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So over 40 members from Central Pa Sushi invaded Tokyo Diner tonight for hibachi and of course loads of lovely sushi. The meetup has been going strong since this past March and new members seem to join us every day. Hibachi tables are a great way to mingle because you can just get up during the meal and walk around. I would say this meetup was about half new member and half returnees. Over all it was a splendid evening.

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Tonight the Central Pa Sushi group went to Wasabi on Willow Street to try out the sushi. I’ll start by saying the rolls are perfect presented, neatly rolled and delicious.  Not to mentionthe prices are great, the sushi combos were well under 18 dollars and no one walked away hungry.  Wasabi is a Japanese restaurant with nice interior design, very comfortable and pleasant place to eat. There are a number of regular tables, as well as a few tatami tables (low table where you take your shoes off and sit) and a sushi bar. The staff also gets an A+ in my book, they were very welcoming and friendly, adding to the already positive environment. I think we all agree that we will be back again.

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Central Pa Sushi has been around five months now and we are booming. Crossing out every sushi place in the area with dinner parties hitting 12-42 people! So this is an open invite to those looking to get out this summer and have some fish!

August 17th – Fuji Do Feast in Harrisburg

August 28th – Dinner At Mikado Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar

September 9th – Wasabi in Lancaster!

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Thursday, July 10, 2008

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Thursday (July 10) in the Patriot-News Go! section will have a column featuring Central Pa Sushi including information and pictures about the group. Keep and eye out and R.S.V.P for a dinner soon. We meet this coming Wednesday in Lancaster Olive and Jasmine Asian Bistro as well as Sapporo East on the 31st of July.

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