Wabi - Horsham's first Japanese restaurant

Horsham's first Japanese restaurant, Wabi, is a wonderfully modern prospect in the historic West Sussex town. Named in recognition of the Wabi-Sabi aesthetic movement, Wabi is appropriately simple and understated with a stylish design throughout.

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Wabi38 East Street, Town Centre, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1HLTel: 01403 788140Web: www.wabi.co.uk

Horsham’s first Japanese restaurant, Wabi, is a wonderfully modern prospect in the historic West Sussex town. Named in recognition of the Wabi-Sabi aesthetic movement, Wabi is appropriately simple and understated with a stylish design throughout.

Extending over two floors, Wabi offers an unprecedented experience no matter what the occasion.

The ground floor boasts a stylish, casual and everyday dining space, with a free flowing water fall as an impressive back drop to the cocktail bar - the cocktails are the best in Horsham and are created using the finest local ingredients.

Elegant dining can be enjoyed upstairs in view of the chef’s counter or, for a more private experience, Wabi has four impressive booths seating up to six people and a private Tatami room which can accommodate up to fourteen diners.

To the rear of the venue there boasts Japanese water garden to relax in and enjoy your cocktails in the afternoon or evening.

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Chef Scott Hallsworth who is Nobu trained and has cooked for stars and celebrities including the Beckhams, Robert De Niro, Bill Clinton and Adele.

Scott combines traditional Japanese culinary techniques with quality local ingredients, making for a modern Japanese experience. The restaurant has already made the top 100 in the UK, and has been awarded 2 AA rosettes for culinary excellence.

Dishes are ever changing to reflect the freshest and where possible local produce. Their sashimi is sourced from the south coast, while fresh produce is delivered from East Sussex’s organic Japanese farm Nama Yasai.

Scott and his team have created a menu of contemporary dishes that have a following worldwide.

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