Our first time and their 5 th month open, we enjoyed some fresh sushi salmon, average but good spring rolls, average pad Thai but with a nice amount of shrimp and a ",family" dish with shrimp, scallops 2, pork that was a little chewy and some tender beef. The brown sauce that was pleasantly thicker than the normal runny variety and a bit sweet. I enjoyed the dish and would order again. We have been to Wasabi2 multiple times and it is better each time, the food is excellent, the service is great, the staff is friendly, and if you like the sushi, this is the place to go.
No way this place is number 1 restaurant in west chester. Its the Old Hunan place. I went on a friday night at 8pm cause I saw these reviews, and the place was empty. I think its an inside job on these reviews. I never eat at a place that is empty on a friday night.
Early evening over the Bear Mountain Bridge. The restaurant received a "Very good" from the New York Times. Clean lines, light wood, open windows and a row of simple Isamu Noguchi-style paper lanterns create a modern airy feel that complements the restaurant's fresh take on Pan-Asian cuisine. From Haiku in Cross River: "The second branch of Haiku opened in situated in the Cross River Shopping Center with comfy couches surrounding a long bar as well as a stunningly contemporary Asian-accented interior. The restaurant welcomes large parties, corporate lunch meetings, and family gatherings.