Like the lyrics to a mermaid love ballad, sushi is raw, carefully constructed, and full of fish. Taste uncooked emotion with today's Groupon to Mango's Noodle House. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Asian fusion dinner fare.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Asian fusion lunch fare.
Mango's Noodle House's menu combines culinary traditions from a multitude of Asian kitchens to create entrees with Thai, Vietnamese, and Japanese influences, including a stunning array of house-made sushi. The shrimp tempura Sanji roll ($16) luxuriates in swathes of salmon, eel, super-white tuna, and a finishing dollop of caviar and the Las Vegas roll's eel, crab, and smoked salmon ($13) gets authentic flavor from a flash-fry by the light of neon billboards.
Midday diners can feast on a Mango's bento box ($12), which boasts a lineup comforting enough to rival Mom's homemade legal briefs, including miso soup and salad, steamed rice, a california roll, chicken dumplings, veggie tempura, and a choice of one entree such as beef teriyaki or tuna, salmon and white-fish sashimi. Diners lured to the restaurant with the promise of noodley comestibles can gorge on perfectly seasoned pad thai noodles ($8.99–$9.99), sautéed with delectable morsels of chicken or shrimp, and adorned with a protein-rich hail of crushed peanuts, a traditional sign of deliciousness in many cultures, often bestowed upon favorite meals or especially nummy baby feet.