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What You'll Get
Freshly caught fish will often sob and beg to be returned to the ocean, prompting kindhearted chefs to tenderly wrap them in comforting seaweed blankets that remind them of home. Make your finned friends feel welcome on the land with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Japanese seafood and more at Mizu Sushi & Grill, located on the corner of US-1 and Old St. Augustine Road.
Mizu Sushi & Grill plumbs the endless fathoms of deep sea deliciousness, converting diners’ stomachs into culinary aquariums with its neatly rolled menu of savory sushi and Japanese cuisine. For dinner, curl up by the flames of the hibachi grill for a portion of filet mignon ($19.95), or satisfy your inner vegetable farmer by chasing scuba-diving rabbits out of a seaweed salad ($4.75).
The kaleidoscopic sushi menu unfurls subaqueous delicacies like kamakazi (cooked tuna crunch, avocado, and spicy sauce, $4.95) and a diverse menagerie of little edible critters, including conch ($2.20), squid ($2), and quail egg add-on ($1). The eclectic sushi lunch ($9.95) bestows crustacean collectors with seven pieces of their choice of sushi and a J T B roll (crab meat and cream cheese, deep fried), allowing them to trade their mouthwatering morsels for baseball cards and rare 18th-century fish sticks.
Mizu Sushi & Grill's quaint atmosphere and ornate Japanese-style décor enwrap diners in an environment that is both comforting and cultural, and a children's menu (for those age 12 and younger) clamps snapping mouths of scamps shut. This oceanic offering is valid for dine-in only.
Mizu Sushi & Grill may offer a happy hour for $1 beer or sushi every day from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and this Groupon is not good in combination with happy hour or other specials, so plan accordingly to redeem your Groupon at the most opportune time.
- I have tried almost every sushi item they offer and each has been perfect! Not only are the individual pieces and rolls wonderful, but their plating also likens to the artful sense that Taisho in Japan have. – Jason Robinson, Urbanspoon
- There was also a gentleman playing acoustic guitar outside, which added to the ambiance of the restaurant. You sort of got the feeling that Mizu could easily turn into the neighborhood watering hole, it just happens to serve Sushi instead of Wings or Burgers. – Samantha Lento, Examiner.com
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table, limit 1 per visit. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.