Once mastered, chopsticks are the most manageable eating utensils, unlike forks, which get mangled in the dishwasher, or fingers, which get lost in the mouths of teething sock puppets. Eat easily with today’s Groupon to Newport Tokyo House. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of sushi, hibachi fare, and drinks for dinner.<p>
- For $35, you get $80 worth of sushi, hibachi fare, and drinks for parties of four or more for dinner.<p>
Newport Tokyo House’s culinary artisans assemble fresh sushi rolls and entertain diners at hibachis while cooking succulent meats and seafood from a menu of classic Japanese cuisine. Baby-tako appetizers emerge from a sushi bar to prime palates with marinated octopus ($7.95), before eaters rent out their stomachs’ extra rooms to entrees such as a sushi-roll combination filled with artistic renditions of california, yellowtail, and tuna rolls ($14.50). In making the beef yaki udon, noodles, veggies, and beef cozy up together in a sauté pan ($12.95). Alternatively, diners can head over to one of four hibachi tables to watch as master chefs slice, dice, and flip ingredients in entertaining displays. Sweltering flames dance across the grill as lobster tails ($29.95) cook to perfection, while a combination of steak and chicken ($23.95) quells hunger in tandem with the soup, salad, and noodles that accompany every hibachi entree. As chefs construct onion volcanoes and issue evacuation notices to nearby salt shakers, customers can sip sake and feast their eyes on the multicolored lanterns that anchor the eatery’s Japanese décor.
Newport Tokyo House
Blue and red pendant lamps glow above Newport Tokyo House's four hibachi grills, where chefs in matching hats sauté meat and vegetables for the diners gathered around each sizzling tabletop. At the sushi bar in the 100-seat dining room, cool knives slip through ribbons of fish and vegetables bound for specialty sushi rolls, some of which are deep fried, wrapped in sheets of pink soy, or crowned with neon constellations of tobiko. Bowls of udon or soba noodles pour forth steam near plates of scallops and chicken brimming with teriyaki sauce like the blooper reel from The Three Stooges Start a Catering Company.