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Restaurants > Japanese > West Suburbs > Brookfield > Wasabi Sushi & Lounge

Wasabi Sushi & Lounge [edit]
15455 w. Bluemound rd
Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 780-0011
(262) 780-0014 Fax
www.wasabisakelounge.com
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An upscale contemporary Japanese restaurant in Brookfield.


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Posted by abc1979 on April 14, 2009 at 12:38 p.m. (report)

I have eaten at Wasabi a handful of times and always found the food good, though a bit overpriced. Unfortunately, last night I had sushi there, and several hours later experienced some definite food poisoning. I don't know if the fish was old or contaminated, but I felt the need to share this with other diners.

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Posted by mporlovsky on Dec. 26, 2008 at 8:49 a.m. (report)

The food here is amazing. My wife and I have eaten at Wasabi at least 6 times and everything is consistent. I won't sushi anywhere else.

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Posted by trippycarp on Dec. 25, 2008 at 10:41 p.m. (report)

My family and I dined at Wasabi after a friend commented on the quality of the food at this establishment. They were not incorrect, the food was amazing. The sushi rolls and fish were all unique and prepared fresh before our very eyes. I could tell the seafood was of the highest quality, which is a crucial aspect of Japanese cuisine. The setting was relaxed and fun, and the owner Brian approached our table to see if our meal was up to par. If you dont like sushi, have no fear. Their menu contains many other notable items, such as the New York Strip Steak, that was wonderfully prepared and presented. The staff was knowledgeable and courteous, and our server Trevor was professional and friendly. Jed

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