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5% Cash Back at Samurai Sushi

Samurai Sushi

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How This Deal Works

Highlights

Japanese and Korean food such as tempura, bibimbap, and udon noodles; sushi rolls with fried shrimp, snow crab, tobiko, and lobster

About This Deal

The Deal

How to use this deal:

  1. Claim this deal by linking it to your eligible credit cards
  2. Pay for qualifying purchases at the merchant with a linked card
  3. Cash back rewards will be credited to your card statement within a few days

Fine Print

  • Cash back is calculated on total bill after tip
  • Deal expires 30 days after claimed, but Groupon may re-claim the deal for you
  • Cash back is awarded in form of statement credits
  • Online orders placed through third-parties are not eligible for cash back
  • Most cards are eligible for cash back. See FAQ for details
  • For debit cards, select "credit" when you pay. Not all debit purchases may qualify for cash back
  • Deal can be used multiple times until it expires
  • Deal is subject to Groupon+ Deals Terms
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About Samurai Sushi

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.