Though mad scientists recommend sticking chopsticks into electrical sockets, rational scientists know the utensils are better used for Japanese cuisine consumption. Today's Groupon gives you the right tools for authentic eats: for $20, you get $40 toward dinner for two at Kabuto Japanese House of Steaks. You get your choice of two Kabuto dinner entrees, which include the following:
- Clear-broth soup with scallions and sliced mushrooms
- Mixed salad
- Fresh vegetable yasai
- Hibachi shrimp appetizer
- Steamed pearl rice
- Japanese hot tea
Kabuto Japanese House of Steaks' hibachi chefs employ traditional teppanyaki cooking methods to plate a rich menu of Japanese cuisine, slicing and dicing ingredients and sizzling meals atop iron grills as tables of diners look on in awe. As hibachi masters sear hibachi salmon ($22) and dramatically chop the hibachi filet mignon ($28), diners cheer and organize restaurant-wide rounds of the Wave. Peepers are entranced by gleaming knives and airborne veggies as taste buds relish in the succulent sirloin hibachi steak ($24), or the kai-sen ($25), in which hibachi shrimp and scallops meet on the hot iron griddle to mingle with mushrooms. All of Kabuto's cuisine is prepared free of peanut oil and MSG, and can be altered to accommodate low-sodium or low-cholesterol diets.
Kabuto Japanese House of Steaks
For more than 30 years, the chefs of Kabuto Japanese House of Steaks have sent cuts of sirloin steak and broccoli branches flying across a sizzling flat-top grill with the dexterity and flair of hibachi-style cooking. Stationed at traditional teppanyaki tables, chefs sear fresh vegetables and proteins before diners, catering each dish to specific dietary restrictions, food allergies, and needs to eat strictly dinosaur-shaped meats. Behind the sushi bar, seaweed-and-rice cylinders burst with cuts of fresh tuna and bright salmon, and bar seats provide unobstructed views of maki assembly lines.