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    Default Best Japanese Food in Cabarete

    Last night I went with 4 other people to a restaurant called Wabi Sabi, which serves sushi, sashimi, and many other Japanese delicacies. We ordered many dishes and shared them. Each was delicious and the best Japanese food I have had in my lifetime. Moreover, when I mentioned that I thought the prices were reasonable one of my friends mentioned that the prices recently had been reduced about 40% to attract more locals.

    The restaurant is located on the beach side before Cabarete at Kitebeach and Hotel Agualina. You will see above your head 2 signs. One for Wabi Sabi and the other Agualina.

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    What may be reasonable to one person may be different to another. Could you please let us know what the check for 4 people was.

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    In response to your inquiry we were 5 peple and without tax and tip it was approximately 1000 pesos per person. We had a number of dishes and each had a large hot saki. I am told on Wednesday the rolls are 2 for 1.

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    Last edited by Rick Snyder; 10-17-2006 at 11:20 PM.

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    sounds good to me! I wonder if there is any place as good right here in the capital. I love sushi.

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    In the capital there is a restaurant called Agua Azul where I understand the chef at Wabi Sabi used to work. It's on Lincoln and Ricart. I was there once when the former chef was there. The food was very good, but I have not been there since the chef left, but I think it is worth a try.

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    Last edited by Rick Snyder; 10-17-2006 at 11:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macocael
    sounds good to me! I wonder if there is any place as good right here in the capital. I love sushi.

    Why settle for "as good" if you can get " far better" choices in Santo Domingo ?

    Check out AKA:
    http://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php...ighlight=sushi

    or Vetro's:
    http://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php...ighlight=sushi

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    wow, I'm hungry now

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    Any sushi restaurant in sosua or puerto plata?

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    In Santiago: Av. Metropolitana and 10 Street. Two blocks down from the Gran Almirante and two short blocks from the HB B&B....

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    Last edited by Rick Snyder; 10-17-2006 at 11:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike24 View Post
    Any sushi restaurant in sosua or puerto plata?
    Wabi Sabi in Cabarete is only about 10 minutes from Sosua

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