Wabora is a fusion restaurant blending Japanese and Korean food with more traditional North American Asian dishes. There are two Wabora locations in Ontario – one in Toronto and the other is in Bracebridge. We visited their Bracebridge location near Lake Muskoka during our press trip to the area.
With 65 different rolls (check out the extensive list here) offered at Wabora, it was difficult to decide on a couple. We chose the R-24 Rainbow – California roll topped with assortment of fish (yellow tail, fresh salmon, shrimp and avocado), and the R-25 Dragon Roll – California Roll topped with BBQ unagi and Japanese sweet caramel sauce.
In the mood for some Korean food, I opted for the Dol Sot Bibimbap – Marinated assorted vegetables, strips of chicken breast, and a sunny-side-up egg on top, served in a hot pot rice bowl. And for dessert we tried the green tea ice cream with crispy panko crumbs.
Overall thoughts? We weren’t overly enthused with our dishes and probably won’t return if we ever find ourselves in the are again. However, it is slim picking for Asian cuisine in Bracebridge, so you might be satisfied with Wabora’s offerings.