Japanese Bento-Box Meal with Dessert and Sake Flight for Two or Four at Obento-Ya (30% Off)


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Intimate, chic Japanese bistro composes bento boxes starring sushi, shrimp katsu, or another entree, then pairs them with a sake flight

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Choose Between Two Options

$40 for a Japanese meal for two, valid for lunch and dinner ($57.50 value)

  • Two house bento boxes
  • One Takoyaki small plate
  • One Mochi Trio dessert
  • One Flight M-sake flight

$80 for a Japanese meal for four, valid for lunch and dinner ($115 value)

  • Four house bento boxes
  • Two Takoyaki small plates
  • Two Mochi Trio desserts
  • Two Flight M-sake flights


Many people are good at compartmentalizing, but the team at Obento-Ya does it professionally. To make the eatery's bento meals, the chefs sort Japanese cuisine into segmented boxes. The largest cubby in each one holds an entree, such as Japanese-style chicken nuggets, a miso-dressed mackerel fillet, or an assortment of fresh sushi and nigiri. In smaller cubbies, guests find such sumptuous sides as white rice, miso soup, and spicy burdock root.

Not everything here comes in a box, though. The team also whips up steaming bowls of ramen, soba, and udon noodles, enhanced with extras like ginger pork. They also serve sushi à la carte, hand-rolling creations like the Flying Catepillar, which is stuffed with eel and egg custard and covered in layers of tobiko and avocado. The sushi, like all the cuisine here, pairs nicely with the eatery's selection of wine, Japanese craft beer, and sake.

Customer Reviews

Obento-Ya is one of our favorite places to eat Japanese food in the TC. We did the poke bento box option with the flight of sake and it was good. A little different as it seemed a bit more sour than we were used to, but it was still very good. I wish that it had real crab meat in it or none at all as it kind of cheapens the dish IMO. The personal service from the owner was really neat and he gave us a lot of information about what we were eating.
Kaosong Y. · a day ago
This is one my husband and I favorite restaurants! They have the best food!
Kayla L. · 7 days ago
One of my favorite Japanese restaurants in the cities. Excellent food!
Joanne T. · January 10, 2017
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    1510 Como Avenue Southeast

    Minneapolis, MN 55414


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