Wasabi Bar & Grill
I would recommend to a friend that they try the All-you-can-eat grill but skip the buffet and don't try the Japanese food.
I would recommend to the restaurant that they put in more soft furnishings to dampen the noise reverberation.
To note: In order to write a review I had to give a star rating in all areas.
I booked a table for 8:30pm last Saturday in this restaurant for 3 people. My partner and I were taking a friend home from abroad out for dinner and a catch-up. Once I mentioned Brazilian BBQ to the others we were all really excited about dinner.
When we arrived a lady eventually asked could she help us. I said we had a booking for 8:30pm. She sighed and looked around her. Then looked around some more. Then went to what I assume was a reservations book and asked my name. I gave her the name, number of people and time of booking. The conversation then went like this:
"You have booked for across the road."
No, no I've definitely booked for here.
"No, you haven't you're not in the book." (sigh)
I have the booking right here on my phone.
(blank stare) "Well we're very busy tonight, so....."
So that's why I booked.
"You see we have a 100 people here for dinner. We're very busy.........." (staring at me in silence) "Ok fine one moment."
At this point my partner said to me "let's leave, she could only be clearer if she actually said sod off. " But I wanted to see what would happen. The lady spoke to a tall man I assume was a manager and after some more looking around the room came back and then showed us to a table. We decided to give the benefit of the doubt and enjoy the meal. A friendly waitress arrived to take our order and we all ordered the all-you-can-eat brazilian bbq. This "experience" was the entire reason for coming to this restaurant to begin with. She asked us to hang on a moment and disappeared off to speak to the tall manager type again. She reappeared to inform us that there was no all-you-can-eat brazilian bbq and there was no brazilian bbq at all. It was only order off the menu (excluding bbq, of course).
At this point we could see an evening of disappointment and indigestion ahead of us if we stayed. So we left.
And went to Pitt Bros.
I recommend them.
The food wasn’t good to me or my friend it just wasn’t what we thought it was going to be
Wasabi Bar & Grill offers takeaway which you can order by calling the restaurant at (01) 567 1353.
Wasabi Bar & Grill is rated 3.1 stars by 3 OpenTable diners.