In America, Japan is thought of as the birthplace of sushi and the country that kind of looks like a shrimp. Learn more about the world with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of sushi and Japanese food for dinner for two or more
- $30 for $60 worth of sushi and Japanese food for dinner for four or more
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Sachi Japanese Steak House
The chefs at Sachi Japanese Steak House don't confine themselves to the kitchen. In fact, they take their skills—and a few tricks—directly to guests' tables, putting on shows as they prepare teppan-style Japanese dishes on a stoked grill. Not all of their food comes from here, though. The menu also includes traditional Japanese dishes that they prepare in the kitchen, such as oven-roasted duck with sugar snap peas and a jumbo roasted prawn slathered in mango and sweet salsa. Furthest from the grill is the sushi menu, which features dinner platters, sushi and sashimi à la carte, and a long list of specialty rolls.
What some people are buzzing about:
“We had a great time. Food came out at a good pace. Sushi was excellent. Hibachi food was very tasty. We thoroughly enjoyed the ambiance. Our only negative is...”
“We had a great time. Food came out at a good pace. Sushi was excellent. Hibachi food was very tasty. We thoroughly enjoyed the ambiance. Our only negative is that we waited a long time for our ice cream, and had to flag down a waitress to get it. When it arrived we thought it was going to just be a dish of ice cream, but was instead fried. I sent mine back, as I am allergic to chocolate. The waiter was gracious enough to bring me plain green tea ice cream. We also thought it was odd to have to pay $2 extra for fried rice. Overall, we had a nice time and plan on returning.”
“The sashimi plate for $20 was "skimpy" said my guest; however my husband's duck dinner plate was more than ample. My "2013" maki was delicious and plentiful. ONE...”
“The sashimi plate for $20 was "skimpy" said my guest; however my husband's duck dinner plate was more than ample. My "2013" maki was delicious and plentiful. ONE COMPLAINT...THEY CHARGE FOR TEA!!!!! $1.50/PERSON... Considering that our bill came to over $72 plus tip and our groupon/4 had to be adjusted to 3 persons $45(our 4th was ill and it was the last day for the groupon), If we were paying full freight I would have been even more ticked...I would have rather given it to the very polite, helpful waiter named Jay.”
“Richard at the bar was terrific.”
200 Union Street Blog
Westborough, Massachusetts 01581