If humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature’s logic with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of sushi, hibachi, noodles, drinks and more at Soya Sushi Bar & Bistro in Virginia Beach.
Soya Sushi serves up sensory overload via the scents, tastes, textures, and colors associated with the art of sushi. In Soya's colorful, open and airy oceanfront arena, shoot an oyster ($3.95) and flex flavor brawn with baked green mussels ($9.95). Share a sushi and sashimi plate stuffed to the gills with eight nigiris and a medley of raw fish, served with soup and salad ($25). Indulge with an ahi steak ($18.95), giant prawns with garlicy butter-goodness ($18.95), or chicken teriyaki with seasonal veggies ($13.95). Soya's array of menus also includes noodles and salads, hibachi, and sushi a la carte. Master chefs prepare each dish to-order and with the same care and precision as a professional Humpty Dumpty repairman.
- Soya is cool and quiet a nice getaway from the hubub of the boardwalk everything is amazing there. – Ben fay, Urbanspoon
Soya Sushi Bar & Bistro
Whether they're delicately rolling rice around veggies and seafood or arranging a visually arresting plate, Soya Sushi Bar & Bistro's culinary experts approach every step of their sushi making with artistry. They fill rolls with ingredients such as quail eggs and fatty tuna and craft california roll variations such as the Lion King, a cali roll with caviar sauce, which never fails to send guests home with a hankering for Elton John's unique brand of adult-contemporary piano rock. Sushi aside, chefs douse Chilean sea bass in a sweet miso sauce, whip up classic tempura udon, and pair stir-fried veggies with hibachi-style lobster tail, chicken, and scallops. Meals unfold in the oceanfront restaurant's serene dining room, which surrounds guests with Japanese-inspired decor.
Northeast Virginia Beach
225 Laskin Rd.
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451Get Directions