$18 for a sushi dinner for two ($31 value)
- Two miso soups or salads ($5.00 value)
- One special maki roll ($10.00 value)
- One large sake bomb (with 22 oz Kirin or Kirin Light beer; $12.50 value)
- Edamame ($3.50 value)
Ginban Sushi fuses elegant, artful presentation with the delicate flavors of traditional Japanese cuisine. In the kitchen, at the sushi bar, or in the chefs' daydreams, the staff crafts dishes such as tender beef teriyaki, barbecued eel on fluffy beds of rice, or handmade maki made with fresh fruits and delicate fish. Diners begin their feasts with appetizers of plump shumai dumplings or grilled yellowtail before digging in to main courses such as lobster tempura, spicy tuna rolls, and plates of fresh sashimi.