Sushi brings together two things commonly thrown at weddings—rice and raw fish. Celebrate a beautiful union with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $26 for a four-course sushi dinner for two (up to a $53.70 value)
- $49 for a four-course sushi dinner for four (up to a $107.40 value)<p>
Each four-course dinner includes the following per person, chosen from the prix fixe menu:
- One soup or salad, such as the hot and sour soup made of tofu, dry mushrooms, bamboo shoots, egg, carrots, and mustard tuber (up to a $3.95 value)
- One appetizer, such as general tso’s chicken (up to a $10.95 value)
- One premium roll, such as the mango-salmon roll or the Black Angel roll—spicy crab-meat salad topped with eel and avocado (up to an $8.95 value)
- One ice cream (up to a $3 value)<p>
Though Hao Sushi preps nearly 200 types of Japanese and Chinese plates, each entree boasts its own edible flair. For example, bento boxes are themed after the four seasons—the autumn box contains squid tempura, teriyaki-seasoned meats, and a california roll, whereas the spring box follows a greener motif, with tofu tempura served alongside an avocado and cucumber roll. Standalone sushi options prove to be just as diverse. One of many premium maki rolls, Hao's Roll mixes cream cheese with deep-fried crab, salmon, and white fish, a seafood medley that can be counterbalanced by the Vegetable Dragon roll's yam tempura and avocado. The restaurant's all-you-can-eat option allows patrons to sample such disparate flavours at their leisure, or until their chopsticks have been worn down into nubs.
Aside from sushi, appetizers—szechuan chicken, dumplings, and pork cutlets among them—commence meals with savoury and spicy notes. They might precede classic dinners of udon soup, or herald helpings of fried rice laden with proteins from edamame to barbecue eel.