For years, European navigators searched for a direct route to Asia's tasty cuisine, eventually burrowing through the earth and accidentally rediscovering Luxembourg. Blaze a path toward savory satisfaction with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Korean barbecue and sushi at Kaya Grill & Sushi.
At Kaya Grill, guests can grill up their own Korean barbecue tableside or simply feast on delicate sushi and sizzling Korean entrees from the menu. 4- to 12-seat tables sport a built-in grill in the center, allowing diners to sear their own forkfuls of beef short ribs ($24.95) or spicy sliced pork ($18.95) to flame-kissed perfection without needing to build a bonfire out of chopsticks. Chefs create the yuk gae jand behind closed doors by combining shredded beef, fern brake, mushrooms, and noodles together in a tongue-scorching soup ($10.95). From the sushi bar, keenly sliced orders of sashimi ($1.95+) emerge alongside maki such as the giant spider roll, which hides a cylinder of soft-shell crab, tempura crunch, and avocado beneath a layer of freshwater eel ($14.95).
Kaya Grill & Sushi's mild yellow and green walls include such accents as paintings, wooden chair rails, and a framed fire extinguisher. Although WiFi is available to diners, a hanging television can also help keep guests informed of any worldly happenings throughout their meal.
Kaya Grill & Sushi
At Kaya Grill & Sushi, diners cook their own Korean barbecue to taste at built-in tabletop grills. Patrons grill their choice of two meats, such as marinated beef short ribs or tender rib eye and sample sides of rice, onions, peppers, and lettuce. The eatery's chefs also whip up classic Korean food and fresh sushi rolls for more conventional dining. A karaoke party room with buffet-style service can accommodate up to 80 people for events such as wedding receptions, birthday parties, or business meetings where quarterly earnings reports are delivered to the tune of "I Will Always Love You."