Rolling sushi, like captaining a cruise liner, can result in a face full of seaweed if performed incorrectly. Dine with no assembly required with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$45 for a prix fixe tasting menu for two, valid Sunday–Thursday (a $90 value), which includes:
- One sashimi salad (a $12 value)
- Washugyu beef carpaccio appetizer (an $18 value)
- Four pieces of sashimi (a $10 value)
- Five pieces of nigiri (a $12 value)
- Roll #8 and a rainbow roll (a $32 value)
- Dessert (a $6 value)<p>
$45 for a the above prix fixe tasting menu for two, valid Friday–Saturday (a $90 value)
Aji Japanese Restaurant
Aji Japanese Restaurant has garnered praise from the local Hopkins Patch and Lakeshore Weekly News for its menu of colorful sushi rolls and hibachi-seared meats. Artful presentation underscores each concoction—rolls proudly bearing ruby-colored crowns of tobiko or sweet drizzles of eel sauce and hefty steaks and pan-seared seafood sizzling beneath bouquets of leafy garnishes. Imported Japanese beer and sake unite sushi with the flavors for which it was meant, much in the way milk complements cookies or peanut butter complements its secret soulmate, actual butter.
Inside the dining room, white dinnerware contrasts against rich wooden tables. Overhead, carved crimson lanterns dangle from the tin ceiling and golden bulbs illuminate delectable morsels and the gold-plated chopsticks of diners looking to impress their dates. During the warmer months, an outdoor patio mixes meals with fresh breezes.
“Great Sushi and service PHAT roll is awesome”
“Great sushi and service”
“They have really good sushi and their cooked food is is amazing I love their onion soup which I feel is better than other japanese restaurants The atmosphere is...”
“They have really good sushi and their cooked food is is amazing I love their onion soup which I feel is better than other japanese restaurants The atmosphere is small and cosy, a real comfort during the cold months When I go there it brings me back to when I lived in Gotemba Japan”