Sushi is meant to be eaten in one bite, much like a cake pop or Bracewell Farms' MicroChicken™. Savor small food with this Groupon.
- $22 for $40 worth of sushi and Japanese food
- Click to see the full menu.
A bowl made of solid ice holds fresh slices of pink tuna. Black caviar crowns a hill of cubed mango and avocado. At first glance, it seems Kiku Sushi is all about presentation—even the dining room is awash in dramatic blue lighting. But your first bite of the sushi itself will reveal a different story. It's a story in which the food comes first, and the dishes are always fresh and flavorful. The chefs at Kiku devise inventive sushi pairings, sear steaks on the hibachi grill, and weave beautiful tapestries on their noodle loom. Their creations are presented on snow-white platters that visually juxtapose the food's bright colors and textures.