Human taste buds go into hibernation if they get bored, much like bears who don't have Xbox. Stimulate your senses with this Groupon
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Asian fusion cuisine for two or more during lunch
- $20 for $40 worth of Asian fusion cuisine for four or more during dinner
The lunch menu’s bento box includes house salad, half of a California roll, and four pieces of assorted sushi ($14). Midday cuisine also includes General Tso’s chicken ($11) and pepper steak ($11). The dinner menu unfurls with dishes such as a diced tuna tartar with spicy sauce and chips ($14), and cashew chicken with green and red peppers and sweet ginger sauce ($18).
A stylish, pitch-black façade with crimson accents beckons passersby into Asia, where they can indulge in hot-off-the-wok chicken and steak entrees, or revel in the rawness of sushi and hand-rolled maki. Like a mashed-potato sculpture of the United Nations headquarters, each feast is an edible testament to a peaceful blend of cultures, with Chinese dishes of crispy duck sharing table space with South American tuna ceviche and Japanese salmon sashimi. Chefs carefully prepare all dishes according to kosher dietary rules.
Amidst the restaurant's funky zebra-print chairs and flat-screen TVs showing the game, guests end meals of pan-seared gyoza or grilled Atlantic salmon with decadent desserts such as chocolate ganache cake or fried gelato. On Saturday nights, diners pair sushi with potent tropical cocktails including minty mojitos or the signature Pineapple Express.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Food is always fresh. Be sure to make a reservation.”
“Enjoy! Happy Channukah!”
“Asian mixed grill is delicious and their short ribs are great”