If humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature’s logic with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of pan-Asian lunch
- $30 for three Groupons, each good for $20 worth of pan-Asian lunch
The lunch menu, served seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., includes dishes such as chicken teriyaki ($13), veggie chow mein noodles ($12), chilean sea bass ($24), and specialty rolls such as the Inyo with king crab, strawberry, japanese cucumber, caviar, and mango pureé ($17).
When designing the menu for Inyo Restaurant, executive chef Kenny Wee incorporated influences from many different traditions, including Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean. The diverse selections range from comforting chow mein noodles to spicy Szechuan fish, the latter of which is one of many dishes that features seafood freshly flown in from Hawaii and Japan. The jet-setting proteins can also be found alongside interesting touches such as jalapeños and strawberries.
Surrounded by dark Asian tile and crimson walls, guests can sip sake at the sleek, curved bar or experience signature martinis while watching plasma TVs. In warmer months, there's no better place to enjoy a spicy-tuna pizza than out on the patio.
92% of 1,538 customers recommend
“Every single Sushi roll was EXCELLENT!”
“Food is great”
“The dynamite roll looks cool and actually tastes pretty good. But you really are paying for the theatrics of a flaming dish. The king crab spring rolls are...”
“The dynamite roll looks cool and actually tastes pretty good. But you really are paying for the theatrics of a flaming dish. The king crab spring rolls are delicious but you only get two for $15. Overall this place values plating a too much!”