• For $10, you get $20 worth of Asian cuisine during lunch from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. • For $20, you get $40 worth of Asian cuisine during dinner from 3 p.m. until 11 p.m. Diners who redeem their Groupon Thursday, Friday, or Saturday after 8:30 p.m. receive complimentary edamame and sake.
Inspired by Thailand's tri-wheeled mode of transportation, Tuk Tuk Thai Bistro escorts palates on a flavorful trot through the streets of Thailand with a delicious assortment of traditional and contemporary Thai dishes. Post-breakfast, pre-dinner patrons can select from Tuk Tuk's lunch menu of true-to-roots treats, including the drunken noodles, a boisterous combination of shrimp, bell pepper, onion, basil, and fresh rice noodles ($8.85) that is sure to delight the senses while embarrassing reserved relatives at food family reunions. The Tuk Tuk dinner menu contains many traditional tributes to Thai cooking and offers contemporary recipes such as the purple eggplant, a sultry serving of lightly battered eggplant escorted by assorted mussels, shrimp, scallops, calamari, and bell peppers, all doused in Tuk Tuk's basil-flourished house sauce ($14). No matter the time of day, flavor-craving customers can chow down on a fresh selection of sushi, featuring the Godzilla roll ($10), a monstrous amalgamation of salmon, tuna, red spanner, yellowtail, and green onion struggling to break free from a miso dressing drizzle and the weight of societal expectations.
Whipping up a variety of Asian-blend fare, Ghin dishes showcase a subtle and nuanced union of flavors, textures, and colors. Drop by the welcoming confines, grab a bottle of Hakushika Junmai Ginjo sake ($9) or a glass of Saint M riesling ($7), and soak up the modern décor, which features striking illuminated spheres and sleek booths, with your eye sponges. The versatile menu features lunch, dinner, and sushi options such as the teppanyaki salmon entree ($17), Ghin ramen noodles ($9), and Godzilla roll with salmon, tuna, yellowtail, whitefish, and green onion ($10).
Sushi is a complex world of flavors, textures, and colors that may seem intimidating at first. Wasabi Sushi Bar’s spread of more than 90 rolls includes simple california and bluefin rolls for the sushi newbie as well as adventurous items for those delving deeper into the realm of maki.
Yellowfin tuna and cucumber slices fill the more simplistic rolls, and shrimp tempura and avocado cut the delicate brine flavor of barbecued eel in other offerings. The sushi chefs also liberally sprinkle a housemade tempura crunch topping at the sushi bar, and new york strip steaks crackle beneath spicy teriyaki sauces at the grill.
Every sushi fan has a fantasy roll—a picture-perfect masterpiece that's comprised of a flawless melange of traditional and inventive ingredients. The chefs at Sushi Yume are no exception. For their fantasy roll, they delicately wrap shrimp tempura, avocado, and tobiko in crisp sesame soy paper before drizzling it with sweet-and-salty eel sauce. The fantasy roll is just one of the menu's 30-plus specialties, whose fixings range from the Rocky Mountain roll's cream cheese tempura to the Hawaiian roll's dusting of wasabi pea powder.
While sushi chefs handcraft their orders, Sushi Yume's other cooks whip up Japanese staples such as scallop teriyaki and grilled eggplant doused in miso sauce. The culinary teams combine their efforts for lunch and dinnertime bento boxes, which pair mains and sushi selections with a California roll. Handcrafted cocktails complement feasts, as does a selection of Japanese beers, sodas, and hot or cold sakes.
At Ooka Sushi, the chefs satisfy practically any Asian-cuisine craving, not just those for artfully prepared and presented sushi and sashimi. They also slow cook broccoli and bell peppers in a thick Thai peanut curry, marinate duck meat in Chinese fire spices and fry it to a golden crisp, and deep fry shrimp in tempura batter.