellent service from the hostess to the bus boy. Yummy food!!
Very good. Enjoyed it very much.
I like the Blue Gingko in Danville better; it is owned by the same group and has the same or a very similar menu. I had the same meal I have in the Danville location at Sasa. It is much less food and costs more for reasons that escape me. The food is fresh, good and they care. The seating at the "high top" in the bar was way too small and crowded though. I would not rush back but I don't regret going at all.
Great experience and the service was exceptional, he walked us through the menu giving some advice on his favorite foods...we chose both recommendations and enjoyed everything!
our waitress was so nice. my sister has a lot of allergies and they were very accommodating and informed about the menu items. I love the atmosphere and the sushi was delicious. if you're going there, you have to try the green tea creme brûlée. it's life changing. i will be going back.
This is my fifth visit to Sasa. As far as I’m concerned this is one of the best authentic Sushi restaurants in the Bay Area. Pricy, but given the quality of the food and the muted elegance of the restaurant, well worth it.
Food was really good. Serving was generous. I love the duck buns and their sushi rolls. Will definitely be back.