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 today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of sushi at Crazy Fire Mongolian Grill, valid only at the Leesville Road location.
The sushi specialist at Crazy Fire Mongolian Grill, Crazy Cho, rolls a colorful array of seafood and vegetables into fresh bundles of maki. Diners can commence edible excursions with appetizers such as the seaweed salad, a delicacy previously known only to discriminating mermen ($4). The sushi bar flaunts fluffy pillows of rice that encase classic fillings such as the california roll ($3.95) or the crab-and-avocado-stuffed roll ($7.95). Incisors sink into crunchy shrimp tempura morsels ($5.75), and spicy scallop rolls ($5.50) test taste buds' capacity to withstand increasing Scoville units. Crazy Fire Mongolian Grill encourages its guests to ring the eatery's golden gong, which boisterously announces patrons' arrivals or successful attempts to sculpt full-scale panda bears out of rice.
Crazy Fire Mongolian Grill
The clang of the gong rings through Crazy Fire Mongolian Grill where customers signal to the chefs that they have finished building their stir fry bowls. The chefs use long swords to cook the diners' customized selections of meats, seafood, and vegetables over a round, flat-topped grill. In addition to Mongoloian style dinners, the chefs also craft specialty sushi rolls with tuna, salmon, and avocado.