Teppanyaki Dinner for Two or $15 for $30 Worth of Japanese-Steak-House Fare at O Sushi & Grill in Tukwila (Up to 52% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Chefs prep teppanyaki-style meals on iron grills as diners nosh on hot and cold Japanese delicacies served during dinner performances.

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 5th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation recommended. Dine-in only. Upgrades available for additional fee. Valid only for Dinner (4:30pm-Close). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

For $20, you get a teppanyaki dinner for two (up to $41.90 value)

  • Diners can choose from the following entrees off the teppanyaki menu: salmon, chicken, new york steak, red snapper, suki yaki steak, or vegetarian platter.

For $15, you get $30 worth of anything on the teppanyaki or sushi menus.

  • Sushi rolls include the crazy dragon, wherein avocado, eel, unagi sauce, and tempura shrimp mix it up ($10.95). Teppanyaki entrees ($15.95–$23.95) include hibachi grilled salmon, tender sea scallops, and new york steak.

O Sushi & Grill

There are many ways to dine at O Sushi & Grill. O Sushi & Grill delivers hot and cold Japanese delights, rolling fresh sushi by hand or sizzling teppanyaki-style meals by way of the griddle. Diners take in a table-side show as experienced chefs prepare teppanyaki, a Japanese style of cuisine prepared atop an iron griddle, in front of their eyes. Hibachi-grilled red snapper, sesame-seed-infused chicken, and tender new york steak emerge from the flames to adorn audiences' plates. Entrees such as the suki yaki steak, which marries thinly sliced beef with homemade sauces, make nearby diners shed tears of joy into their sake bombs. Palates preferring plant-based cuisines can avail themselves of the assorted vegetarian platter, sprouting grilled and seasoned zucchini, broccoli, and carrots.

Guests can grab a seat and a sushi appetizer aside the iron grill for the in-house chefs' eye-catching pyrotechnics display. Alternatively, those in the mood for some flame-free fish-rolling can head straight to the sushi bar, where dinnertime piano performances, brightly colored plates, and scenes of leaping dolphins all aid in crafting a memorable dining experience.