Ru-San's Coupons and Deals
Like the earth, sushi consists of layers and was apparently invented by someone who really liked the ocean. Explore waves of flavor with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine Diners feast from a menu of Japanese delicacies, such as sea-urchin nigiri ($3), tuna and avocado maki ($5.75), yakisoba noodles with vegetables ($6.95), and miso-seared pagoda salmon ($19.95).
Have you ever seen a sake bomb go off inside of a crowded sushi restaurant? Have you ever had an entire kitchen staff greet you like you’re Norm from Cheers when you walked in the door? Do you even know who Norm from Cheers is? No? It’s OK, doesn’t matter. The point is, Ru-San’s is one of the most fun, lively and tasty Japanese restaurants in the Southeast. And now for just $15, you can get more than twice that amount in their award-winning sushi, seafood, sake and whatever else floats your boat on their exhaustive menu (a $30 value). Seriously. If it’s Japanese and you can eat it, Ru-San’s serves it. Sushi is their specialty with literally hundreds of different nigiri, specialty rolls, maki, and tamaki to choose from on the menu. And that’s not even to mention all of the Japanese appetizers, soups, entrees, pasta and noodle dishes, from cups of miso to platters of Udon Bird’s Nest lobster cake with tomato batayaki sauce. Ru-San’s also has a connoisseur’s selection of sake and other big boy beverages to quaff after you light your sinuses on fire once again with the wasabi.
When you really think about it, "sashimi" actually sounds a lot like "sushi me." Make your nigiri needs known when you catch today's deal: Pay $15 for $30 worth of seafood and drinks at Ru-San's. This sushi and seafood restaurant is anchored amidst the hubbub of the Gulch and their vast menu is swimming with fresh specialties like Sea Bass Yakitori and their popular lunch buffet. Fans love the creative rolls, upbeat ambiance, and lively crowd. And when you add in Japanese sake or beer, your evening will really be on a roll. So don't be koi, cruise on over to 12th Avenue and sea what you can see. At 50%, the world really is your oyster. Ahoy! Ru-San is on Facebook.