In America, Japan is thought of as the birthplace of sushi and the country that kind of looks like a shrimp. Learn more about the world with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $85 for a Japanese Culinary class for one ($170 value)
- $159 for a Japanese Culinary class for two ($340 value)
- $65 for a dumpling- and wonton-making class for one ($130 value)
- $125 for a dumpling- and wonton-making class for two ($260 value)
Japanese Culinary classes teach students some of the basics of Japanese cuisine such as how to make california and spicy-tuna rolls. Dumpling- and wonton-making classes teach the methods for making both steamed and fried dumplings as well as wonton-noodle soup. Every class includes complimentary soft drinks, salad, and ice cream to be paired with the fruits of the students' labor.
Held on Mondays and Tuesdays, Japanese Culinary classes are two hours long and dumpling- and wonton-making classes are 90 minutes long. Please call to reserve your seat.
Lobster House Seafood and Buffet
Upon first glance, the Lobster House Seafood and Buffet menu appears to be a fairly standard list of time-honored Pan-Asian favorites. A closer look, however, turns up innovative and healthy twists on the classics. The meat in the general tso's chicken can be swapped out for soy protein, and all specialty sushi roll meals come with soup, salad, and a take-home dumbbell. Chefs whip up sushi with a contemporary presentation, using crisp produce and flavorful sauces such as fiery coconut curries, sweet chili mayonnaise, and spicy shrimp paste. They fold fresh seafood into a sweeping array of specialty maki, including a battered and fried house specialty roll with snow crab, mango, and wasabi sauce. To put on pre-dinner shows, they sizzle juicy steak, plump shrimp, and tender lobster tails on table-side hibachi grills.