Food and drink
Sushi and sashimi, tempura and the like, is jazzed up with a little island fusion. Majorca rolls spiked with sobrasada (pork sausage liberally laced with pimentón - Spanish paprika) anyone?
Their spicy tuna and soft shell crab rolls deserve to win awards. To my knowledge they haven’t. Yet.
This is probably the trendiest spot in untrendy Ciutat Jardi, though it has to be said the neighbourhood is getting there. The teal and turquoise banquettes, white plasterwork and pumping tunes give it an almost club-like zeal.
The staff are pleasant enough, if a little slow and unbothered at times.
Wasabi Blue is on a back street in Ciutat Jardí so a bit of a no man's land, but handily located for going out and being groovy afterwards. Puro Beach Club is just up the road.
The set lunch, bento-box style for €15 is reasonable value, but you'll get far more interesting fare if you go a la carte. In which case expect to spend around €30 a head for a good selection of sushi and sashimi with a jug of sake or a bottle of house wine.
Tables to book
Ask for a table by a window, those in the middle of the room feel a little bit crammed in. Plus you get the view.
There are two other branches in the centre of Palma and one in Alicante (www.wasabirestaurants.es).
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- People watching