You can have all kinds of fun with your sushi meal: plug some in your ears as a delicious way of drowning out your noisy neighbors, practice your fishborne juggling techniques or stack your rolls to the heavens and write a song about them! Whatever you choose as your alternate method of sushi enjoyment, just know four out of five chefs recommend sticking to the most common format: visiting Sushi House and enjoying a fantastic meal for a great price. Top it off with a deal good for $30 worth of sushi and Japanese cuisine for just $150.
Apart from such tantalizing rolls as the Alaskan (salmon, cucumber, avocado) or the Godzilla (shrimp tempura, spicy mayo, avocado, unagi), Sushi House offers dozens of evocative sushi and sashimi options, plus bento boxes for lunch or dinner. They also make great noodle plates and have fun appetizers like edamame or gyoza, plus soups and salads. Check out their daily specials!