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Wazuzu offers items in a wide range of prices during lunch and dinner. On our visit, we found the prices quite reasonable for the Pan-Asian bistro selections offered. A signature sushi roll ranges from the Crunch roll with shrimp, masago aioli, cucumber and avocado topped with rice crackers ($21) to the sumptuous High Roll’er made with toro, Maine lobster, caviar and crème fraîche ($100). The traditional sushi ranges from $9 to the $42 tuna belly, in either two-piece sushi or three-piece sashimi. Cut rolls run from $8 to the $25 lobster, and hand rolls cost $6 to $11.
Starters are also affordably priced, from the $8 steamed edamame to the $14 tom yum goong soup. Dim sum dumplings, buns and pot stickers are $8 and $9. The main dishes are perfect for sharing thanks to generous portions and quality ingredients. Keep it fresh with the live lobster with ginger and scallions, garlic crusted or with Singapore curry ($88). Go spicy with the Thai panang curry with your choice of roast duck, shrimp, beef or chicken ($16 to $24). The Cantonese-style fried rice is also a filling choice ($16), as are the popular drunken noodles with shrimp ($24).
Wazuzu also has menus for vegetarians, vegans (veggie and Gardein Chick’n options range from $8 to $24) and those with food allergies. Be sure to let the restaurant know when you make your reservation if you need the food allergy menu.