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Wabi Launch

Last week Marcus and I attended the launch of a restaurant and bar in Horsham called Wabi. It’s been around for a while but unfortunately caught fire a few months ago so had to be totally refurbished. It’s even more beautiful than before. We were wowed from the second we walked in – there’s nowhere else like it in Brighton (or the whole of Sussex thinking of it!). I arrived early to get lots of pictures of the place.

It’s a Japanese restaurant that also serves cocktails in the bar. The food wowed us again. Not eating fish, meat or dairy I thought it would be difficult for me to find something to eat, but there were numerous vegetable dishes and vegetarian sushi rolls that were delicious, and the staff were very accommodating.

The others were served sushi, beef and chicken that I must say did look great.

The mushroom dish that I ordered arrived on a large leaf over a sizzling fire. It was one of the tastiest things I’ve had in a long time!


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