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 this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $13 for two entrees or rolls during lunch (up to $12.95 value each; up to a $25.90 total value)
- $15 for $30 worth of Asian food and sushi
- $25 for $50 worth of Asian food and sushi for a party of three or more
The lunch menu, served until 4 p.m., includes chicken teriyaki and broiled mackerel. The dinner menu includes beef donburi over rice ($11.95) and prawn tempura ($13.95), and the sushi menu contains a Twister roll with snow crab, avocado, seared tuna, salmon, and five sauces.
Though the culinary traditions of Korea and Japan are drastically different, they come together at Samurai Sushi. Around a bar that's raised on a wooden platform in the middle of an airy dining room, eclectic dangling lights in the shapes of triangles or half globes scatter light across dishes uniting disparate Asian fare. While watching the sushi chefs' deft hands and glittering sharp knives, diners nibble intricate maki with snow crab, shrimp, and tobiko, the Japanese name for sunset-hued flying-fish roe. Gazes then drift upward to the three flat-screen TVs showing popular programs and news anchors repeatedly attempting to pronounce headlines about Worcestershire sauce.
Beneath mounted pieces of art, steam pours from bowls of udon noodles and katsu—breaded and deep-fried chicken or pork. Korean influences shine in dishes of short ribs and bibimbap bowls, which traditionally combine a fried egg, roasted meats, and veggies.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Great Happy Hour deals (although the Groupon certificate cannot be used for Happy Hour). Good service, tasty food, wide selection of menu items. ”
“Great place to relax and enjoy some good sushi. Seasoned edamame has a good spicy kick - not for the faint at heart.”
“Good was great, Service is always good”