Raw fish, like snowballs, must be rolled with care before being thrown at a school superintendent for refusing to call a snow day. Enjoy well-crafted, conveniently projectile edibles with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Asian-fusion cuisine for two
- $38 for $80 worth of Asian-fusion cuisine for four
- $45 for $100 worth of Asian-fusion cuisine for six
Appetizers include rock-shrimp tempura ($10) and naruto maki with thinly sliced cucumbers and salmon or crab ($15). Entrees include grilled jumbo prawns ($26), and specialty sushi rolls include the salmon-mango roll ($14) and the Angry Dragon roll with tempura shrimp, eel, and avocado ($15).
Treating dinners to inspired Asian-fusion cuisine, Asian Fin wraps freshly caught fish in dozens of rolls augmented by the creative ingredients that line the eatery's sushi bar and sizzle from its kitchen. Japanese steak-house entrees ornament tables in a brightly hued dining room that shelves colorful vases. A flowering-tree mural with dangling red blooms draws the eyes of diners as they enjoy their steak, free-range chicken, or catch of the day at candlelit tables and finish meals with a homemade dessert offering of pumpkin cheesecake or white chocolate brownie. Guests can also cure their itchy throats without swallowing back scratchers by sipping on Japanese green tea or the fully stocked bar's supply of imported sake.
Asian Fin Restaurant
Although the chefs at Asian Fin Restaurant take Japanese culinary traditions as their starting point, they push their cuisine to a new level by introducing a bit of modern flair. Among their 40 sushi rolls are specialties that incorporate everything from king crab and wild salmon to tempura shrimp, strawberries, and mixed nuts. The chefs also cook inventive entrees, from lamb chops grilled in a stone pot and topped with Asian mustard glaze to Japanese-style tacos filled with smoked salmon and sweet chili-tinged cream cheese.
To accompany this wide array of flavors, Asian Fin Restaurant features an impressive collection of imported sakes. Just as fine wines require special wine grapes and fine microbrews require special beer microwaves, fine sakes require the sort of carefully milled, high-quality rice found in every selection at Asian Fin Restaurant.
With its orange chairs, jet-black floor tiles, and intimate lighting, the eatery's dining room appears to share the menu's modern inclinations. At the same time, a handful of traditional touches ensure the restaurant's Japanese roots remain prominent. Decals of arching tree limbs adorn one entire wall as well as the glass partition dividing the room, and kanji-decorated accents hang above the gleaming bar area.