$20 for Sushi Dinner for Two with Speciality Rolls, Edamame, and Sake at Big Eye Sushi Bar ($43 Value)

North Scottsdale

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In a Nutshell

Chef wrangles fresh fish, housemade soy sauce, and crisp veggies to sculpt maki, ceviche, and nigiri

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for carryout. Cannot be combined with happy hour and lunch specials. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Chopsticks help diners practice picking up small bits of seafood before moving on to freshwater stilt fishing. Stick to it with this Groupon.

The Deal

$20 for a sushi dinner for two (a $43 value)

  • Edamame
  • Two specialty rolls
  • Two bottles of hot sake

Big Eye Sushi Bar

Born in Seoul, South Korea, chef Yohan Yun first began working in sushi restaurants when he was 16. However, he credits his father with teaching him many of the skills that he still uses at Big Eye Sushi Bar to craft miso, soy sauce, and nato, a type of fermented soybean. The menu spotlights never-frozen fish; even the maki use rice sparingly. The rolls instead accessorize the tightly bundled fish and vegetables with such adventurous ingredients as chipotle cream sauce and thin slices of lemon. Orders of sashimi arrive with fragrant ginger sauce or jalapeños, keeping diners from tossing chopsticks to rakish musketeers having sword duels.

Big Eye Sushi Bar

Born in Seoul, South Korea, chef Yohan Yun first began working in sushi restaurants when he was 16. However, he credits his father with teaching him many of the skills that he still uses at Big Eye Sushi Bar to craft miso, soy sauce, and nato, a type of fermented soybean. The menu spotlights never-frozen fish; even the maki use rice sparingly. The rolls instead accessorize the tightly bundled fish and vegetables with such adventurous ingredients as chipotle cream sauce and thin slices of lemon. Orders of sashimi arrive with fragrant ginger sauce or jalapeños, keeping diners from tossing chopsticks to rakish musketeers having sword duels.

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