Those who travel abroad learn countless secrets, including the fact that the British call french fries "chips" and call chips "potato nasties." Taste the fruits of other cultures with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Japanese Cuisine and Teppanyaki
Sushi specialty rolls include the las vegas roll, which features freshwater crab, eel, avocado, and eel sauce ($8.95) or the Volcano roll filled with four types of fish, crab, and spicy cream cheese ($7.95). Diners can opt for nigiri such as white tuna ($4.25) or sashimi such as octopus ($8.95). Chefs also create tempura entrees ($12.95) and teriyaki salmon ($16.95). See the full menu.
Ninja Japanese Restaurant
With a nod to its namesake warriors, Ninja Japanese Restaurant assassinates insatiable appetites and sour moods alike for a fun and lively dining escape. At the outset, distinctively authentic decor transports guests to a trans-Pacific land without requiring them to buy a plane ticket or get really good at kayaking. Slim wooden logs form a roof over intricate wooden gates branded with Japanese characters, opening to reveal seating options that steer the evening's experience. Perched on chairs tucked under a U-shaped bar, diners watch chefs artfully roll fresh sushi from an edible palette of pink salmon, yellowtail tuna, or chunky avocado. The hibachi room, on the other hand, cranks up the heat. There, hungry diners sit up close to an iron teppanyaki griddle where a chef chops and sizzles fresh seafood and veggies, at once creating a meal and a spectacle to sate hungry stomachs and hungry eyes.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Service was very good, but call ahead just in case.”
“Good food and ok prices.”
“be prepared to wait for your food...all the sushi is made to order and is very fresh, but it is not the quickest service”