Many foods are designed to be eaten in a specific way: sushi in one big bite, soup in a series of slurps, and cookies pulverized and mixed into children’s breakfast cereals. Do what your dish dictates with this Groupon.
$30 for a chef’s tasting dinner for two (a $60 value)
- Variety of shareable appetizers (up to a $15 value)
- One makimono roll and one specialty roll (up to a $20 value)
- Assorted sushi (up to a $25 value)
Though the tasting menu changes frequently, specialty rolls may include the sriracha-topped Flamer, a mix of shrimp, snow crab, and spicy tuna covered with salmon, tobiko, and tuna. Sushi selections are dictated by the daily catch. See examples of full menus [here](http://www.barracudasushi.com/location.php?id=5); though menu is subject to change, value of tasting dinner will remain intact.
Barracuda Japanese Restaurant
Over the last five years, the chefs at Barracuda Japanese Restaurant have continually tinkered with their sushi, teriyaki, and noodle dishes, customizing the menu to fit each Barracuda location’s neighborhood and clientele. Using fresh fish and fruit sourced locally and sustainably whenever possible, the team crafts more than a dozen specialty rolls, including the Japanese Cowboy Roll, which matches crabmeat with mango, avocado, and thinly sliced Kobe beef. Staples such as chicken teriyaki rest side by side with more intricately prepared eats including pan-seared rib eye with mashed potatoes. Lit from underneath, the dining room’s dim orange walls surround potted plants and wooden tables that can accommodate groups of all sizes.
“Best sushi in SF”
“The Hawaiian butterfly sashimi is delicious”
“It's pretty good, actually!! Pleasantly surprised!”