Sushi in Frankford

Sushi and Hibachi for Takeout or Dine-In at Woksabi (Up to 40% Off)

Woksabi

Collingswood

$15 $10

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Chefs cook lobster, steak & chicken over hibachi grill, douse veggies in teriyaki sauce & craft dozens of creative sushi rolls

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $30 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Two or More at Osaka (40% Off)

Osaka Japanese Sushi and Hibachi Steakhouse

Collingswood

$30 $18

Creative maki rolls, grilled teriyaki dishes, and hibachi dinners cooked right in front of your eyes

Sushi and Japanese Food for Two or More at Bleu Sushi (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Bleu Sushi

Washington Square West - Center City - Philadelphia

$20 $12

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Distinctive dishes such as broiled unagi over shiitake mushroom rice in a hot stone bowl complement traditional Japanese rolls and maki

$17 for $30 Worth of Japanese Fare at Makiman Sushi.

Makiman Sushi

Center City

$30 $17

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Elaborate & simple sushi rolls share menu space with eel and shrimp teriyaki dishes & Korean bi bim bop bowls of meat & seasoned veggies

Pan-Asian Dinner Cuisine for Two or Four at SangKee Noodle House (Up to 44% Off)

SangKee Noodle House

University City

$25 $14

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Popular noodle-based dishes from Japan, China, Thailand, and Vietnam, such as udon soup with roasted pork, shrimp lo mein, and pad thai

Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine for Two or Four at Ocean Asian Cuisine (Half Off)

Ocean Asian Cuisine

Washington

$20 $10

Neon lights and bamboo plants frame fresh nigiri and maki, savory hibachi steak and teriyaki chicken, and spicy thai curry

$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Other Japanese and Chinese Cuisine at Lemon Street Restaurant

Lemon Street Restaurant

Malvern

$30 $15

Squid, mackerel, salmon, and tuna sushi, Japanese udon and bento boxes, and Chinese peking duck and egg rolls

$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food at Akio Sushi

Akio Sushi

Malvern

$30 $15

Sushi rolls including the Aki Alaskan salmon roll, Devil roll with whitefish and jalapenos, and Angel roll with tuna and pineapple

Sushi and Contemporary Asian Fusion Food at Pure Restaurant & Lounge (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Pure Restaurant & Lounge

Princeton

$70 $35

Locally sourced pan-Asian cusine; Green River roll with spicy salmon, tuna, whitefish, and avocado; sashimi; and coconut curry shrimp

Sushi and Asian Fusion Cuisine at Jasmine Restaurant (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Jasmine Restaurant

Brandywine

$30 $15

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Chefs whip up sushi and specialties inspired by cuisines from across Asia in a freshly renovated lounge space

$18 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Two or More for Dinner at Kyoto

Kyoto

Multiple Locations

$30 $18

Chefs prepare sushi rolls named after cities and towns, grilled meats crisped or atop noodles, Thai curries, and Chinese rice dishes

$14 for $25 Worth of Sushi for Two at Sushi King

Sushi King

Kingston

$25 $14

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Chefs craft specialty rolls such as the American Dream, with tuna, salmon, eel, avocado, and caviar

$17 for $30 Worth of Hibachi, Sushi, and Japanese-Style Cuisine at Robata of Tokyo 

Robata of Tokyo

Downtown Allentown

$30 $17

Watch as hibachi grills fire up grilled meats and veggies; choose from traditional Japanese food including sushi, bento boxes, and tempura

$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Two at Arisu Japanese Cuisine

Arisu Japanese Cuisine

Marlboro

$30 $15

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Spices, flavors, and textures all come together inside a restaurant that surrounds visitors with amber tones and pebble stone accents

$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Chefs sizzle fried rice, steak, and seafood at table-side hibachi grills or wrap up 24 house-special sushi rolls

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Sannie Chinese & Japanese Cuisine is all about options?its sprawling menu boasts more than 230 Asian specialties. More than 120 of those options are Chinese, ranging from traditional hot-and-sour soup to the chef's Snow White Princess entree filled with chicken, scallops, and shrimp. The Japanese portion of the menu includes more than 100 items, including unagi don (broiled eel) and sushi rolls stuffed with cream cheese, avocado, and crab. For those watching their weight, the chefs cook up health-conscious entrees that pair seasoned proteins, such as jumbo shrimp, with brown rice and a special diet sauce.

2117 Cottman Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US

A casual sit-down or take-out Japanese spot, Koi satisfies the sushi cravings of Northern Liberties dwellers. The cheerful interior mixes orange walls, white tables, and red chairs, punctuated with a “koi crossing” sign. Salads venture beyond greens with ginger dressing and often incorporate an assortment of pickled vegetables. Sushi comes a la carte or in various sizes of samplers, and while you’ll find spicy tuna and California rolls, it’s Koi’s special creations that stand out. The Volcano roll combines eel, salmon, avocado and tobiko with broiled scallops, and is topped in a rich, spicy sauce. Every month features a special roll – some months are thematic, like February’s heart-shaped version. A selection of hot entrées like beef bulgogi and noodles complete the menu.

604 N 2nd St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Zento Contemporary Japanese Cuisine's signature square sushi or peking-duck hand roll pairs well with selections from the sake bar, and the chefs' whimsically flavorful preparations have earned nominations for Best Sushi from CityVoter. The restaurant has also garnered a Zagat rating of 26/30 for its breadth of flavors, which diners can explore as they rest in a space rife with colorful history: the warm walnut accents and handmade leather banquettes are reminiscent of its time as a turn-of-the-century wholesale teahouse, and towering brick walls and love notes written on kites remain from the building?s origin as the house of Benjamin Franklin?s mistress. As eyes ascend toward the ceiling 40 feet overhead, they alight upon a custom-designed, three-tiered chandelier and a two-story feature wall boasting panels whose tooled leather recalls vintage wallpaper designs.

132 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Roe Thai and Japanese Contemporary Cuisine blends the culinary traditions of its namesake cultures, serving creative sushi rolls alongside classic Thai noodles and sauces. The eatery's signature rolls include the Golden Pop roll, loaded with king crabmeat, seared salmon, and creamy masago aioli, and the Kiss of Fire, with marinated shrimp, jalapeños, and caviar. Thai favorites include pad thai, pad see ew, and coconut-milk curries.

138 Chestnut St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

With roots firmly planted in the tradition of the izakaya—Japanese pubs designed for unwinding and socializing with friends over a modest sake and street-food selection—Yakitori Boy focuses its culinary philosophy on interaction above all else. In this spirit, the menu brims with modestly priced tapas-style dishes meant for sharing—sushi comes in miniature four-piece rolls, tempura plates bear only a half-dozen or so of the crispy morsels, and diners order the eatery's signature creation, yakitori, by the single skewer. Of course, guests can still splurge on a full entrée, as head sushi chef Tasaka Yasuhiko calls on his 40 years of experience to craft full 12-piece helpings of specialty caviar- and tempura-topped maki, while chefs in the bustling kitchen whip up traditional don, or creative meat preparations served over a bowl of rice. A floor above the dining room's geometric lines and romantic lighting, a karaoke lounge urges diners to keep the celebration rolling with a public stage and eight private rooms ideal for parties of up to 20 or solo performances of "Where Everybody Knows Your Name" on repeat.

211 N 11th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Philadelphia calls Madame Saito the Queen of Sushi, and it's easy to see why. Armed with formal culinary training from Le Cordon Bleu and the Ritz Escoffier in Paris and experience from apprenticeships under premier Tokyo sushi chefs, she has committed the last 26 years to spreading her love for Japanese culture and contemporary fusion cuisine. Although she leaves time in her schedule to manage Tokio Sushi Bar—her sushi restaurant with French culinary influences—, The HeadHouse Cafe, and to conduct an annual sushi-making competition, Madame Saito counts education as one of her highest priorities. She regularly commits her quadrilingual tongue to demystifying the art of sushi during classes for aspiring chefs and casual students alike, teaching them how to hand roll maki and slice fish into perfectly uniform dodecahedrons.

124 Lombard St
Philadelphia,
PA
US