Raw fish, like snowballs, must be rolled with care before being thrown at the school superintendent who refused to call a snow day. Enjoy well-crafted, conveniently projectile edibles with today's Groupon to Fusha West. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a sushi meal for two (up to a $74 value). Meals include the following:
- One signature guacamole or yellowtail appetizer (up to a $14 value)
- Two classic rolls (up to a $20 total value)
- Two special rolls (up to a $40 total value)
- For $54, you get a sushi meal for four (up to a $148 value). Meals include the following:
- Two signature guacamole or yellowtail appetizer (up to a $28 total value)
- Four classic rolls (up to a $40 total value)
- Four special rolls (up to a $80 total value)
A sister restaurant to its cross-town companion Amber East, Fusha West conjures a menu of artfully plated Asian cuisine amid lavish Eastern décor strewn with modern accents. Diners can decompress hunger-ravaged bellies with a choice of guacamole with spicy tuna and wasabi chips or fresh yellowtail flanked with flares of serrano chili, cilantro, and yuzu ponzu dressing. Fusha's well-trained chefs introduce nuance and extravagance to their cavalcade of classic rolls, including california and salmon with avocado. Test the tensile strength of chopsticks without bench-pressing a pallet of soy sauce with complex and weighty special rolls, such as the Sweet Valentine—lobster salad and caviar encased in fresh strawberry—or the Galapagos—an eclectic mélange of avocado tempura, seared salmon, jalapeño, and julienne-cut red onion. Imaginative eaters can also stage heart-stirring holiday scenes with an order of Christmas rolls packed with avocado, cucumber, and tuna who watch as a crunchy snow-crab Santa Clause roll storms the North Pole atop his customary King Black Dragon, symbolized by a majestic roll filled with king Alaskan crab and freshwater eel.
Fusha West entreats guests with a sumptuous atmosphere of dark-stained hardwood and exposed stonewalls. Pairs or quartets of edible explorers will sweep past a bar bathed in hues of amber, orange, and red before dining beneath a fearsome stone kirin, a mythical hooved creature that is said to arrive with the birth of an illustrious ruler or the promise of complimentary wasabi.