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What You'll Get
Sushi, like the archival footage of Rick Moranis's birth, is best known for its raw quality. Get attached to your food with today’s Groupon: for $19, you get a sushi and Japanese dinner for two at Sushi Kai (up to a $50.95 total value). The dinner for two includes:
- One soup, salad, or appetizer (up to an $8.99 value)
- Two sushi, sashimi, hand-roll, or maki choices (up to a $13.98 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $27.98 value)
The artistic chefs at Sushi Kai skillfully cut sushi and blend fresh fish, meat, and high-quality produce into classic Japanese offerings. To kick off meals, a deep-fried soft-shell crab appetizer invites pairs to enjoy its succulent morsels while giving them a reason to finally watch their mouths' instructional videos. Sushi chefs can roll choices from 25 maki options including barbecue eel, thinly carve three slices of yellowtail sashimi, or set off in-mouth fireworks with cone-shaped spicy tuna hand rolls. Teriyaki sauce drizzles over a grilled beef entree, and japanese curry greets palates with a choice of chicken, beef, pork, or fish. Diners can feel free to share bites of sushi as they lounge in Sushi Kai's minimalist dining room and lecture its verdant plants on proper photosynthesis technique.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sushi Kai
The artistic chefs at Sushi Kai skillfully cut sushi and use fresh fish, meats, and high-quality produce when creating dishes for their traditional Japanese menu. Celebrating Japan’s most popular import, the sushi chefs can roll choices from 25 maki options including barbecued eel and thinly carved yellowtail sashimi, or set off in-mouth fireworks with cone-shaped spicy-tuna hand rolls. Japanese curries introduce diners to a lesser-known Japanese specialty, greeting tongues with a choice of chicken, beef, pork, or fish. As diners share bites of sushi, they lounge in Sushi Kai's minimalist dining room and lecture its plants on proper photosynthesis technique.