If humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature's logic with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine
The menu includes items such as a pan-seared peppered-tuna starter, served over a spring salad tossed with yuzu dressing ($10); specialty rolls such as the Tokyo Love Story, a cylindrical mélange of shrimp tempura, lobster salad, mango, asparagus, sweet eel sauce, and sriracha ($13); and hot entrees of chicken teriyaki ($15) and new york strip steak plated with seasonal vegetables ($18).
In order to fully relish the Nana Sushi dining experience, one must first sit back and admire the artistic presentation of his or her roll, then quickly resolve to devour it. Behind the sushi bar, chefs add colorful swirls of sauces to plates of freshly rolled maki, such as the spicy mango lobster roll, which is wrapped in pink soy paper before being surrounded by a ring of liquid hearts. The menu includes more than 20 of these specialty rolls, each with an appearance as special as a fireworks show viewed from outer space. In the kitchen, chefs sear scallops, shrimp, and teriyaki-glazed salmon across a blazing grill as well as sauté chicken and pineapple with mounds of fried rice.