The menu features pad thai and teriyaki dishes, alongside succulent rolls and fresh selections of tuna, salmon, and yellowtail nigiri
What You'll Get
- $7.50 for $12 worth of Thai and Japanese food
The Fine Print
Like its Thai-Japanese menu, the resturant's name, Ocha, spans across different cultures, meaning delicious in Thai, and hot tea in Japanese. The extensive menu tempts diners with flavorful, fragrant, and colorful dishes from across Southeast and East Asia, with peanut-tinged pad thai and coconut-milk curries served alongside grilled-salmon teriyaki and bowls of tempura udon. The sushi menu promises delicate morsels of ocean-fresh nigiri, such as octopus, tuna, and sea bass, or hand-rolled maki, such as deep-fried dragon rolls or salmon and crab rolls.