What You'll Get
Though mad scientists recommend sticking chopsticks into electric sockets, rational scientists know the utensils are better used for sushi consumption. Today's Groupon gives you the right tools for authentic eats: for $15, you get $30 worth of Japanese cuisine at Shonos in City on Market Square. Shonos in City serves up lunch, dinner, and satiating sushi in its cozily contemporary confines and boasts a variety of unique dishes and flavorings. Midday munchers can feast on the plum chicken entrée ($7.29), featuring hibachi style chicken teeming with veggies and highlighted in a spice-filled plum sauce, while Wednesday through Sunday dinner diners can sign up for Willy's special entrée ($10.99), a bevy of garden residents like cabbage and zucchini rallying around charismatic strips of chicken and beef at a town hall meeting of tastiness; sushi enthusiasts will delight in menu options like the crazy rock and roll ($12), an eccentrically electric barbershop quartet of eel, shrimp, salmon, and crab on a raucous tour bus of cucumber and avocado.
The blog the Sunsphere is Not a Wigshop reviewed Shono's in the City. Seventy-two percent of more than eighty Urbanspooners recommend the restaurant. Though patrons are polarized about the sushi, five Yelpers give Shono's in the City an average rating of three stars.
- The "Kamikaze" is flash-fried tuna, cucumber, spicy sauce, topped w/ crushed red peppers. Spicy is good, especially when accompanied by a cold beer. – pol, Sunsphere is Not a Wigshop
- another thing i love about them is that I go to UT and have a few friends that dont eat sushi, Shonos offers a full hibachi grill, (try the eddie's special.) – joe csta, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table, limit 1 per visit. Not valid toward all you can eat sushi night or daily specials. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.