In America, Japan is thought of as the birthplace of sushi and the country that kind of looks like a shrimp. Learn more about the world with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Japanese and Chinese cuisine
- $35 for $80 worth of Japanese and Chinese cuisine for four or more
The menu includes appetizers such as deep-fried soft-shell crab served with ponzu sauce ($7.95); special sushi rolls such as the Diamond roll with crab tempura, salmon, and creamy scallops ($12.95); and entrees such as sliced chicken with snow peas ($10.50) and the sashimi deluxe, a platter of 21 pieces of sashimi flanked by soup and salad ($21.95).
Chinese and Japanese culinary traditions unite inside the walls of Asia Palace, appeasing polar cravings with meals ranging from spicy General Tso’s chicken, scorched with red peppers, to sushi hand rolls with cooling ingredients such as cucumber, raw salmon, and creamy avocado. The sushi bar also churns out specialty sushi rolls with some heat, including the wasabi roll with tuna and yellowtail as well as the lobster roll topped with crunchy spicy tuna. Classic dishes from other areas of Asia include pad thai with peanuts and egg; singapore rice noodles with wok-fried shrimp, pork, and chicken in a curry sauce; and lychee nuts—which are played with in place of marbles in Korea.
Japanese culinary traditions unite inside the walls of Shanghai Moon, appeasing polar cravings with meals ranging from the "love boat for two," to sushi hand rolls with cooling ingredients such as cucumber, raw salmon, and creamy avocado. The sushi bar also churns out specialty maki including the Torched Hamachi roll with seared yellowtail as well as the Scorpion roll topped with eel and shrimp.