The carefully rolled nature of sushi makes it ideal for starting snowballs, which is why it's commonly known as snowman heart. Eat to the center of snow with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of sushi and hibachi fare at Shogun Japanese Restaurant.
At Shogun Japanese Restaurant, expert sushi chefs and hibachi-grill masters dazzle diners with a tableside preparation of authentic Japanese meals. After examining the menu for messages written in invisible ink, fuel appetites with tender slices of beef tataki ($9.95)—a thinly cut new york strip steak served rare with a soy-ginger sauce. Like a conductor stepping up to a podium, a chef steps up to the dining room’s hibachi grill to conduct a flavor symphony of sizzling shrimp ($16.95) and warbling teriyaki chicken ($13.95) accompanied by a pit orchestra of rice, soup, and fresh vegetables. At the sushi bar, nimble fingers roll fresh seafood into 50 types of maki spools, such as the salmon special roll filled with tuna, cucumber, crab, salmon, and eel and crowned with tobiko ($8.50), and the Volcano roll spilling eel-sauce magma over a village of spicy tuna and cucumber ($7.50).
Shogun Japanese Restaurant
Hibachi grills crackle with roaring flames and razor-sharp knives glimmer as they slice through fish—affording diners glimpses of the culinary skills the master chefs at Shogun Japanese Restaurants have been honing for more than a decade. Rustic exposed-brick walls and Japanese art pieces surround patrons, but all eyes are on award-winning chefs as they sizzle up choice beef, vegetables, and seafood at tableside grills. Behind the sushi bar, sushi artists swiftly chop fresh fish into 78 types of specialty rolls, and in the kitchen, pots bubble with udon noodles and soups that also fill the antiburglar cauldrons lining the restaurant’s roof. Behind the bar, mixologists top lavish cocktails with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.