Once mastered, chopsticks are the most manageable eating utensils, unlike forks, which get mangled in the dishwasher, or fingers, which get lost in the mouths of teething sock puppets. Eat easily with today’s Groupon to Sushi Yoko. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Japanese fare on Thursday or Friday.
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Japanese fare Saturday–Wednesday.
Sushi Yoko’s menu promises exquisitely presented Japanese fare such as teriyaki glazed meats, crispy tempura, and carefully rolled sushi. An appetizer of soft shell crab ($9) or Japanese dumplings ($5) readies mouths for more than 70 sushi options, from fresh white tuna sashimi ($13) to bundled bites such as the crispy california roll ($7) or the sexy roll sprinkled with crab, tuna, salmon, yellow tail, and an enchanting Scottish brogue ($12). Flame-kissed entrees such as the fresh-water eel broiled with unagi sauce ($15) and the breaded beef cutlet with soup or salad ($11) underscore Sushi Yoko’s range of cooked eats.
Sushi chefs clad in all white furiously slice and dice fresh fish behind the brilliantly lit sushi bar as patrons dotted around wood tables and comfortable booths dig into glistening morsels illuminated by delicate hanging lanterns. Outside, wrought iron patio furniture safeguards plates from the effects of gravity, and bamboo stalks arch out of planters dotted with blooms. Although not included in today’s Groupon, Sushi Yoko offers wine tastings, a full bar, including specialty cocktails such as the lychee martini, and an extensive wine and sake menu.
Sushi Yoko combines a clean modernist interior with a classic array of Japanese fare. Their sushi chefs roll simple maki that showcase morsels of eel or tuna, much as plants and sculptures are showcased in the mauve and tan insets along the dining-room walls. Chefs also combine flavors into specialty rolls such as the DFW Tower roll, a medley of crabmeat, avocado, and spicy tuna. Flames lick entrees of una ju, a broiled freshwater eel in unagi sauce, or katsudon, a combination of deep-fried pork loin with veggies, eggs, and house sauce. A broad sushi bar gives ample illumination for diners to admire chefs' artful presentation and the tiny autographs they leave on every grain of rice.
6333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, Texas 76116