Giveaway at Wasabi Times Square

Wasabi Sushi & Bento, Times Square’s newest grab-and-go sushi spot, is holding a big week of social media giveaways . They will give away a $20 voucher to one lucky winner each day next week, April 14-18, and to enter all you have to do is follow & tweet @Wasabi_NYC using the #WasabiDollars hashtag.

 

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Wasabi specializes in a wide selection of individually-wrapped sushi and Japanese hot food favorites, including bento boxes and noodle soups, as well as made-to-order salads and special sushi rolls, all made fresh in-store daily. Customers can “Pick & Mix” from more than 50 types of sushi for as little as $1.50 for two pieces.

 

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The bright open kitchen allows guests to watch Wasabi’s chefs preparing sushi throughout the day. Sushi is sold by the piece, ready to grab-and-go. Individually wrapped sushi includes a selection of hosomaki (thin rolls), futomaki (fat rolls), nigiri (thinly sliced fish over rice), and gunkan (torpedo-shaped pieces). Wasabi also serves a selection of hand-rolls and a variety of onigiri, which are triangles of rice wrapped around a choice of savory filling (like Roast Salmon or Chicken Teriyaki), and tied with nori.

 

 

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The “Hot Food” menu at Wasabi reads like the “Top of the Pops” of Japanese entrees—bento boxes filled with a choice of chicken teriyaki, pork katsu rice, chicken katsu curry, salmon teriyaki, and more—all made fresh, in-house throughout the day.

 

The Wasabi collection of soups includes a variety of New Yorkers’ favorite, Ramen, as well as a collection of Soumen, a noodle soup made withsuper-thin rice noodles, and Tanmen, made with thick rice noodles. Wasabi also offers special sushi rolls and a made-to-order salad bar, which, in addition to a wide variety of greens andvegetables, offers a number of shrimp and chicken dishes as main course toppings.

 
$20 goes a long way at Wasabi: you can mix and match over 30 kinds of individually-wrapped sushi that range from $1.50-$3.50 for two pieces and grab sashimi sets for less than $10. Wasabi has bento boxes like Grilled Chicken Teriyaki or Chicken Katsu over noodles for $7.95, plus delicious pork or chicken ramen that’s only $8.95 for a large and other noodle soups for as little as $7.95. All of the food at Wasabi is made fresh throughout the day, and they make it a priority to use sustainable fish.

 

 

 

Happiness, $25 and under.

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