Asian-fusion fare collects cross-cultural culinary secrets, unlike the Asian-fusion music scene, which consists solely of Yes’ lead guitarist, who is still finishing a solo he began on a Japanese tour in 1977. Indulge in pan-Asian cuisine without any jazz-rock noodling with today’s Groupon to Hammerhead Sushi, located on West Berry Street. Choose between the following options:
Offering jaded Texas tongues the restorative power of delicately wrapped fish, Hammerhead provides patrons with expertly synthesized Asian-fusion creations. Head in for lunch to escape an office cafeteria’s mandatory midday karaoke, and snack on spring rolls ($2.50) or the spicy scallop roll ($6) before grabbing a rice or noodle bowl ($6 each) with your choice of protein, rice, and degree of spiciness. Eclectic dinner items such as the sweet 'n' sour chicken ($8.50) or the pad thai ($9) offer a full-flavored respite from the freeze-dried ice cubes and unspecified protein advocated by cryogenically frozen dietitians. Hammerhead’s atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, great both for single diners ready to bond with their meals and hungry packs of humans who prefer solid service over strenuous hunting.
- Delicious food and great service. I will be back. – william, Urbanspoon