$10 for $20 Worth of Food and Drinks at Ronin Asian Bistro and Sushi Bar

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Browse selection of more than 40 original maki rolls, Asian classics such as general-tso's chicken, and a variety of wines, beers, and sake

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Expires Apr 3rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for use toward happy hour drink or food specials. Not valid for use in combination with other offers or promotions. Not valid on 1/1/13 or 2/14/13. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Asian Cuisine, Sushi, and Drinks

Ronin Asian Bistro and Sushi Bar's menu includes coconut-battered fried shrimp ($6.95) and yellowtail carpaccio with jalapeños ($8.95). Entrees range from spicy general-tso's chicken ($10.50) to cool Avo-Ebi rolls, lined with tempura shrimp and cucumber, and topped with crab, avocado, ebi, eel sauce, and sesame seeds ($10.95). Sip on cold or hot sake ($4.50–$7), glasses of sweet riesling ($6.50), or imported bottles of Sapporo beer ($4).

Ronin Asian Bistro and Sushi Bar

An article on ThisWeek details the journey Benson Yu took from spending a dozen years working in sushi restaurants to striking out on his own. For Ronin Asian Bistro and Sushi Bar, Yu personally engineered more than 40 specialty maki rolls, including the Lollipop roll: yellowtail, salmon, crab, and avocado, wrapped in thin cucumber. As the owner and head chef, he curates the massive menu of both sushi and Asian-fusion cuisine, featuring classics such as general-tso's chicken, and original compositions, such as tropical fried rice tossed with spicy curry. The article on ThisWeek details how Ronin—which means "maverick samurai" in Japanese—features a dining room spanning 1,800 square feet, where diners sip on hot and cold sake and imported beer while practicing chop-stick skills or using forks like they’re chopsticks.

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