Japanese Restaurants in Tarrytown

$10 for $20 Worth of Traditional and Austin-Inspired Sushi at Roll On Sushi Diner

Roll On Sushi Diner

Brentwood/Allendale/Burnet Rd

$20 $10

A variety of flavor-studded sushi bites, including traditional and Austin-inspired maki rolls; new booths and tables for larger parties

Sushi and Pan-Asian Fare or Date Night Dinner for Two at Imperia (47% Off)

Imperia

Warehouse District

$30 $16

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Acclaimed sushi chef rolls creative seafood in colorful combinations and assembles Pan-Asian dim sum inside an upscale restaurant

Mongolian Cuisine and Sushi at Kublai Khan (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Kublai Khan

Parmer Center

$20 $12

Restaurant revives ancient traditions with stir-fry creations cooked atop a mongolian grill, along with roti and noodles

Japanese Dinner Cuisine at Origami Japanese Cuisine (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Origami Japanese Cuisine

Market At Round Rock

$25 $13

Sushi chef with more than 25 years of experience showcases more than 40 rolls alongside classic Japanese comfort-food dishes

Sushi and Teppanyaki Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Hon Machi Sushi & Teppanyaki (40% Off)

Honmachi Sushi & Teppanyaki

Stone Oak

$14 $8.50

Specialty sushi rolls and seafood, shrimp, and chicken teppanyaki meals for lunch or dinner

Sushi at Bean Sprout (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Bean Sprout

San Antonio

$20 $11

Modern and traditional sushi selections such as California, dragon, and spicy tuna rolls alongside Chinese entrees

Sushi-Making Class and Dinner for One, Two, or Four at Kai Japanese and Asian Cuisine (Up to 71% Off)

Kai Japanese and Asian Cuisine

Northwest Side

$99 $35

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Students enjoy edamame and green tea while preparing two sushi rolls before eating them; 90-minute classes offered Sundays at 3:30 p.m.

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Today's Groupon rewrites the rules of curbside cuisine with $10 worth of sushi for $5 from Sushi A-Go-Go, a specialized cash-and-Groupon-only sushi trailer serving up made-to-order fresh rolls that are 10 times more delicious and 100 times more reputable than that Craigslist ad offering to bring you sushi in bed.

4001 Medical Pkwy
Austin,
TX
US

When Martha Millan says, "Beauty shouldn't hurt," she's not peddling a slogan—her first job in the beauty industry literally caused her pain. Working at an upscale salon, her exposure to common hair and makeup products triggered hives and headaches. While searching for more natural goods for personal use, her research revealed unsettling truths about many industry product lines that often use irritating perfumes to mask the underlying odors of harsh chemicals. Feeling that everyone should have the opportunity to look beautiful without fear of harming health, she bought a salon and transformed it into Salon O Day Spa.

Amid Salon O Day's industrial decor, Millan and her team of stylists, aestheticians, and a massage therapist use products so natural that some are even edible, though Millan imagines the taste would leave something to be desired: barbecue sauce. Among the array of certified-organic, not-tested-on-animals, gluten- and chemical-free products, Millan's favorites include Osmosis Pur Medical Skincare, developed by an American physician who advocates against overexfoliation. For hair, stylists use products from lines including Surface Hair and Organic Color Systems, and during nail services, technicians use natural products from SpaRitual in tandem with scrubs made in-house from ingredients bought at a local co-op.

3110 Guadalupe, Ste 100
Austin,
TX
US

A locally owned and operated chain restaurant, Zen whips up fresh Japanese grub and Southwest-influenced fusion eats. Drop by to kick back amid the welcoming, ultra-modern vibes and percolate palates with tasty and new menu items, which include the likes of customizable rice or noodle bowls, fresh sushi, tuna nachos, and more. Unlike foot-long hot dogs or a bucket of biscuit gravy, sushi or chicken options, such as Redneck Sushi ($7.95) or Chuck Norris Chicken ($3.50), divides tasty culinary concoctions into tidbits so that the palate can better savor the tastetations. With today’s Groupon to Zen Japanese Food Fast, patrons can tickle the taste buds without tasting pterodactyl feathers or licking batteries.

3423 Guadalupe St
Austin,
TX
US

At Oishi Japanese Fusion, sushi chefs decorate plates with geometrically sliced fruit and intricate curlicues of sauce. All this complements the central attraction—sushi rolls with evocative names such as Cherry Blossom, White Fire, and Crunch Crunch. Complex flavor profiles leap forth from such inventive ingredients as sweet potato, tempura-battered asparagus, and prawns. At bustling tables, udon noodles tangle around chopsticks, and lunchtime bento boxes crowd together servings of spicy chicken and teriyaki beef. After finishing off the last piece of sashimi or ending summaries of seven-hour dreams, guests wander out to visit the other shops in Dobie Mall.

Dobie Mall - 1st Fl, 2025 Guadalupe St, Ste 152
Austin,
TX
US

Tucked into an unobtrusive strip mall near the University of Texas campus, the character-filled Coco's Café immediately sets itself apart with a colorful, sunny sign and bright purple and yellow interior. In front of the glass-block counter and hanging lights, Coco's Cafe's pictographic menu displays the wide variety of Taiwanese drinks and snacks on offer. The cafe's main claim to fame is their bubble tea, an Asian specialty beverage that involves chewy balls of tapioca served directly inside the drink. There are smoothies, fresh juices and coffees available as well, as well as hearty bowls of curry fried chicken with rice and steamed vegetable dumplings. The campus-adjacent location makes it an easy choice for students eager to grab a quick Taiwanese drink with friends.

1910 Guadalupe St
Austin,
TX
US

In 2008, brothers Yuen and Peter Yung opened the first How Do You Roll? restaurant, devoting it to inventive, customizable sushi. Since then, the eatery has expanded to multiple locations across four states—and in February of 2013, after they pitched their concept to the notorious panel on ABC's "Shark Tank," an investor decided to sink his teeth into helping the business grow even further. The shark-worthy idea? Chefs invite customers to build their own sushi rolls or bowls, beginning with white or brown rice, which can then be topped or rolled with ingredients such as raw spicy salmon, grilled chicken, avocado, and strawberries. Sauces such as wasabi mayo and toppings such as chili powder finish off each roll.

Other favorites at How Do You Roll? come in the form of preset combinations such as the Mango Tango, whose krab stick, salmon, vegetables, and mango salsa are assembled by a chef holding a rose in his teeth. The menu also caters to healthy-minded diners with low-carb bowls, gluten-free options, and 13 rolls that contain fewer than 300 calories apiece.

454 W 2nd St
Austin,
TX
US