What You'll Get
When early stegocephalians crawled from their watery confines onto chilly terrain, they covered themselves in heat-retaining rice layers, causing trendy tree dwellers to mistake them for tasty treats. Sample evolved sushi creations with today’s Groupon. For $20, you get $40 worth of Japanese fare at Sushi Rika, located in Nob Hill.
Like the tectonic layers of our combustible planet’s crust, sushi stacks flavorful ingredients that erupt with explosive taste when agitated by the movement of toothy fault plates. Sushi Rika’s menu offers a varied selection of modern Japanese cuisine and delectable sushi tidbits. Bait chopstick pincers with an artfully crafted specialty roll, such as the Godzilla roll with unagi, cream cheese, and jalapeno ($11.95), or the India express roll with shiro maguro, yellowtail, scallion, and curry powder ($9.95). Sushi and sashimi options pair rice and fresh fish with the tantalizing simplicity of an edible abacus, offering squid nigiri pieces ($4.25) and a 12-piece mix of sashimi ($20.95). Appetizers include taste-bud-revving bites such as fried oysters ($8.95) and gyoza ($5.95), while dinner options flash flavorful plates such as beef udon or soba noodles ($11.95) and charbroiled chicken teriyaki ($12.95). Additionally, a convenient central location provides plenty of free parking for amphibious vehicles and seahorses.
Nowadays, cuisine preparation employs a head-spinning array of preparatory techniques that include slow roasting, laser fusion, and teleporting dishes from one telepod to the other. At Sushi Rika, diners will enjoy a fusion of simple ingredients that produce complex flavors, without resorting to proton-charged culinary fission that produces dangerous clouds of floating mushrooms.
- The sushi is fresh, delicious, creative, and reasonably priced. The atmosphere is also clean and hip. – pookybrew, Citysearch
- creative rolls, fair prices, nice house music...there is a seared tuna salad that is also awesome. good, well-priced sake as well. friendly staff. there is enough variety on the menu for anyone to eat there regularly and not get bored. – moey, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 6, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. Dine-in only. Not valid for Happy Hour specials or for other offers. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.