$8 for $16 Worth of Japanese-Style Tapas at Sama Zama

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Japanese-style tapas plates feature family recipes with meat, seafood, or veggie centerpieces

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Expires Nov 15th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with any other offers, including Easy Sunday, Noodle Wednesday, daily specials, and happy hour specials. Not valid for retail items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$8 for $16 Worth of Japanese-Style Tapas

Okonomi yaki, a Japanese-style grilled pizza, starts at $12 for chicken or pork, but most dishes are made for sharing, such as the garlic-infused sautéed asparagus ($6) and signature spareribs ($9). See the full menu.

Sama Zama

To the Japanese, the words “sama zama” mean “variety.” But to a food critic from the Pitch, the unfamiliar phrase has become synonymous with “serious snacks.” That’s how she described the fare at Sama Zama, an eatery run by One Bite Japanese Grill's owner, Erika Koike. Perhaps the most intriguing of Erika's family recipes and culinary experiments is the okonomi yaki, a savory pancake often dubbed Japanese-style pizza. It consists of grilled dough crowned with the meat or veggies of your choice, a fried egg, sweet sauces, and crunchy noodles.

Exposed brick juts out from an orange accent wall in Sama Zama's Tokyo-inspired interior, which is splashed with circles and triangles that appear to move of their own volition under the light cast by bare bulbs and the baby suns tethered to the ceiling.

Sama Zama

To the Japanese, the words “sama zama” mean “variety.” But to a food critic from the Pitch, the unfamiliar phrase has become synonymous with “serious snacks.” That’s how she described the fare at Sama Zama, an eatery run by One Bite Japanese Grill's owner, Erika Koike. Perhaps the most intriguing of Erika's family recipes and culinary experiments is the okonomi yaki, a savory pancake often dubbed Japanese-style pizza. It consists of grilled dough crowned with the meat or veggies of your choice, a fried egg, sweet sauces, and crunchy noodles.

Exposed brick juts out from an orange accent wall in Sama Zama's Tokyo-inspired interior, which is splashed with circles and triangles that appear to move of their own volition under the light cast by bare bulbs and the baby suns tethered to the ceiling.

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