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What You'll Get
Sushi is a throwback to the days before opossums traded their fire-making skills for mankind’s ability to hang upside down. Get your fill of fire-free fare with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of sushi and other savory sustenance at SWORDfish in Batavia. SWORDfish serves fresh, high-quality Japanese dishes in a relaxed but refined atmosphere. Craft your own mealsperience with a variety of nigiri and sashimi ($2–$5), or select a sushi combo to hoard or share ($16–$39). Classic and specialty maki rolls, such as the Ocean's 13 ($18) and Crunchy Muffy ($16), make excellent tummy-stuffers and very poor baseball bats. A bevy of lobster, swordfish, and steak entrees is also available, as well as eclectic martinis like the Asian Pear and Sexy Lady. Sushi and good times are consumed in equal quantities in SWORDfish’s elegant red-and-black dining space or from the comfy couches of the intimate lounge area.
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- At the sushi bar, the chefs are eager to explain the dishes on the menu as well as their personal favorites. The dishes are fresh, well prepared, and presented in an inviting manner – IllinoisFamilydude, TripAdvisor
- The atmosphere here is fantastic! The decor is great and the background music is good. Great place to go on a date. – Ben M., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid toward lunch specials or buffet night. Not valid 12/31, 2/14, or 5/8. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
The aesthetically inclined chefs at Swordfish special order fish from overseas, then compose the fresh fillets into a variety of grilled entrees, sashimi, and artfully presented sushi. Colorful sauces and garnishes accent the gentle pastels of seafood dishes, and crunchy golden sprinkles attract desperate leprechauns from the tops of rolls such as the calamari tempura.
Swordfish's bartenders pour out warm sake or line stemware with one of the house's wines or signature martinis, encouraging the swelling sounds of conversation during evening dinners or weekday happy hours. The sounds of mingling patrons bounce off of the dining room's crimson walls, adorned with contemporary murals and artwork, as the crackling fireplace emits tendrils of heat.