Nautical travel has connected the world's cultures, allowing them to share food, art, and tips for keeping boats from sinking while transporting too much food and art. Taste the traditions of a faraway land with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of Japanese cuisine
- $50 for $100 worth of Japanese cuisine for four people or more
The menus showcase upscale sushi rolls such as the Kenichi Special, with snow crab, tuna, and smelt eggs ($12) and the cucumber-wrapped miami roll with wild salmon, shrimp, crab, and avocado drizzled in sweet red-onion sauce ($18). The entree list features high-quality cuts, such as an 8-ounce Harris Ranch gyu tenda filet mignon ($29).
Voted Best Sushi in Dallas for three consecutive years by Citysearch, Kenichi is a combination restaurant and lounge that exudes modernity. Bottles of sake are back-lit on a towering shelf (the sake list here is designed by one of the world's only Level II sake sommeliers) and there are tall stools at the brushed-steel sushi bar.
The chef and his culinary team infuse specialty house sashimi and makimono with a distinctly Southern accent. Their rolls bring together unusual combinations such as wild salmon and goat cheese, yellowtail and serrano peppers, and blackened tuna and mango. Entrees draw on high-quality proteins such as wild salmon, Japanese black-hog pork belly, and steaks from 100% pure Akaushi cattle, whose ancestry can be traced back to Japan's Mount Aso cattle.
What some people are buzzing about:
71% of 112 customers recommend
“Awesome service and even better food. The Morgan and Friday Night rolls are fantastic!”
“very nice good and atmosphere. good place for date for dinner. ”
“Service can be very slow, but the whole staff is VERY warm, welcoming and nice. They track what you eat, drink and enjoy so you can enjoy your next trip as well....”
“Service can be very slow, but the whole staff is VERY warm, welcoming and nice. They track what you eat, drink and enjoy so you can enjoy your next trip as well. Ceviches and crudos are great as are the rolls.”