Unlike a fork and knife, a pair of chopsticks requires only one hand, allowing you to carbo-load as you break the world record for waving at cars. Say hello to this Groupon.
- $15 for $30 worth of sushi and Japanese dinner
- Check out the full dinner menu.
Yuki Hana Japanese Fusion
Only after arriving in the United States at age 19 did Eddie Chen begin appreciating the cuisine from his homeland Japan. Starting in Long Island, he spent more than 15 years mastering the art of sushi-making in New York City before heading to Florida to open Yuki Hana Japanese Fusion. Using local produce and seafood imported from Japan, Eddie builds inventive sushi rolls from ingredients such as torched escolar, cherry tomatoes, and panko-encrusted oysters. He even assembles sushi fixings into appetizers like the screaming salmon, seared salmon belly served in balsamic vinaigrette alongside caramelized shallots.
Alongside creative rolls, Eddie and his culinary team offer more traditional Japanese flavors, from shrimp in mango chili sauce to oven-roasted sirloin with a soy ginger reduction. Bartenders complement feasts with an extensive selection of wines and sakes, including fruit-flavored sake and sparkling sake, which bubbles up even more if you compliment it.
“The wine list was a little pricey and the food portions were not very big for the cost, but it was very good. ”
“Food and service was wonderful! ”