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About Wasabi Sushi & Lounge
Wasabi Sushi & Lounge brings a sophisticated, modern take on traditional Japanese food to the greater Milwaukee area. We believe happiness can come from life's simple pleasures, like the complete satisfaction caused by enjoying inspired, flavorful cuisine. Our chefs give artistic performances with their mastery of sushi preparation, using only the freshest seasonal ingredients - all presented beautifully on the plate. We aim to share the rich culture of Japan & the unique intricacies of sushi with our diners, but with contemporary twists to keep it interesting.
Wasabi is the 1st Wisconsin-based restaurant created by Brian Park, who originally established himself as a successful restaurateur of multiple sushi/Asian-Fusion hot spots in Chicago. Wasabi quickly secured its spot as the premier sushi destination in Brookfield, attracting diners from all over S.E. Wisconsin & beyond with its inventive dishes, artistic plating, plentiful sake offerings, & inviting, knowledgeable staff.
Brookfield, WI 53005
Sushi, Japanese, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:30pm,
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Omakaze= chef's suprise menu presenting and entertaining at sushi bar with his own culinary creations. For example: name your own roll. You tell the chef what you like and he makes a roll with those ingrediants.
Party tray and Mobile sushi bar at your site.
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Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Wasabi Sushi & Lounge Ratings and Reviews
I have eaten Sushi and Sashimi all over the world.
I cannot believe that the best Sushi in the world is at Wasbi in Brookfield Wisconsin, that is incredible!!
Below is my Sashimi Dinner in front of the Opera House in Sydney.
As good as it looked, the dinner was still not as good as Wasabi.
The ground fresh Wasabi root is my personal favorite .... perfect on any roll.
We visited Wasabi Sushi Lounge over the lunch hour. We were seated in a nice booth, but then it appeared as though the server forgot we were there even though she was waiting on a table right next to us. We had to inquire at the bar as to when we would be able to order after waiting for 10+ minutes.
The food was OK, thats about it. Should have known it wasnt going to be very good, Very few people on a Friday at 7pm. Menu has too many selections with none of them really anything to cheer about. Drinks, yuck... Sent one of them back and asked for something else, with the reply of we will only remake the same drink, not another selection. Really?? The first one was no good after 1 sip, why would want to suffer through another one? We would not return.
This is a good place for a "once in a blue moon" kind of dinner date. I feel the food was very good and service was great, however, the dinner was extremely expensive. I've found other sushi places in the area that serve equal if not better sushi for way less of a price. Never-the-less, I had a great dinner.
The atmosphere and service were very good, but the sushi rolls were rather disappointing. The sushi rice was hard and dry, and I could not detect any vinegar in it. We went for all-you-can-eat buffet on Christmas Eve, so I don't know if their usual sushi rolls are better.
Decent sushi, not the best I've had but not bad. Wide selection and unique maki rolls, such as served on tortilla chips. I liked that the spicy rolls were actually spicy! Our server was a bit awkward, and he didn't check in with us for a long period of time. Food came pretty quickly, price was expected for sushi.
The sushi was well-prepared and flavorful. Would recommend the Flaming Dragon and Badger Crunch rolls. The gyoza were good, but not special. The sake selection is not extensive, but there is a good variety to suit almost all tastes. Our service was excellent!
For a change of pace, I ordered the Kalbi beef, described as "Korean-style short ribs." It was a terrible choice, not at all like it's served in Korea, where it's cut into bite-size pieces from the bone. This presentation had large, tough, and dry pieces of meat with pieces of bone attached; impossible to eat with the chopsticks. I sent it back and went back to the sushi dinner, which was very good.
I was a bit disappointed that staff and management did nothing to compensate me for the inconvenience; instead, the attitude seemed to be "well, we didn't say it was EXACTLY like it's served in Korea.
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