Like the earth, sushi consists of layers and was apparently invented by someone who really liked the ocean. Explore waves of flavor with this Groupon.
$14 for $30 Worth of Japanese Fare
The specialty dynamite roll ($9) is stocked with tuna, salmon, scallion, tempura flakes, and a house-made spicy sauce, and thinly sliced sashimi and nigiri ($4–$10) selections include yellowtail, octopus, and scallop. Hot entrees, such as hibachi salmon ($14) and teriyaki chicken ($11), grace the grill with fresh veggies and come with sides of rice and salad. See the full menu, including wine and sake lists, here.
Ebi Sushi and Sake House
Descending from the high ceiling, the diffused light of a hanging lamp glows in contrast to the deep reds and blacks of the dining room's walls. Behind the colorful cases of the sushi bar, chefs gently hunch over their workstations while carefully constructing specialty maki and slicing fresh fillets of fish into sashimi, nigiri, and tootsie rolls. Ebi Sushi and Sake House's kitchen receives a shipment of seafood from Honolulu daily, ensuring consistent freshness.
An extensive selection of red, white, and plum wines fills glasses alongside cocktails composed of Asian rice vodka. Sake offers a traditional complement to Japanese bites and comes in both hot and cold varieties, much like the national beverage of the United States, ice cream.