Dining out spares people from using up the last of their paper plates or incinerating the last of their paper ovens. Reduce your disposable-cookware footprint with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of Japanese fare at Kobe Japanese Steak and Sushi in Fayetteville.
Teppanyaki-trained chefs fill the air in Kobe Japanese Steak & Sushi with exciting bursts of flame and savory aromas from their menu of seafood and choice beef cuts grilled tableside. Diners dive fork-first into seafood sensations such as hibachi scallops ($21.95) and teriyaki tilapia ($18.95), and beefier appetites orbit around the soy-sauce-drenched filet mignon ($23.95) and kobe suki yaki ($18.95), a boldly sliced new york strip steak served with soy and grilled veggies. Each dinner arrives with a medley of side dishes that includes japanese onion soup, salad, a kobe hibachi noodle, and sizzling two-piece shrimp appetizer, a bite-size alternative to two-piece shrimp suits. Indecisive appetites can find solace in more than a dozen combination dinners, which pair up proteins such as chicken & lobster tail ($22.95) or new york steak and chicken ($19.95) for tandem taste bud invasion. In addition to tableside hibachi cooking, Kobe Japanese Steak & Sushi also amasses a sushi selection featuring the most impressive fish formations since the first all-mermaid troupe of Rockettes.
Kobe Japanese Steak and Sushi
Teppanyaki-trained chefs create thrilling bursts of flame and clouds of savory aromas as they grill vegetables, seafood, and choice beef cuts tableside. Teriyaki-doused tilapia, shrimp, and a slab of filet mignon take center stage on plates alongside an ensemble of soup, salad, rice, veggies, and noodles. Indecisive appetites find solace in more than a dozen combination dinners, which pair up proteins such as chicken and lobster tail or new york steak and chicken for a tag-team attack on taste buds. In addition to tableside hibachi cooking, Kobe Japanese Steak and Sushi amasses a sushi selection featuring the most impressive fish formations since the first all-mermaid troupe of Rockettes.