aving just moved in beside The Burnaby, Hasu is bringing something new to Greystones’ hearty table.
Namely, a little something called izakaya.
Which, we just found out, ‘a type of Japanese bar in which a variety of small, typically inexpensive, dishes and snacks are served to accompany the alcoholic drinks‘.
Eh, feck YEAH!
Before we get into the details though, let’s have a few word from the man behind the town’s latest eaterie, Andy Chen.
“It may be a strange word for Greystones people, so it’s important to say that izakaya means more than just good dining – it’s also about the atmosphere, the cozy environment, the experience.
“At Hasu Japanese Izakaya Restaurant, we aim to be one of the best restaurants in Greystones. We want to give people one of the best dining experiences of their lives, with memorable food, a warm and friendly atmosphere and great service.
“We are dedicated to bringing the delicious flavours of Japan to Greystones too. Using only the finest ingredients, we serve fresh, authentic, quality dishes, such as homemade Gyozas, Yakitori, Tempura, Ramen, Teriyaki Soba, Tapenyaki, and so many others.
“Including, of course, sushi. This was first introduced to the West in the early 1900s – so, it’s arrival in Greystones is long overdue. At Hasu, we make the best sushi…
“Finally, we are so looking forward to getting to know everyone in this town, where there seems to be a real love of good food. That’s what brought us here…”
What a charmer. Already a firm favourite in Clontarf, Hasu will be open daily in their new Greystones HQ, from 4pm to 11pm Monday to Saturday and 12.30pm to 10.30pm on Sundays.
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