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Reviewed May 24, 2013
Reviewed May 15, 2013
Reviewed May 15, 2013
What You'll Get
Watching chefs prepare your dinner ensures that they are using fresh ingredients instead of arranging pictures cut from the menu atop a bed of rice. See food with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Japanese cuisine for dinner only
- $23.95 for a hibachi dinner for two at the hibachi grill (up to a $47.90 value)
- $47.90 for a hibachi dinner for four at the hibachi grill (up to a $95.80 value)
Amid spouting flames and whirling knives, chefs prepare shrimp ($22.95), lamb chops ($28.95), or chicken ($17.95) hibachi-style on a grill embedded in diners’ tables. Behind the sushi counter, chefs pair fish, rice, and seaweed into flavorful combinations, such as the Victoria Secret roll’s shrimp tempura, avocado, and fried crab ($12.95) or the spider roll’s core of fried soft-shell crab and cucumber topped with caviar ($8.95). For the hibachi dinner options, each guest can enjoy a hibachi entree valued at up to $23.95. Check out the full menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 15, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for split checks. Not valid with other offers, promotions (including "Buy 1, Get 1"), or coupons. Alcohol cannot be discounted more than 50%. Not valid Mother's Day (5/12/13), Easter Sunday (3/31/13), or Father's Day (6/16/13). Extra fee may apply for hibachi. Hibachi options valid only for food at the hibachi grill. $30 Groupon valid only for dinner. Valid only for hibachi entrees up to $23.95. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sakura Japanese Restaurant
When seated at a secluded dinner table, it’s easy to forget the skill it takes to turn disparate ingredients into a delicious meal. Sakura Japanese Restaurant’s chefs aim to remind their guests of just how incredible that feat is, abandoning the seclusion of the kitchen to prepare dishes tableside. They twirl knives, drumming them against the smooth metal surface of their grill as they use cooking oil to summon gouts of flame. From the dexterous show, they create sizzling hibachi meals of chicken, steak, lobster, and other meats for a rapt audience.
Sakura's sushi chefs specialize in a less flashy craft, drizzling eel sauce on combinations of crab, shrimp, and avocado or topping white- and yellowtail-tuna rolls with tobiko and wasabi. They also make up obento boxes, traditional packaged lunches featuring specific slots for sushi, tempura, a main course, and extra masking tape.