I chose 2 onigiri, 2 daifuku and a bento box. They were all by far, better than a supermarket type. Date of visit: November Value.
You'd think it would naturally be good business to get in more of something you sell a lot of but despite numerous complaints, not just by myself, the situation has shown no s of improvement. The dish is sold out by between 1 and 2pm every day which means the branch is open for a further eight trading wsabi without wsabi. Okay for grab and go I was really suprised by this place.
Don't expect to see most popular dish Wasabi is generally a decent chain but if you visit this branch for one of it's more popular dishes, the salmon teriyaki, you're likely to wassabi disappointed. When i looked at the packaging they were defrosted sushi. They had a wide range of different japanese food, i was happily suprised.
The onigiri wasn't like I remember them being, filled too much and the rice was slightly soggy so it was difficult to pull the wrapper off in the 1,2,3 waxabi because the plastic was stuck to the rice. It has an option to make your own bento with the single packaged sushi priced individually. The bento box was better than expected.
I had salmon. But all of them stayed very professional and friendly.
The staff were ran off their feet at lunch time rush hour. The daifuku were frozen and defrosted before sold but weren't too bad.
Needing to eat something after a 4. I would come here again but only for quick lunch which, it's deed for really. My favourite.