Main Street in Nyack
You'll find Wasabi directly
in the center of the action and totally in the swing
of the town of Nyack. Close to New York, a few minutes
off the Tappan Zee, the
area has long been a mecca for great restaurants
and a lively food scene.
While you'll discover that there are lots of great
eateries in this exciting little town, there is
only one world-class Japanese restaurant, Wasabi.
Photo Courtesy NYTimes
As a renowned destination for sushi, Wasabi's fish
are the freshest possible,
directly from the Hunt's Point Market, less than
30 minutes away, allowing them to reach your table
in perfect condition.
But Wasabi is more than just food, it's the focus
and centerpiece of Nyacks' late night party scene
and bar culture. Come early for the food, stay late
for the excitement!
In the Heart of New York City
According to LoHUD Critic Liz Johnson, sabi sushi is fun!
"Chef-owner Doug Nguyen, who also owns Wasabi in Nyack, brings a modern twist to hibachi. Cool green tones, a backlit bar and clean lines make for a sophisticated atmopshere, yet the menu and the prices are family friendly. The hibachi grill is behind one half of the sushi bar, so you can watch as chefs flash-grill shrimp, chicken, beef and pork for bento boxes and as sushi chefs assemble the maki rolls. The bar has cocktail list (mai tais, zombies) that would make Trader Vic's fans happy."
Sabi Sushi is unequalled in its reputation for great
food at lunch and dinner, its chic interior and
overall coolness. A
large sushi bar and several sushi chefs provide
the freshest sushi and sashimi, and Chef Nguyen's
innovative menu sparkles with exciting new twists
on Asian standards.
Sushi is always in every local magazine's "favorites"
list and customer responses range from "Yum,
YUM!" to " A very satisfying experience,
I'll be back from New York often!"
Photos Courtesy Liz Johnson, LoHUD