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What You'll Get
The bite-size portions of sushi make it easy to sample a wide range of exotic flavors quickly without a serious expenditure of time or a stern lecture from the Oompa Loompa foreman. Feast upon variety with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of sushi and Japanese fare at Crave Sushi.
The chefs at Crave Sushi construct pieces of edible Asian art in a sleek lounge setting. Owner Linny Hoang's menu gives tired maki a makeover by outfitting it in forward-thinking flavors such as Spicy Mama, which fires up mouths with hot shouts of tuna, sweet sriracha, and a drizzle of unagi sauce ($16). The intrepid Pink Panther ferrets out hunger with clues of avocado, yamagobo, and peppered tuna ($22), and Crave's signature Cheetah roll spools together layers of surimi crab mix, cream cheese, and cucumbers before donning accents of Flamin' Hot Cheetos ($17). Crave Sushi's chefs prep chicken, beef, or pork for bento boxes ($12–$13 for lunch), which pack an impressive cargo into a small space like Henry VIII's sports car.
Diners can linger postmeal to sample Crave Sushi's specialty desserts, such as crispy fried-banana wontons with creamy chocolate ice cream ($9). The dining room complements traditional décor with chic, modern architecture accented in crimson and black.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid on happy hour items. Not valid on endless sushi. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Crave Sushi
The chefs at Crave Sushi construct pieces of edible Asian art in a sleek lounge with accents the ruby-red hue of ahi tuna. Crave's chefs give maki a makeover at a sushi bar, slipping blades through inventive ingredients and twisting soy paper or seaweed into creations including the Cheetah roll, a bundle of surimi crab mix, cream cheese, and cucumbers dusted with Flamin' Hot Cheetos. Diners linger postmeal over homemade fried-banana wontons and electrically hued drinks. Bubbies mochi balls are imported from Hawaii to draw grins, much like a long-lost cousin on a confusing sitcom, and happy chatter fills the lounge late into the evening on weekends.