Hibachi Sushi's menu teams up traditional Thai dishes, hibachi fare, and sushi hand-rolled to order in a comfortable, casual setting. Guests can kick-start meals with a vegetable spring roll ($1–$1.09) or an order of eight cheese crab wontons ($3.99–$4.99) before continuing culinary journeys with a large hibachi steak and shrimp plate, served with fried rice and sautéed veggies ($8.49–$9.99). A large order of classic chicken pad thai takes taste buds to Thailand ($8.99), and octopus nigiri ($1.99) or dragon rolls stuffed with eel, crab, and cucumber ($8.29) paired with Japanese green ocha tea launch diners on bite-sized ocean odysseys. Today's Groupon is not good for alcohol, and vice versa, as evidenced by the time it woke up in a strange bathtub folded into inappropriate shapes.
Coral Sushi expertly prepares fresh fish, sushi, homemade noodles, and traditional house specialties for lunch and dinner rushes. Sip on strawberry white tea ($4) and recharge on fresh salmon-cucumber rolls ($8.50), served with a soup or salad, before returning to your job as a professional people watcher. The tempura-sushi combo ($14.95) comes with your choice of a four-piece nigiri or a California roll. Other popular rolls include the cream-cheese-infused Philly roll ($5.50), the spider roll ($6.95), and the mythically delicious dragon roll ($7.95).
Mt Fuji is the original Asian Bistro and sushi restaurant in the triangle. Located in a revamped Bightleaf Square. Mt fuji is a unique blend of old class and new chic from t private Tatami room; Patio seating; DJ's spinning trendy;classic wine and drink listings; wide screen TVs; trendy liquor bar offer unlimited cocktails
Simple, understated decor and dim lighting make Kenko Korean Cuisine and Sushi a serene place to dine. After settling into a high-backed chair or wood-cut booth, diners can take a gander at the extensive menu, which features classic Japanese dishes such as udon noodles and chicken katsu alongside Korean specialties. Behind the sushi bar, chefs whip up rolled specialties packed with fresh fish and colorful veggies.
Though its dining room isn’t surrounded by the Pacific, Shogun Japanese Restaurant nonetheless evokes the atmosphere of Japan with a mural of Mount Fuji and the rich aroma of authentic Japanese cuisine. The scent belongs to classic dishes such as vegetable udon, edamame, and hibachi- and teriyaki-style meats, as well as a special combination of pineapple juice, soy, and ginger sauce that marinates cuts of chargrilled chicken, steak, and shrimp.
Behind Shogun’s marble sushi bar, chefs artfully arrange plates of classic cucumber and philadelphia rolls. They create their own specialties, too, such as the spicy tuna-stuffed volcano roll, which comes with a side of lava.