If humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature's logic with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $25 worth of sushi, Asian food, and drinks for dinner, valid daily from 6 p.m. to close
- $7 for $15 worth of sushi, Asian food, and drinks for lunch, Thursday-Saturday (Thur–Fri from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m, Saturdays from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m).
Dinner and lunch menus feature dishes such as the winter roll with tuna, salmon, and unagi-mango sauce ($16.99 for dinner; $14 for lunch); thai-basil-tossed noodles with beef ($14.95 for dinner; $13 for lunch); and red curry with chicken ($13.95 for dinner; $13 for lunch). Dinner entrees include a sushi combo platter ($19.99), and lunch specials include the sashimi “7” with seven pieces of fish and a cup of miso soup ($14).
Clad in his kitchen whites and armed with razor-sharp cutlery, the chef slices a slab of bright-red tuna into thick, even pieces with a nonchalant flick of his wrist. Curious customers have stopped at the sushi bar to marvel at his precision, but he does not look up from his task until each slice has been nestled atop a bed of perfectly formed rice. He begins the cycle of chopping and arranging again, continuing until all diners' appetites have been sated. So passes a typical day at Tiger Sushi 2, where chefs and servers stock tables with platefuls of fresh, innovative Japanese and Asian fusion food. Away from the dining room, chefs manning the kitchen oversee the assembly of dishes inspired by recipes from around the globe, from thai noodle dishes and asian fish tacos to japanese gyoza dumplings. The culinary team crafts each meal from ingredients such as cooked surf clam, super white tuna, and new york strip steak, enlivening dishes with fresh additions such as lime-juice glaze, mint leaves, and minced ginger. An outdoor patio grants guests a chance to engage in alfresco dining, and its dog-friendly policy gives hounds and humans trapped in their pets’ bodies the opportunity to go out on the town.
only place we go for sushi in the Twin Cities! Get the crunchy roll and miso soup. Staff is always friendly and helpful if sushi isn't you're expertisScott Wilkie, Urbanspoon, 12/13/11
appetizer portions are generous (especially the tempura-wow). I had a really friendly server who knew the menu really well. By far my favorite sushiHanna Henscheid, Google+ Local
2841 Lyndale Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408