Eating with chopsticks requires a certain level of dexterity, like beating a difficult video game or spitefully disassembling a too-difficult video game. Conquer your hunger with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Dinner
The menu includes specialty maki such as the Triad, which pairs spicy tuna with unagi and avocado ($10), and the Volcano roll, which erupts with shrimp tempura and spicy mayo ($12). Chefs select 10 pieces of sashimi to set among chewy rice and shiitake mushrooms on a chirashi plate ($28). Options for hot meals include Asian-spiced lamb chops ($28).
Triad Sushi Lounge
Slick, modern countertops, warm hues, bamboo accents, and contemporary light pendants in Triad Sushi Lounge’s dining room set the stage for a feast of Japanese delights, both exquisitely seasoned and aesthetically presented. Guests can order up a spread of traditional or fusion-style Japanese cuisine, including fresh tuna tartar and lamb chops cooked over a grill and bathed in a French-inspired red-wine-reduction sauce. Chefs tuck fresh king crab, squid, and cucumbers into colorful pieces of nigiri, sashimi, and full sushi rolls, and servers pour out sake bombs or uncork BYOB bottles. For a more private dining experience, Triad’s modern space boasts a VIP room bedecked with a 37-inch plasma-screen TV that comes outfitted with a DVD player and stellar sound system for blasting tunes or hearing the dialogue from Big Foot’s home videos.
85% of 1,034 customers recommend
“Staff was great ”
“Restaurant has good atmosphere and service. Menu is broad. We went for sushi and it is okay, but not the best (try Sai Café in Lincoln Park for the best in the...”
“Restaurant has good atmosphere and service. Menu is broad. We went for sushi and it is okay, but not the best (try Sai Café in Lincoln Park for the best in the Western Hemisphere). This may be a place for oyster (that's in their new name. However, when we were there everyone was eating lobster--apparently, there was some discount offered online that brought people in.”