Unlike a fork and knife, a pair of chopsticks requires only one hand, allowing you to carbo-load as you break the world record for waving at cars. Say hello to this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Fare
Hand rolls include eel cucumber ($5.95) and asparagus ($4.25). The flaming volcano special roll ($16.00) layers in spicy tuna, crabmeat, and cream cheese. The 16-piece Sushi for Two entree ($39.95) comes with miso soup, and the beef negimaki fusion entree ($17.95) arrives with rice.
Katana Sushi Annapolis
Dancing Dinosaur, Fancy Spider, and Green Godzilla—they sound like movie monsters, but they're more likely to attract a crowd than to cause people to flee. That's because these are the names of sushi rolls on Katana Sushi's menu, which boasts more than 40 types of hand and specialty rolls made from such colorful ingredients as squash, yellowtail, and mango sauce. Katana's chefs also slice sashimi from red snapper and sweet shrimp, and they craft such fusion entrees as salmon teriyaki and chicken katsu. These entrees arrive accompanied by an entourage of green salad, miso soup, and a mound of rice shaped like the former key grip of Entourage.
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