Sushi outside of Japan is mediocre in general and this is mall sushi for white folks but it’s fast and not awful.
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Reasonable pricing lures me here and the sushi is good. Why pay the enormous prices elsewhere when this establishment is just as good. I definitely recommend the shrimp and salmon sushi which are my favorite. Dishes on the conveyor belt range from $2.50 to $5....More
I love coming here whenever I get the chance and am in the mood for sushi. I like how it's in the middle of the mall with a open concept. The sushi goes around on a conveyor belt and you can pick up which everyone...More
I should tell you that my wife and I were hooked on a game called Sushi Chef for awhile and we loved the idea of sushi on a conveyor belt. So when I was in Tyson's Corner, I HAD to try Wasabi! The sushi was...More
Whenever I travel to Tysons Corner Center, Wasabi is always my first pick to eat at when it comes to dining options! It's always fun to be able to try all the different options they offer, and kind of hard for me to resist the...More
However, my grandson loves it, but then, he is 9 so what does he know. He likes the fact the food goes around and around and he can choose his own meal. I am not quite so enchanted.
A circular treadmill offers a great quantity of dishes with all kinds of Japanese Snackes, all very good and particular ones. Good choise of beers. The service virtually is non-existent, only for paying the bill!
Wasabi is a good alternative to the food court at the mall in Tysons Corner. The sushi carousel has a variety of cold and hot sushi plates and one can order from the menu as well. Service is attentive and quick. If you are in...More
We sat at a table and read the menu before grabbing what we wanted on a moving conveyor belt. It was hard to tell what was coming from where I was sitting. I had to turn my head to know when my desired item was...More