Ludlow Global Fusion Coupons and Deals
When you sit down amid the decadent Ludlow ambiance, you’ll be offered your choice of Japanese beer and, of course, sake, served either warm or chilled. Though some aficionados will tell you the smooth, rice-based liquor is best served cold, most Far East historians would disagree. This heated debate continued for years until a wise Ludlow staff member concluded that an individual's notion of “better” is merely a matter of opinion. Thus, the Ludlow staff decided to leave the choice to you, making both the hot and cold sake options available. Their sushi and sashimi is renowned as well, and their servings will not disappoint. But regardless of whether or not you’re hot or cold on the idea of sushi, you can satisfy both temperature variations with Ludlow’s sake.
The dot-com bubble may have burst back in 2000, but luckily, there's nothing overinflated about the price of today's deal: Spend $69 (a $150 value) and get a 2.5-hour sushi and sake class for two at Ludlow Global Fusion, which includes two sushi rolls and a small sake or sake bomb for each participant. Curated by renowned chef Tokijiro Yamada, the menu includes a Garden Zen roll and a Fiery Shrimp Roll, both of which you'll learn to make yourself. This new Cupertino Japanese fusion restaurant is the product of Yamada's mastery of ingredients and techniques gleaned from his world travels. Slip inside his intimate eatery for a Saturday or Monday session, and you'll be sauntering around Silicon Valley with a satisfied stomach and a full wallet. Want more? Check out Ludlow Global Fusion on Facebook.
Fusing international cuisines creates provocative new dishes, whereas fusing international languages still just sounds like Latin. Savor flavors without borders with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $35 for a tapas-style prix fixe meal for two (a $77 total value) Two bagna cauda tapas (an $18 value) Two katsu chicken tapas with four sauces (a $22 value) Two spicy-noodle pasta tapas (a $22 value) Two sake cocktails (a $7.50 value each) $79 for an eight-course prix fixe meal for two (a $159.50 total value) Two garlic edamame (an $11 value) Two beef tataki (a $19.50 value) Two tiradito (a $25 ...