Sushi brings together two things commonly thrown at weddings—rice and raw fish. Celebrate a beautiful union with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Thai, Japanese, and Sushi for Two
Choose from more than 50 kinds of sushi, such as a crunchy spicy tuna roll ($5.95); tuna ($4.75), octopus ($4.50), and white fish sashimi ($4.00); and a Mexican roll packed with fried shrimp, avocado, mayo, and smelt roe ($5.95). Other menu items include teriyaki, such as chicken ($14.99) or tofu ($14.99), and tempura dinners with shrimp or vegetable ($13.99–$16.99). In addition to Japanese and sushi offerings, the restaurant also offers Thai classics such as massaman curry with thai curry paste, coconut milk, vegetables, and peanuts, and pad see-ew.
This Groupon is only valid from 5 p.m. until close, except on Mother’s Day when it will be valid from noon to close.
As diners enter Joto Thai-Sushi, their attention is drawn to the newly redecorated, amber-toned dining room. In the kitchen, chefs cut, roll, and transform fresh fish into more than 50 kinds of sashimi and maki, such as the spider roll—packed with deep-fried soft-shell crab—and the fried-fish Tampa roll, appeal to sushi-eaters not ready to go raw, while more traditional options, such as fresh salmon or sweet-shrimp sashimi, slake cravings for fish in its purest form. Groups can order an assortment of rolls and sashimi, typically served on a large wooden boat for the table to share, or settle into a table and enjoy fresh-grilled salmon teriyaki, shrimp tempura, or udon soup. In addition to the sushi and Japanese offerings, diners can also enjoy expertly prepared Thai classics such as Pad Thai and a variety of Thai curries. For dessert, the chefs perform the seemingly impossible and deep-fry ice cream.
92% of 510 customers recommend
“not really. They have a fairly extensive menu so be prepared to take a while. However, they are very willing to explain dishes or make suggestions.”
“Very friendly server. ”
“Very good. Everything was seasoned perfectly, served steaming hot. We enjoyed our dinner.”