Though mad scientists recommend sticking chopsticks into electric sockets, rational scientists know the utensils are better used for sushi consumption. Today's Groupon gives you the right tools for authentic eats: for $15, you get $30 worth of authentic Japanese eats at Sakura Japanese Steakhouse.
Sakura dishes out up sumptuous sushi rolls and sizzling hibachi fare inside a modern dining space. Jumpstart grumbling tummies with a taste bud-tingling appetizer, such as pork gyoza dumplings, encased in a doughy cocoon and delicately pan fried ($6). While soup slurpers cleanse palates with mouthwatering miso spoonfuls ($2), sushi minimalists can savor fresh slabs of salmon sashimi ($2.75). Signature rolls satiate cylindrical mouth holes vis-a-vis tuna-topped rainbow rolls ($9) and soft-shell-crab-stuffed spider rolls ($8). Treat well-behaving tummies to filet mignon and lobster hibachi ($29) or indulge meatless yearnings with sizzling veggies ($13) as wide-eyed diners gather 'round the grill to watch hibachi chefs doubly defy mothers by playing with fire and their food.
Hibachi dinner entrees are accompanied by a shrimp appetizer, soup, vegetable, and fried rice, and all meals can be paired with lively libations from the drink menu. Souse sweltering tongues with a frosty Sapporo beer ($4 for 12 oz.) or splash faces with a bucket of soy sauce to cool down after a hot meal.
-   - The restaurant has an intimate feel to itsoft blue lighting, a black granite bar, and flagstone and faux-bamboo providing the bulk of the decor. A room off to the left holds a couple of larger hibachi tables, while the main dining area houses the sushi bar, the regular bar and a cluster of tables. Sakura prides itself in offering both sushi and hibachi, with popular menu items in both areas. Lark Reynolds, Metromix
-   - Excellent food and friendly staff. I loved the shrimp and lobster. Highly recommended!! Amanda, Google Maps
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