What You'll Get
One of the cardinal rules of a party is Always have more than enough food for everyone, a rule superseded only by Never mix alcohol with access to a particle accelerator. Secure sustenance for all revelers with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $169 for a 268-piece sushi platter for 10–20 people (a $370 value)
- $1,199 for two hours of full-service catering for 20–50 people with 500 pieces of sushi (a $3,000 value)
- $1,599 for two hours of full-service catering for 50–100 people with 800 pieces of sushi (a $3,800 value)
The 286-piece sushi platter lets guests feast upon 20 pieces of sushi, 40 pieces of sashimi, 112 pieces of fish maki rolls, and 96 pieces of vegetable maki rolls. Patrons can pick up their party platter any day of the week or have it delivered on Friday. Parties with full-service catering include two sushi chefs who prepare sushi and sashimi rolls at the event in an “impressionist plating style” for a stunning visual effect. Catering hosts must be within a 1.5-hour driving distance from the Brooklyn headquarters and provide two 6’x3’ tables to set up the sushi station.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Full-service catering options are valid for catering within 1.5hr driving distance from Brooklyn. Electrical power hook up and water access required for catering options. 268-piece option valid for pick-up anytime; valid for delivery only on Fridays below 100th Street in Manhattan and in Brooklyn. Reservation required 72hrs in advance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Yuki Sushi and Siam Thai
Though executive chef Eichiro Karahana has studied at The Culinary Institute of New York and other gourmet cooking academies, he can also thank his genes for giving him more culinary prowess. The grandson of an accomplished chef, Karahana left a position at a well-regarded restaurant in Tokyo to seek new challenges and opportunities as a chef in New York City. He displays his creativity, passion, and meticulous approach in a menu that balances fresh sushi and traditional Thai fare.
In addition to hand rolls and carefully sliced sashimi, the chef rolls creative combinations such as the Crazy Tuna roll, stuffed with spicy crunchy tuna and topped with pepper tuna, or the Fancy roll, a core of strawberry, mango, and eel served in a limousine. The restaurant’s Thai side embraces the flame so feared by sushi chefs to create dishes that include crispy red snapper, duck-noodle soup, and spicy massaman curry. Yuki Sushi and Siam Thai also provides catering to the New York metro area, sending sushi chefs and elegantly plated assortments of fresh fish to parties or pelican conventions.