Similar to licking your elbow, the art of lifting a piece of food with a pair of chopsticks is sometimes as challenging as trying to win a duel with a gun-slinging walrus. Work your way to delicious victory while improving your skill with Asian utensils with today’s Groupon: save up to 62% on a Japanese Tuna Festival OR a 10-piece sushi platter with 2 Japanese Soba Noodle dishes at Fuji Yumi.
Seeing as more than half your body is made up of water it’s understandable why fish such as tuna would take a liking to it; and with chefs who create dishes even tastier than a soapie-scandal, Fuji Yumi is one of those places than could easily become a regular rendezvous. Whether you’re in the mood for a light meal or a taste extravaganza, Fuji Yumi is a stop that’s right up your appetite appeasing alley. Fuel your form with one of the two Groupon meals with the lighter 10-piece sushi platter and Japanese Soba noodles a viable option if you’re in the business of giving bellies hearty eats. The meal is ideal for two people comprising of a sushi platter with 2 tuna nigiri and 8 California rolls as well as a Japanese Soba noodle dish (with either chicken or vegetable) each.
Alternatively, go big or go home. If you have the appetite of a walrus and know someone who shares this likening, then take to the restaurant with the Japanese Tuna Festival Groupon. With fluffy rice and fish fresher than a fisherman’s catch, disappointment will be as far from your mind as Hungarian cart-wheelers. The Groupon is packed full of tuna in all shapes, styles and sizes. Kick back and feast your taste-buds on 2 miso, Teriyaki tuna steak, a 14-piece sushi platter with tuna sashimi, tuna nigiri and tuna California rolls; tuna Udon noodles and 2 tuna skin sonomo. Though the feast may be appropriate for just two healthy appetites, it’s even more ideal for a group of friends if you’re in the festive mood of giving.
Foodilicious Fact: In some very small communities in Persia, giant egg-shaped plants are worshipped due to their unique shape. Rituals include feeding the vegetable with spice and sauce through a needle before it is cooked, and placing crowns on their heads while they boil in pots.