Today’s Groupon lets you get your fill of soy-dunked delights without resorting to chugging another bottle of soy sauce. For $15, you’ll get $35 worth of eastern hemisphere vittles at Northwest Houston’s Tenshi Sushi and Japanese Noodle, a friendly sushi shack located off Jones Road.
Temper your ravenous tummy rumbles with an order of pork-stuffed gyoza, an international upgrade from Hot Pockets ($4). For dinner, you can get as creative as a child left unattended in a vat of play dough: daintily nosh on a demure cucumber salad ($2), miso soup ($2), and daikon (pickled Japanese radish) ($2), or shamelessly gobble crispy pork cutlet ($13). Sushi seekers have an additional menu of enticing options, including handrolls, maki, and sashimi. If your appetite’s still waxing after appetizers, try the moon river roll: tuna, cucumber, and crunch topped with a yellowtail bow ($10). If you’re not satisfied with the 60-plus options, you can create your own specialty roll in which your choices are limited only by your imagination and a finite number of options.
WiFi-friendly Tenshi is open until 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, until 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and until 6 p.m. on Sunday. Get this Groupon to quash late-night cravings or help increase gastro-intestinal tract function.
- A small, intimate sushi restaurant that is PERFECT. Husband and I love this place. Great, fresh food, wonderful service and fantastic sushi rolls. –BeccaChu, Citysearch
- Best sushi anywhere, great service, Tenshi is simply the best! How do you say “We love this place" in 5 different languages?! –RockinR, Google
Unhealthy Sushi to Roll With
Sushi is a healthy alternative to the normal restaurant fare such as burgers and pizza. However, depending on what stuffs your sushi, you can turn a healthy meal into an unhealthy meal. Here are some least-healthy sushi rolls:
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Roll
- Thumbtacks and Blasting Caps Roll
- Inappropriate Dosage of Anesthesia Roll
- Meat? Roll
- The Corey Haim Roll
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