Sushi brings together two things commonly thrown at weddings—rice and raw fish. Celebrate a beautiful union with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of food and drinks for two
- $49 for $100 worth of food and drinks for four
While sipping on mai tais ($9) or Kirin Ichiban drafts ($5), browse the menu of pan-fried Japanese gyoza dumplings ($4.95) and sushi, such as california cream maki ($6.95), the annapolis roll ($11.95), and whole-lobster ($19) rolls. Hibachi combinations—served with a shrimp appetizer, soup, salad, veggies, and rice—include shrimp and chicken ($20.95). Platters, such as the sushi love for two, offer a mix of rolls served alongside miso soup and salad ($49.95).
Prices above reflect most up-to-date menu.
It’s important to Sakura Cafe that its sushi chef, David Li, be given free rein when it comes to creating new sushi rolls. That’s why its maki menu, with nearly 50 specialty rolls, includes creations that have likely never appeared on another menu. The New York roll wraps apple, fish eggs, avocado, and cucumber in soy paper. The Fuji Mountain roll combines eel and smoked salmon with green seaweed powder. And the Bonsai roll drizzles a spicy vinaigrette sauce over spicy tuna, fresh red tuna, and cream cheese.
For those who prefer something other than sushi, the immense menu also offers hot hibachi combinations, such as filet mignon and shrimp, and pan-Asian classics, such as drunken noodle and pad thai. It even has American options, including philly-cheesesteak wraps.
82% of 130 customers recommend
“Very good and service was great. I will be back”
“Great location steps from Ego Alley (waterfront)”
“Very nice. Walked by it so many times but never took the opportunity to try it until I had the Groupon. The sushi was really good. A bit pricy -- so I will keep a...”
“Very nice. Walked by it so many times but never took the opportunity to try it until I had the Groupon. The sushi was really good. A bit pricy -- so I will keep a look out for other Groupon deals.”