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What You'll Get
If humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature's logic with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of Japanese and Korean fare for dinner at Geisha Sushi Bar.
Servers at Geisha Sushi Bar hand deliver plates piled high with delights from the eatery's dinner menu of signature sushi rolls, fresh sashimi, and bibimbap. Crunch into the shrimp tempura appetizer's six pieces of tiger shrimp battered with sake and beer and deep-fried to a golden brown ($8.95) with no tan lines whatsoever. A pages-long variety of sushi rolls and combos confound decision-making with offerings that include the Mizzou roll, which accessorizes a classic california roll with a zesty crunch and spicy mayo ($9.95). Sweet, salty, and spicy conspire in the Rasta roll, which combines smoked salmon, sweet mango, avocado, and spicy jalapeño on a mellow cucumber steel drum ($8.95), while the sashimi combo offers 12 pieces of fresh sashimi of the chef's choice ($19.95). Appetites are no match for Geisha's 11 Korean fusion bibimbap bowl creations, including the vegetarian house version with rice, vegetables, and Geisha special sauce ($9.99), or the create-your-own version with custom ingredients ($7.95+). Finally, desserts take the reins with the caramel fuji apple hot pot ($6.49), a steamy, personal cauldron of fuji apples with decadent caramel sauce that massages insides with its own soothing internal shiatsu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Geisha Sushi Bar
The blue flicker of Japanese movies playing on three televisions illuminates diners in the dimly lit Geisha Sushi Bar, giving it an intimate glow. From behind the sushi bar, chefs slice fresh fish and veggies into bite-sized morsels to wrap into rolls. They create house-special rolls with human monikers, such as the Jennifer with layers of salmon, cream cheese, and spicy mayo. Cooked rolls include smoked eel and steamed shrimp, as well as deep-fried rolls drizzled with ponzu sauce. In sushi bowls, seafood and veggies lie atop a bed of sushi rice, far tastier than memory foam, and bento boxes transport shrimp or chicken marinated in housemade teriyaki alongside tempura and salad.