Eating international fare at a local restaurant bypasses many transatlantic travel woes, such as jet lag and oar splinters. Stamp your palate's passport with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for $15 worth of Japanese food at lunch
- $15 for $30 worth of Japanese food at dinner
The menu features plenty of sushi and Japanese entrees, such as spicy hamachi hand rolls packed with yellowtail, scallops, and chili sauce ($5.50), ramen dotted with sliced beef and vegetables ($12.25), and seared wasabi salmon topped with garlic guacamole ($13.75).
Traditional meets contemporary at Nishiki Sushi: Chefs concoct classic sashimi and nigiri from fresh seafood, such as yellowtail, scallops, and freshwater eel, and they’ve also whipped up more than three dozen innovative specialty rolls. For instance, the Buddha roll has soft-shell-crab tempura wrapped into a tight spool and drizzled with a duet of homemade sauces. The Treasure roll adds a Southern twist—it has barbecue sauce splashed across scallops and comes served on top of a William Faulkner novel. The kitchen team also prepares what they call "Japanese comfort food"—entrees such as ramen noodles, chicken teriyaki, and unagi don, a barbecued freshwater-eel dish.
89% of 1,169 customers recommend
“The staff was very friendly and you can feel that there is an effort to please customers. The sashimi was of good quality and the oysters in ponzu sauce were...”
“The staff was very friendly and you can feel that there is an effort to please customers. The sashimi was of good quality and the oysters in ponzu sauce were fresh. We did not fet a chance to try the sushi but we will be back!”
“Everything we ordered was very good. But, the seafood Udon noodle soup was my favorite. The broth was really good!”
“my favorite Sushi place, the Spicy Vargas roll is my very favorite.”