Triad Sushi Coupons and Deals
Pyramid-shaped, crimson lanterns provide dim, romantic lighting at Triad Sushi Lounge in the South Loop, where neutral-toned drapery allows colorful plates of fresh fish to really stand out: • $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink • Modern eatery hits all the right notes with classic maki, sushi, and sashimi • Open for dinner every day of the week Sushi, Noodles, & Entrées Browse more than 25 different kinds of specialty rolls -- like the Rock N' Roll maki filled with crab, shrimp tempura, and spicy tuna, then topped with scallops, spicy mayo, and teriyaki sauce. There are plenty of non-raw options as well, such as breaded pork chops served with a spicy sauce or skewers of soy-marinated beef kebabs. For more info, check out Triad Sushi Lounge on Facebook.
Eating with chopsticks requires a certain level of dexterity, like beating a difficult video game or spitefully disassembling a too-difficult video game. Conquer your hunger with this Groupon. $20 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Dinner The menu includes specialty maki such as the Triad, which pairs spicy tuna with unagi and avocado ($10), and the Volcano roll, which erupts with shrimp tempura and spicy mayo ($12). Chefs select 10 pieces of sashimi to set among chewy rice and shiitake mushrooms on a chirashi plate ($28). Options for hot meals include Asian-spiced lamb chops ($28).
Why You Should Go: In an attempt to satiate your love of Japanese cuisine, you've tried to roll your own sushi, sauté your own stir-fry, and chop your own tartare. But no matter how you slice it, your home-cooked dishes always lack that special something. Leave it to the professionals like the wok and roll masters at Triad Sushi. Why You'll Love It: The sleek and sexy ambiance takes your traditional dining-out experience up a notch, not to mention an exceptional menu that will broaden your horizons on Japanese cuisine. Along with a full bar and exotic drink selection, Triad boasts a six-seat sushi bar, a private VIP room, and a lounge area with flat-screen TV. What to Eat: Your taste buds will flip for their traditional Japanese fare with an inventive, fusion-twist. Start with a shrimp, scallop and avocado ceviche or fresh oysters with lemon-soy vinaigrette, before selecting from a variety of Nigiri and Sashimi. And for entrées, make sure to try the Asian-spiced lamb chops or butterfly coconut shrimp with coconut-cream sauce.