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What You'll Get
The traditional method for preparing sushi requires slices of raw fish to be held over unlit fires in order to secure that signature uncooked flavor. Taste the real meal with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $44 for a six-course dinner for two (up to an $87.80 total value)
- $85 for a six-course dinner for four (up to a $175.60 total value)
Each dinner includes the following six courses from the full menu:
- One clam miso soup per person
- One sunomono salad per person
- 15 pieces of assorted sashimi per pair
- One california roll or spicy-tuna roll per pair
- One à la carte entree per person
- One dessert per person
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid until 1/2/13. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservations Recommended. Valid after 5pm. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Shima Sushi
Head Chef John Ngo and his team at Shima Sushi never have to look beyond the horizon for inspiration. The waters surrounding the Vancouver Island restaurant constantly remind the culinary team of its commitment to ocean-fresh sushi and eclectic Japanese cuisine. This island is so integral to the restaurant's identity that even the name stems from the Japanese word for island.
Ngo takes full advantage of his surroundings, showcasing the region's vibrant seafood in the form of elegantly sliced sashimi and gingerly rolled maki packed with tempura prawns, crab, and barbecue eel. The rest of the menu brims with seafood yakisoba noodles, sliced pork tenderloin with ginger sauce, and other iconic Japanese entrees, as well as an assortment of dishes with subtle Western influences, including slow-cooked ribs with a teriyaki-barbecue sauce.
Located inside a historic structure that once housed James Yates, Shima Sushi's decor reflects a similar commitment to fusing Eastern and Western cultures. The exposed Halifax-style stonework along the walls contrasts with the arch-like Japanese toriis and modern pendant lamps. Enormous floor-to-ceiling windows line the front of the restaurant, flooding the dining area and the mezzanine section with enough natural light to jump-start a solar-powered monster truck.