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Sushi Sasa

Address
2401 15th Street, Suite 80 Denver CO 80202
Phone
(303) 433-7272
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(303) 433-1167

Business Hours

Status: Open

Sunday
5:00pm-10:30pm
Monday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:30pm
Tuesday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:30pm
Thursday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:30pm
Friday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-11:59pm
Saturday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-11:59pm

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Sushiphiles score savory fish at this cosmopolitan cool Japanese eatery with a menu featuring both raw and cooked delights.

Though some people might complaint about the loads of plastic being used here, Sushi Sasa does come highly recommended for anyone who would like a delightful sushi meal. Apart from the traditional sushi, you will also find several innovative dishes that use exotic fish, prepared in Japanese style. The restaurant menu features an excellent sake and wine list.

After seventeen years of careful observation, hard work, and tireless study alongside some of the world's most impressive culinary minds, Chef Wayne Conwell and his talented team are moving sushi forward. By integrating the rigid traditions of Japanese cuisine with unconventional international influences from Italy, France , and around the world, Sushi Sasa aims to be the evolution of sushi. ...

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Overall review sentiment

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79%

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Overall review sentiment

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3 stars
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2 stars
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1 star
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Sushi Sasa Restaurant Review

White tablecloths, pale wood contemporary chairs and comfy banquettes give this room a calm, Zen-like look. But, alas, all the wood surfaces conspire to make this long, narrow room a noisy space. At the back is a long sushi bar where three or four chefs banter while putting on an amazing culinary show. Chef-owner Wayne Conwell, who studied with Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, creates innovative...

Sushiphiles score savory fish at this cosmopolitan cool Japanese eatery with a menu featuring both raw and cooked delights.

In Short
This well-hidden austere sushi spot is filled with dimly lit pale-wooded tables requiring minimal adornment--save for fresh flowers and chopsticks. Customers settle at a table or...

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Average Rating
100

Easily my favorite sushi in Denver by a long stretch. The artichokes and the Hamachi are two of the best things as well as the Snake River Beef Truffle Foie Gras. If you're more of a sushi person...

Average Rating
80

Fusion Japanese My wife and I did a stay-cation in downtown Denver to watch the Avs trounce the Flames. Our concierge mentioned Sasa when I asked about a Japanese restaurant. We arrived around 530...

Average Rating
80

I came in here on a spontaneous double date about a week ago, and the sushi at Sushi Sasa absolutely lives up to the hype. It's incredibly fresh, very unique, and *beautifully* presented. In...

Average Rating
100

Surprisingly affordable and delicious! Having dinner on a Saturday night in the LoHi area does not have me thinking I'm going to get a screaming deal on sushi. I almost don't want to tell yall...

Average Rating
100

Wow! Sushi Sasa is amazing. We had an amazing experience sitting at the sushi bar. Our appetizer was this incredibly seaweed salad with 3 different types of seaweed. It was perfectly dressed and...

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J De La Torre Trucking is located at 887 La Cruz Ln, Vacaville, CA. This business specializes in Truck Transport.

Sushi Sasa can be found at 15th St 2401. The following is offered: Restaurants: Sushi. The entry is present with us since Sep 7, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 12, 2013. In Denver there are 11 other Restaurants: Sushi. An overview can be found here.

Sushi SaSa is a restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine. The restaurant provides food items for lunch and dinner. It offers private dining rooms for more than 15 individuals. Sushi SaSa provides off-site catering services. The restaurant s menu includes a variety of food items, such as salads and soups. Its restaurant also offers various types of noodles. Sushi SaSa provides...

Sushi Sasa provides a friendly atmosphere with an array of flavors from the traditional to the creative. Customers may choose dining room, sushi bar seating or private dining.

Though some people might complaint about the loads of plastic being used here, Sushi Sasa does come highly recommended for anyone who would like a delightful sushi meal. Apart from the traditional sushi, you will also find several innovative dishes that use exotic fish, prepared in Japanese style. The restaurant menu features an excellent sake and wine list.

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Save Money: If the prices here elicit sticker shock, satiate your sushi fix during happy hour, which nets you two-for-one hot sake and discounted hand rolls, shrimp sushi and California rolls.

What To Drink: Sip from the exhaustive sake list that includes several premium bottles.

The Extras: If you've got the urge to splurge, immerse yourself in the omakase, a multi-course chef-driven tasting menu that will transport you straight to Tokyo.

What To Drink

Sip from the exhaustive sake list that includes several premium bottles.

Save Money

If the prices here elicit sticker shock, satiate your sushi fix during happy hour, which nets you two-for-one hot sake and discounted hand rolls, shrimp sushi and California rolls.

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