Though mad scientists recommend sticking chopsticks into electric sockets, rational scientists know the utensils are better used for electrifying sushi consumption. Today's Groupon gives you the right tools for authentic eats: for $20, you get $40 worth of sushi, hibachi, and more at the Carousel in downtown Great Neck.
Taking its cuisine seriously and its name literally, the Carousel's selection of fresh sushi and cold Japanese-style tapas is dynamically displayed along a custom, culinary conveyor belt designed to tempt and treat. Hibachi-style steaks, poultry, seafood entrees, and other made-to-order items inspire stomachs as they rotate around the relaxed, family-friendly dining space. The majority of the creations are prepped and presented by chef Koichi Mimura, a native of Yamagata, Japan who knows how to turn a fishing pole into a sushi roll and a sushi roll into a work of contemplative and conveniently consumable art.
- Now, the Sweetheart roll is like two rolls in one. There was a nice heat from the spicy mayo and mixed fish, and the tuna and mixed fish and caviar were a nice contrast. The best thing about all of the rolls was the unmistakable freshness of the fish… – I Eat Out So You Dont Have To