Sushi was considered a source of energy and power by ancient megawhales, who ate it en masse before fin-wrestling contests with local megasharks and aquatic dance-offs for sea dominance. Fuel up with today’s Groupon to Sasu Sushi in Sugar Land. Choose between the following options:
- For $16, you get a sushi dinner for two (up to a $32.70 value) that includes the following:
- Two specialty rolls, warm rolls, or cooked rolls (up to a $12 value each)
- One small roll or hand roll (up to a $5 value)
Two nonalcoholic drinks (a $1.85 value each)<p>
- For $30, you get a sushi dinner for four (up to a $65.40 value) that includes the following:
- Four specialty rolls, warm rolls, or cooked rolls (up to a $12 value each)
- Two small rolls or hand rolls (up to a $5 value each)
- Four nonalcoholic drinks (a $1.85 value each)<p>
The seafood savants at Sasu Sushi hand-roll a delectable menu of fresh sushi and other Eastern enticements in a fun, convivial atmosphere. Diners can ward off hunger pangs and spawning glaciers with the untamed beauty of specialty rolls such as the alaska roll, a salmon-crowned blend of crab, cream cheese, cucumber, and avocado. Sasu’s chef recommends that patrons try the spicy sugar land roll, a fiery blend of tuna enveloped in seaweed paper and topped with salmon and avocado. Fish fans can storm the stage with small rolls including the Rock & Roll roll, which combines tempura shrimp, japanese mayo, cucumber, and onions to hit tongues with the force of a soul-shattering power ballad.
Sasu Sushi partners its menu mastery with a level of service not seen since the 1987 extinction of psychic butlers. Guests dine at wooden tables or along the restaurant’s sushi bar, as dim lighting and hanging lanterns illuminate hordes of purposefully clacking chopsticks.
Topped with salmon, two kinds of tuna, eel, and red snapper, the Harry Roll is an elaborate creation named for Sasu Sushi's owner. Drizzled in each one of the house sauces and sprinkled with chili pepper, this roll lets the chefs demonstrate their sushi-rolling prowess in a way a simple california roll can't. But that’s not to say that the basic rolls here aren’t crafted with as much care as they are packed with fresh ingredients. In fact, diners can watch the chefs in action from a seat at the cozy restaurant's sushi bar. Guests can also tuck into other Japanese staples, including tempura, noodle, and fried rice dishes before chasing the whole thing with sake bombs.
5858 New Territory Blvd.
Sugar Land, Texas 77479