Artfully ingest the classiest Omega-3s, vitamin Cs, and B-12 vitamins with today’s seaweed-wrapped Groupon. For $10, you’ll get $25 worth of Japanese fare and drink at Jade, a downtown eatery specializing in sushi and stir-fry, a strategy that brilliantly encompasses all points on the raw-to-stir-fried cooking spectrum.
Settle into the 6,000-square-foot rehabbed space and start with one of Jade’s signature cocktails and a refreshing seaweed salad ($4). Stick with a tried-and-true roll (California, eel, tuna), or if you got an A+ on eBay today, splurge on one of Jade’s specialty makimoto. Try the geisha’s kiss, a spicy tuna roll crested with seared tuna, crunchy tempura bits, scallions, and drizzled with eel sauce ($12), or gorge on the gargantuan big and crazy, which combines soft-shell crab, shrimp tempura, crab salad, cucumber, avocado, topped with tobiko, crunchy tempura bits, scallions, and eel sauce ($20). For vegans and fishphobics, Jade offers a modest selection of vegetable rolls, so you can LARP Beatrix Potter without breaking character during lunch. In addition to sushi options, Jade has noodles and rice entrees and spicy Mongolian stir-fry with your choice of meat ($12).
Jade is open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., and Saturday from noon to 1:30 a.m. Get this Groupon for a light, clean bite, a healthful dining-out option, or to eat dishes that can not be easily prepared at home.
- Jade ROCKS! LOVE the Jade Roll. Sooo yummy. It's wrapped in wasabi paper instead of seaweed so it has an extra little kick. Really cute space too. – FoodieGirl1, Sauce
Unhealthy Sushi to Roll With
Sushi is a healthy alternative to the normal restaurant fare such as burgers and pizza. However, depending on what stuffs your sushi, you can turn a healthy meal into an unhealthy meal. Here are some least-healthy sushi rolls:
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Roll
- Thumbtacks and Blasting Caps Roll
- Inappropriate Dosage of Anesthesia Roll
- Meat? Roll
- The Corey Haim Roll
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