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 today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Korean and Japanese fare and drinks at Origami Restaurant.
Origami Restaurant's skilled chefs serve up artful amalgamations to sate cravings for sophisticated flavors and quell cavernous appetites. The dinner menu is filled with fresh treasures from land and sea, including the seafood bibim bap, a plate of steamed rice topped with assorted seafood, marinated veggies, and a fried egg ($16.95). The spicy thai chicken is the internationally adopted child of the Korean cuisine, nurtured with creamy coconut sauce, thai basil, chili sauce, and a bevy of coloring books ($14.95).
Sushi slingers behind the sky-blue bar whip up cooked concoctions such as the New England roll, a clam strip tempura bundled with avocado, cucumber, and masago, then served with a double dose of dippable sauces ($8.95). For those afraid of flames and foods that flames have touched, the hot mango roll ignites tongues with spicy tuna and yellowtail coated in tropical fruit and topped in a tangy eel sauce ($15.95). While enjoying the chic ambience of neon blue accents and discussing the best way to sculpt self portraits out of rice, thirsty diners can complement edible morsels with an array of flavored sakes.
- Origami’s menu is extremely diverse with not only the choice of sushi but also includes steak, shrimp, and chicken hibachi, delicious appetizers such as the clear soup, a simple dish that combines great flavors of broth, scallions and mushrooms. – Kyla McDermott, Go Naples
- Service is attentive and friendly, prices are fair, and the food is FAB and very fresh! – Laura J., Yelp, 1/30/10
13300 S Cleveland Ave.
Fort Myers, Florida 33907Get Directions