Japanese Restaurants in Westerly

Japanese Food and Drinks for Two or Four or More at Koi Japanese - Johnston (50% Off)

Koi Japanese


Specialty rolls, a la carte sashimi, and teriyaki hot plates

$30 $15

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$20 for $40 Worth of Chinese Cuisine at China Inn Restaurant

China Inn Restaurant Pawtucket


A skylight illuminates Cantonese, Sichuan, Hunan, and Mandarin dishes that center around catfish, mixed veggies, and duck

$40 $20

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Hibachi, Sushi, or Asian Cuisine for Two at OKI Asian Bistro (Up to 43% Off). Three Options Available.

OKI Asian Bistro


Menu of Asian cuisine presents choices of sushi, hibachi entrees, rice and noodles, and Thai

$60 $35

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$23 for $40 Worth of Japanese and Korean Cuisine at Ichiban Japanese & Korean Restaurant

Ichiban Japanese & Korean Restaurant


Japanese and Korean specialties such as beef bulgogi, fresh sushi, and seafood simmered in tableside hot pots

$40 $23

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Asian Cuisine at Moca Sushi (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Moca Sushi

North Haven

Menu includes snow crab salad, philadelphia rolls, tofu teriyaki, pad thai, hibachi steak, chicken curry, and seafood pineapple fried rice

$30 $16

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Japanese Dinner for Two, or Miso Soups, Specialty Rolls, and Glasses of Wine for Two at Sakimura (Up to 47% Off)


Simsbury Center

Hibachi meals prepared on smokeless grills; rolls with elegant fillings such as pepper tuna; modern flourishes of foie gras with sweet miso

$55 $29

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Hibachi Fare at Yume Hibachi Steak & Sushi in Unionville (Up to 45% Off)

Yume Hibachi Steak & Sushi


Plumes of fire erupt as showboating hibachi chefs put on a sizzling spectacle, cooking filet mignon, shrimp, lobster & Teppanyaki veggies

$40 $22

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Sushi and Teriyaki Dishes for Dinner for Two or Four at Mikado Asian Bistro in Canton (Up to 50% Off)

Mikado Asian Bistro


Color Dragon rolls stuffed with shrimp tempura and sprouts; sea eel sashimi; sizzling shrimp teriyaki

$30 $16

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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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Sushi and Japanese Food at Sushi Mizu (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Sushi Mizu

New Haven

Sushi made with fluke, crabmeat, and mango served alongside Japanese classics, such as seaweed salads and beef teriyaki

$25 $12.50

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Lunch is served 11 a.m.–3 p.m. all week. Dinnertime lasts from 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Sunday–Thursday, and until 10:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

149 Franklin St

Fresh slices sashimi-grade fish take center stage on Singapore’s Grill and Sushi Bar’s menu, as traditional dishes from the Malaysian peninsula serenade diners with savory songs of noodles and spare ribs. Like a polar bear's jewelry box, the restaurant’s sushi case shimmers with rows of translucent gems of salmon, tuna, and eel. Sample succulent morsels of crab clasping creamy bites of avocado in the scallion-dappled Osumo maki roll ($11.50), or witness maritime harmony with a fresh vegetable-chaperoned trio of tuna, salmon, and asparagus in the crunchy Dynomite maki roll ($10.50). Singapore rice noodles wrap their slender, glossy tendrils around spicy mango chicken, shrimp, and fresh vegetables ($18.95), and grilled pineapple chicken lounges on a bed of steamed rice and veggies ($17.95). Sambai specialties mix it up with fluffy beds of fragrant curry rice, couching vegetables and shrimp or pork, all doused in homemade seafood sauce ($18.95) like a sea captain preparing for a date with a mermaid.

938 Bank St
New London,

A piece of food soars through the air, landing squarely in the open mouth of a patron. The other 19 guests at the table cheer. Then an egg pops up high above their heads. During its descent, a man standing before the seated crowd pulls open his breast pocket, and the egg lands snugly inside. Without pause, the chef continues chopping, flipping, and grilling in swashbuckling style.

This show repeats at Yokohama Japanese Steakhouse’s five large hibachi tables—each crowned with an enormous grill—every day of the week. The restaurant also serves up less theatrical but no less authentic teriyaki, tempura, udon, and wok-stirred fare, as well as traditional and contemporary sushi rolls. In the dining room, the gurgling of water in an indoor pond mingles with the murmur of Sirius satellite radio and the purring of stomachs curled up for postprandial naps.

300 Quaker Lane

The small College Hill takeout restaurant is an offshoot of Haruki East, a popular Japanese eatery in Providence. Haruki Express, a 2008 Best of Rhode Island Editors' Pick in Rhode Island Monthly, serves fresh made-to-order meals that are an alternative to the fast food of yesteryear. Scanning the extensive menu, maki lovers can choose the fresh spicy tekka ($5.50) or the cooked salmon skin ($3.95), and meat-eating tax attorneys can try out the beef gyu don ($5.95), thinly sliced beef and onion sautéed with soy sauce and served over rice. This deal is not good for delivery, but it can be used to taunt illusionist David Blaine with delicious sushi via remote-controlled helicopter as he dangles hungrily in a Plexiglas cube.

1210 Oaklawn Ave

Ten Prime Steak & Sushi's executive chef, Lou Cruz, char grills a carnivorous array of hand-cut Prime and Certified Angus steaks. Each one has been aged for a minimum of 28 days and is accompanied by a complex sauce?always made in-house, sometimes via a two-day process. His juicy and flavorful steaks earned the restaurant The Providence Phoenix's best steakhouse award in 2011 and 2012.

Chef Cruz also whips up other specialties with equal care, including house-made meatloaf, swordfish, and velvety day boat scallops. On the lighter side, a full sushi bar serves up colorful nigiri and maki, including one made with Maine lobster, beef carpaccio, and truffle-chili oil. Diners can wash it all down with their choice of specialty cocktails and 14 wines by the glass.

55 Pine St

There’s always something nice about a cozy sushi place. Of course with Sushi Express you have to come when it isn’t crowded but hey, a crowd means great food! Sushi Express has got some great sushi selections like salmon, tuna, and even a Philly roll! Like most sushi places, Sushi Express has spicy rolls too if you need a little spice in your life. And, if Sushi doesn’t work for you, they’ve got a great bubble tea! Sushi Express doesn’t have many of the other popular Asian dishes that some other restaurants have, but that leaves more time to focus on the good stuff: sushi rolls! And, with a convenient location, it’s easy to walk to Sushi Express after doing some shopping or between classes. And, with affordable food, it won’t break the bank! So, give Sushi Express a try.

283 Thayer St