In America, Japan is thought of as the birthplace of sushi and the country that kind of looks like a shrimp. Learn more about the world with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of sushi and Japanese food for two for lunch or dinner
- $29 for $60 worth of sushi and Japanese food for four for lunch or dinner
- See the menu.
If you stop by Harumi Sushi between Monday and Thursday, you can get a sake bomb with your monkey brain. Both names might sound a tad alarming, but they're hardly literal: the sake bombs consist of a shot of sake dropped into a cup of beer, and the monkey brain is an appetizer of mushrooms, each deep-fried and stuffed with spicy tuna.
Other names on the menu are more honest. The rainbow roll, for example, does indeed flaunt several colors—its snow crab and avocado filling is decorated with different slices of raw fish. The staff arranges the orange blossom roll into the shape of a blooming flower, while the salmon wrapped around the rice lends orange to the presentation. And, the flaming dragon roll's combination of yellowtail, snow crab, shrimp, and tuna is actually cooked in fire, rather than simply tricked out in racecar flame decals.
Besides its rolls, the restaurant also cooks up Japanese dishes such as udon soups and teriyaki-flavored meats. Its bento boxes allow guests to sample a bit of everything, with compartments for chicken teriyaki, tempura vegetables, and sashimi or a California roll.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Quiet late Sunday afternoon or early Sunday evenings and the food was fabulous!”
“There were very few tables occupied. I have a tendency though to eat early. I asked the young, friendly, and efficient waitress to turn the music. She did lower the...”
“There were very few tables occupied. I have a tendency though to eat early. I asked the young, friendly, and efficient waitress to turn the music. She did lower the music, I was grateful. My friends and I enjoyed the food.”