Queens >Food & Dining > Go Wasabi
3402 30th Ave, Astoria, NY | Directions 1110340.765592 -73.918958
Sat: 1pm-11pm, Sun: 1pm-10pm, Mon-Thu: 12pm-10pm, Fri: 12pm-11pm
Teriyake Salmon – Their teriyake box is gigantic - enough food for 2 people for sure, and delicious.
Great Service, Great Sushi, Great Music – I recenty dined at the 30th Ave. location, and was really pleased with the entire experience. The waitstaff and hostess were impeccable in their attention to detail, their efficient service, and their overall charm. The sushi was fresh, and delivered in a timely manor, and the portion of teriyaki chicken was enormous. We were lucky to go on a night when the restaurant was hosting live jazz, and the music greatly enriched the overall atmosphere of Go Wasabi. Astoria really needed a quality sushi restaurant, and Go Wasabi certainly qualifies as one of the best. Highly recommended.
Mediocre at best. – As asushi addict, I was very excited when I saw them opening a Japanese restaurant in the middle of little Greece. (I live around the block from this place). When they first opened, the food was above average for Queens standards, but below average for Manhattan standards but the service was fantastic that I kept going back, also due to lack of options. Now, only a year after they opened, I regret it every time I eat there. The sushi is mediocre at best, and the portions are pretty ungenerous considering the pricing. Consider hopping on the train to any Manhattan neighborhood sushi joint until something better turns up.
Authentic and delicious sushi – I love Go Wasabi. The food is always fresh, the restaurant is clean and the wait staff is friendly. I recently went there with a friend of mine who had just spent two years living in Japan. He was skeptical that anything could live up to the food he had eaten in Japan, but he said this was the best japanese food he has had since being back in the US.
not worth it! – For a "Japanese" restaurant, it is not authentic Japanese food. The Nabeyaki Udon is not what I expected. It didn't have any of the things that usually come in it (chunks of chicken, shrimp tempura, kamaboko, etc). The sashimi dinner, raw fish, was fresh but very little in portion. It was not worth the $13 that it was. The sushi was small as well. There was hardly any rice under the raw fish. The sushi rice had no taste to it as well. We were definitely disappointed.
Fantastic Experience – HANDS DOWN the best service I have seen yet in the New York area, without a doubt. And the food was even better. This is the best thing to hit Astoria in a long time. We ate a little of everything, and all of it was perfect. I give it a 12 out of 10!!!
from good to really bad – The first time I ate at Gowasabi I was delighted, the food was good and very generous.
The second time I took take out, and it was not as good, both wasabi and ginger was forgotten, but I thought I'll give them another chance, after all anyone can make mistakes.
The portions was cut in half, and it was not near the same qualityas before. Rice is not expensive, so I don't know why they where so cheap with it, the size of the fish was also much much smalle then before and smaller than many other sushi places in astoria.
It is not worth it to go to gowasabi, unless you like very little food for a high price, then this is the place for you.
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