$15 for $30 Worth of Asian Fusion Cuisine at Sochu House

Central Phoenix

89% of 344 customers

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In a Nutshell

Asian-inspired tapas, East-West fusion, and swanky martinis served in a club-like dining room cast in electric blue light

The Fine Print

Expires May 1st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Cannot be combined with happy hour, lunch specials or any other promotions. Valid only Sunday-Thursday. Not valid on holidays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for $30 Worth of Asian Fusion Cuisine

The menu features Asian-inspired tapas and main plates such as sugar-cane pork in ginger-lemongrass panko ($7); crispy fish salad with green papaya, mint, and spicy nuoc cham ($11); or family-style dinners of seven-spiced chicken, flash-fried with fresh wasabi ($13).

Sochu House

Named for a subtle, yet intoxicating Japanese liquor, Sochu House puts guests under the spell of pan-Asian fusion fare served in a stylish atmosphere. Guests share small plates of tofu and gyoza tapas and sip potent martinis as DJs lay down a catchy soundtrack amid soft electric blue light, Buddha statues, and bone-white walls. Like a broken compass, main courses confidently combine east and west, with exotically spiced creations such as steamed edamame in truffle butter, charcoal-grilled chicken in basil sauce, or rice noodle stir fries with Napa mushrooms and garlic.


Reviews

Everything was on point and delivered to perfection. The bacon wrapped lychee was the surprise hit for me.

Brian T., Yelp, 7/19/12

Unique Flavors, Unique atmosphere and what an interesting concept of tapas style dinning.

Kevin U., Yelp, 9/18/12

Tips

89% of 344 customers

  • “Great food! Just keep in mind that they have a dj in there playing music on the weekends so unless you like louder music at dinner, don't go too late. :)”

  • “The red curry is great if you like heat! ”

  • “Chic, trendy, elegant atmosphere/interior. Great happy hour drinks and tapas options. The food was tasty for the most part, and presentation of it was very nice.”

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    Central Phoenix

    2801 N Central Ave

    Phoenix, Arizona 85004

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