Very friendly japanese run place. Original sushi alway fresh prepared. Only take away, no place to sit.
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Wasabi is a small japanese restaurant in Basel, very well located and not far from the central railway station in Basel. All employees are Japanese which makes it even more authentic. We arrived about 10-15 min. before noon which was perfect. At noon the small...More
Indeed the best sushi-sashimi place in Basel (and there are many...) It`s only take-away and home delivery (evening) though.
I love going to Wasabi! They cook delicious and authentic japanese cuisine (NOT just sushi, although their sushi is great) and sell it at a very reasonable price. The staff is always friendly and the place is very clean and hygienic. I've been going there...More
Being a sushi fan, I was totally craving for good sushi when I was in Basel. Having tried two three Japanese Restaurant, someone suggested me Wasabi on my last evening in Basel. So, I took my bike and ran, and as soon I reached it...More
I've bee living in Basel for 7 years and I think I tried all Japanese restaurants in the region. No one compares to Wasabi. I've been there today for the first time to taste a sushi menu: delicious. The menu offers wonderful dishes, bento boxes...More
I've lived in Basel for nearly 3 years now and have tried nearly all the sushi places. As this is purely a take away place, I never got around to going here until this weekend. In summary I've wasted my time as this is is...More
I have worked in Basel for 5 months now (part time) and had yet to find a restaurant to tell anyone about - disappointing really. Wasabi is finally a place to shout about. The other Japanese's in town don't employ Japanese chefs and offer the...More
By far the best sushi in town! Super friendly stuff. Food is for take away only. It would be awesome to have a restaurant as well.
Sadly since the SBB stopped renting the restaurant space to the most longstanding and well loved Japanese restaurant SAKURA - which closed and was never replaced by anything that could even mildly compete, Basel was not the place to go for sushi. Switzerland being landlocked...More