Listen up sushi fans: there’s a new place to get your fix in Cambridge, as Japanese food giant Wasabi has officially opened its doors in Cambridge, having celebrated by giving the first batch of customers through the door free sushi for a year (which attracted some rather large queues on opening day!).
Located in Petty Cury, Wasabi Cambridge will be serving up a selection of fresh, handmade Japanese sushi and bento. The menu also includes hot dishes such as hearty katsu curry, noodle soups, salmon and chicken teriyaki, and prawn tempura. Also on offer will be a range of authentic bubble teas and aloe vera juices.
The site, located in the building formerly home to Phones 4 U, has undergone a million-pound facelift, and will offer seating for 40 in a bright and contemporary setting.
“We’re delighted to be opening our branch in Cambridge and bringing top-quality affordable Japanese food to Cambridge shoppers,” said Dong Hyun Kim, founder of Wasabi. “We choose our locations very carefully and, with its vibrant business and tourist community and huge student population, Cambridge is a major draw. We are confident our dishes will be popular with hungry shoppers in search of something new, different and healthy.”