Sushi in Norwalk

Asian Fusion Cuisine at Tengda Asian Bistro (39% Off). Two Locations Available.

Tengda Asian Bistro

Multiple Locations

Award-winning Asian bistro chain fills its menu with sushi, noodle dishes, and grilled entrees in a high-energy atmosphere

$40 $25

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Pan-Asian Cuisine at Asiana Cafe (Up to 39% Off). Two Options Available.

Asiana Cafe


Dim sum, Thai and Chinese-American entrees, sushi, and sashimi at a New York Times–praised restaurant

$40 $25

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Japanese Food at Ichiro Modern Japanese Cuisine (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Ichiro Modern Japanese Cuisine

White Plains

Sushi, sashimi, salmon teriyaki, hibachi-fried rice, shrimp tempura, and Tokyo ramen soup

$40 $20

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$15.99 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Hana Japanese Restaurant

Hana Japanese Restaurant

Port Jefferson

Maki rolls, teriyaki, and other traditional dishes served in the glow of lantern-like hanging lamps

$30 $15.99

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$25 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $25 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Two or More at Ichi Riki ($50 Total Value)

Ichi Riki


Spicy tuna rolls, eel-avocado rolls, and bento boxes with tempura and a variety of sides on a savory menu of familiar Japanese cuisine

$25 $12.50

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Ramen at Roc-N-Ramen (Up to 33% Off). Two Options Available.


New Rochelle

Hot bowls of ramen noodles or rice topped with braised pork belly, soft-boiled egg, bean sprouts, and other fresh ingredients

$30 $20

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16-Course Sushi Dinner with Sake Pairings for Two at Miya's Sushi (Up to 55% Off)

Miya's Sushi

Chapel West District of New Haven

16-course dinner with sake pairings at innovative restaurant lauded for sustainable sushi

$174 $79

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Japanese Cuisine and Beer or Hot Sake at Kisoro Sushi (Up to 59% Off). Two Options Available.

Kisoro Sushi

Carle Place

Menu includes yellowtail jalapeño, cucumber rolls, snow crab pizza, mongolian beef, hibachi shrimp, chicken lo mein, and curry salmon rolls

$35 $17

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A short spring roll's toss from the Saugatuck River, this family-run eatery taps into influences from China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Indonesia to assemble its sizeable menu. Reflective of the Taiwanese chef's training, which spans more than 20 years, the cuisine focuses heavily on Japanese dishes such as fresh-cut sashimi and nearly 100 sushi rolls ranging from lo-carb options to baked and cooked morsels. Korean-style bibim bab and thai-basil fried rice steam beside house specialties that spotlight seafood and mixed vegetables bobbing in umami-packed seas of sesame, basil, or black-bean sake sauce. Guests that don't solicit takeout or delivery services can get cozy in the bistro's dining area, which—like the tip of a flagpole—offers limited seating.

19 Bridge Sq

Hanging lanterns cast a crimson glow as paintings of poppies add a dash of color to the walls of Reiki Sushi & Asian Bistro. Within these characteristic confines, deft chefs prepare fresh fish in the guise of more than 59 varieties of sushi rolls with flavorful vegetables and a selection of sashimi served fresh daily including, live scallop, blue fin toro, and sea urchin. For patrons who prefer cooked fare or are feeling emotional about a former pet eel, Reiki Sushi & Asian Bistro also serves hot meals from throughout the region, including chicken teriyaki, vegetable tempura, and pad thai, along with fusion finds such as blackened tuna tacos.

239 Danbury Road

At Red Bean Asian Bistro, guests don't have to pick a favorite cuisine, thanks to the Pan-Asian eatery's menu of Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Indonesian, and Thai specialties. Along with fresh sushi and sashimi, the enormous menu features wok specialties, noodles, and fried-rice dishes.

The New York Times deemed Red Bean "notable" thanks to the low prices and fresh, tasty entrees, and called its sashimi presentations "eye-appealing." The reviewer did warn guests who enjoy milder food to be careful of all the spicy options, though, as here, "Even pad Thai, a standard on Asian fusion menus, had surprising heat." Spicy food lovers, rejoice.

1711 Post Rd E

Owners Deyong Liu and Hiro Nagata have installed eight individual hibachi grills throughout Tombo's interior, staffing each station with a skilled chef to give diners an up-close and entertaining view of meal preparation. Chicken, steak, seafood, and tofu sizzle atop each hibachi station and are paired with sautéed noodles, steamed white rice, and mixed vegetables for a complete and satisfying meal. Diners sip on sake, wine, beer, or Tiki Room cocktails as they chat with companions or belt out evening karaoke and can order a keepsake photo to commemorate the meal or confirm an alibi.

1275 Post Rd

Red lanterns cast a warm glow over burnished wood floors inside Village Gourmet China Bistro & Sushi, and hand-painted murals of blooming flowers and scenic mountains adorn the walls. In the kitchen, chefs pan-sear duck pot stickers, sizzle sesame chicken in woks, and steam filets of chilean sea bass. Diners can also take a seat at a cherry-red sushi bar to watch chefs craft specialty sushi rolls like the heart-shaped, tuna-wrapped Valentine roll with avocado and crisp apple.

601 Newfield Ave

The New York Times praised Tengda's Milford location—one of eight in a small regional chain—as "perfect for young-at-heart couples and groups," with a high-energy atmosphere bubbling around cuisine it called "very good." The chefs draw gustatory inspiration from China, Japan, and Thailand as they create their expansive menus of Pan-Asian fare, which include fiery stir-fries, grilled meats, and sushi and provide reading material for shy diners throughout a full meal. Moody red and yellow lights dapple sleek black tables and booths, and might occasionally catch knife-flipping and drink-slinging theatrics behind the sushi and cocktail bars.

21 Field Point Road