Raw fish, like snowballs, must be rolled with care before being thrown at a school superintendent for refusing to call a snow day. Enjoy well-crafted, conveniently projectile edibles with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Asian fusion fare at Wasabi Asian Fusion Sushi & Hibachi.
Wasabi Asian Fusion Sushi & Hibachi's culinary mixmasters perform tableside pyrotechnics at hibachi grills, tightly wrap sushi rolls, and spice up thai noodles and other pan-Asian delicacies. The lengthy sushi menu includes simple rolls of tuna or salmon ($4 each) as well as more intricate rolls such as the Po Boy roll ($13)—tender snow crab, tempura shrimp, soft-shell crab, and cucumber wrapped in a diaphanous soybean paper and gifted to eager mouths. Like clown cars, the L.S.U. roll, a blend of snow crab, cheese, and crawfish masago ($13), proves that cramming multiple things into a small space is a good idea. Salad, shrimp, fried rice, and noodles chaperone sizzling surf 'n' turf hibachi combinations such as steak and scallops ($23) and chicken and shrimp ($20). One Night in Bangkok's butter-fried soft-shell crab ($16) affords patrons the opportunity to taste new Thai flavors without having to update their passports.
Wasaki Asian Fusion Sushi & Hibachi
At Wasaki Asian Fusion Sushi & Hibachi, chefs perform acrobatic fiery feats at tableside hibachi grills, carefully wrap sushi rolls, and skillfully throw spices on noodles and pan-Asian dishes using their nondominant hands. In the dining area, the tableside hibachi grills showcase the skills of staffers as they flip and sizzle meat and veggies in front of mesmerized eaters. Though many of the eatery's dishes contain meat, the menu also houses an array of entrees with tofu and vegetables, perfect for assembling colorful dioramas of the rainforest.