Sushi is an allegory for childhood: the pure rice symbolizing innocence, spicy wasabi a tendency to cry, and the seaweed standing in for tight, constricting onesies. Relive your youth one roll at a time with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of Japanese fare at Kyoko Japanese Restaurant in Fayetteville.
Kyoko's master chef Yusuke Honda creates a host of eye-catching and appetizing rice-wrapped morsels to sate spirited sushinauts among Kyoko's scarlet walls and traditional Japanese décor. Like a band of baby Vikings, tiny and tender pork dumplings are given an aggressive exterior with a dousing of creamy wasabi sauce in the Wasabi Shumai ($5.75), bringing a spicy starting point to further nori navigations. Tween crab tidbits babysit rebellious bands of flying fish roe with mayo and asparagus in the eponymous Kyoko roll ($6.95), and the bamboo roll's avocado- and spicy-crab-wrapped treasure, filled with shrimp tempura, crab, and seaweed salad ($14.95), gives lethargic pandas the energy to continue their scientifically documented all-night dance parties. An array of appetizing Japanese beverages also populate the menu, and when surreptitiously serving teams of fighting teenage tortoises, this deal is also valid for carryout.
- The food is excellent. The Sashimi is always fresh. The rolls are as tasty as any I have ever had. – eperriello, TripAdvisor
- The owner-sushi chef is friendly and accommodating. If you ask him to use his imagination, he will present a creative assortment of sushi. The biggest problem is that I tend to eat too much of it--and I still want more! – cofarb, Citysearch