Before chopsticks, sushi was traditionally bobbed for during autumnal seafood festivals. Celebrate the fresh taste of technology with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of sushi, sashimi, specialty rolls, and drinks at Iron Chef Japanese Cuisine.
Iron Chef Japanese Cuisine's two menus marry traditional sushi, sashimi, and rolls with unorthodox culinary creations. Chefs roll up slices of fresh fish inside specialty sushi such as the Samurai roll, a noble-minded wrap of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, and whitefish prepared to defeat hunger or eat itself if it fails ($16). Palm a fiery yellowtail-jalapeño hand roll ($5.50), toast tongues on the spicy crabmeat inside the Sunshine roll ($13), or share a two-piece order of smoked-salmon ($4) or red-snapper sashimi ($4). Decadent deep-fried rolls hide their tender crustacean contents inside a cocoon of batter before fluttering flavors across taste buds with every bite. Beer, wine, and sake help diners to wash down spicy entrees and monstrous whales to clear palates of lonely puppeteers.
Iron Chef Japanese Cuisine
Sushi chefs have a playful way of creating new and interesting rolls, and the staff behind the bar at Iron Chef Japanese Cuisine are no exception. They wrap fresh fish and real king crabmeat in traditional seaweed, but also in pink soy paper and white seaweed to demonstrate their allegiance to Valentine's Day. Tempura and teriyaki dishes satisfy cravings for hot meals, and the eatery also nourishes diners with traditional Chinese dishes with noodles and rice.