December 16, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Daring. Different. Delicious. There’s high end dining. There’s low end dining. And then there’s everything else in between. I like to introduce you to another level. Have an open appetite and get ready to plunge into.....
Wassada is not a typical Japanese sushi place but a Korean that provide it's basically a variation of the Japanese concept, but it’s also much more.
For starters, wasabi is not quite the indispensable condiment as it is with its Japanese counterpart.Cho jang, a vinegar and soy sauce based dipping sauce, is the slathering of choice. But don’t worry, wasabi is always nearby on standby but not necessarily used.
Some other odd yet fascinating points of cultural preference are the texture and size of the raw cuts of fish. Korean sushi and sashimi restaurants mostly serve them in bigger portions (roughly twice the size of a tradition-bound Japanese joint). Japanese sushi houses believe strongly that sushi or sashimi should be eaten in one comfortable bite. With Korean sashimi, size does matter. The bigger, the better. At Wassada, they can and will sashimi everything, from the lopsided, flat flounder to the strange sea squirt and the crunchy abalone to the lowly yet tasty gaebul or sea worm.
Bring Cash:Please bring cash to pay for your share of the meal.This will be family style and everyone will pay an equal share of the bill excepting if you order drinks or dishes you do not share, expect to pay for your separate items in addition. Figure $45-$65 per person this is just the estimate per person depend on what we order.
A Refundable Deposit of $20.00 will be required No shows will not be refunded unless you un-rsvp or cancel at least 2 days in advance and a no show would mess us up.
If you show up the deposit will be refunded; it will not be applied towards your dinner.
Meeting Time:5:45pm and then we will begin dining at 6:00pm or as soon as we get a table. Arrive on time!!
Parking: Street or Valet Parking ONLY