Zuma Sushi Coupons and Deals
Consider Zuma Toco Hills a gateway drug to hard-core raw fish sushi eatin’. This Zuma has a fuller, much larger kitchen, and they're not afraid to use it. Think more hot entrees and Korean influences, noodle bowls, and much more, so the raw fish noobs out there can indulge right alongside their sashimi-loving cohorts. Sushi lovers, don’t fret: while this Zuma has amped up the menu to include more hot plates like chicken teriyaki and Korean bulgogi, you’ll still find your favorite rollsfavorites like the Zuma Roll (whole piece of BBQ eel on top of a roll filled with snow crab, mayo and avocado) and the Trust Me Roll (thinly sliced yellowtail and spicy mayo over a spicy tuna roll, torched).For the amateurs out there? Ease into things with a California roll or two. Along with the specialty rolls, Zuma also offers some more “standard” roll combos and à la carte options. And for those who just can't resist trying a little of everything? Can't argue with Zuma's $15 all-you-can-eat sushi special during lunch on the weekdays. Like we said, it's the perfect place for the aforementioned folks who want to ease in to things. Pick up those chopsticks with confidence... and you’ll be ordering those big hunks of eel in no time. Menu Highlights: California Roll, $4.99 Spicy Tuna Roll, $4.99 Shrimp Tempura Roll, $4.99 Super Crunch Roll, $9.99 Zuma Roll, $10.99 Hours: Monday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday 11:30 a.m. - 11p.m. Saturday, 12 p.m. - 11 p.m. Sunday, 12 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Great sushi transcends gustatory boundaries and enters the realm of art. Such is the case at Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar, where fresh ingredients are swirled together with delicate brushstrokes of imagination. Begin your meal with an appetizer, perhaps an order of Edamame or Shumai (steamed Japanese dumplings). Peruse Zuma’s vast sake menu and select the perfect chilled drink--we recommend something dry, with a touch of aromatic mandarin or mango rice on the nose and a clean, spicy finish. Sushi choices range from traditional rolls like the California to unique chef’s specialties like the signature Zuma roll (barbecued eel, caviar and Alaskan snow crab on an avocado roll). Whatever you order, rest assured that your meal will exceed expectations and be served in an elegant, intimate setting.
Much like ice sculptures and chandeliers full of Roman candles, sushi must avoid open flames at all costs. Savor the delicacy of unfired cuisine with this Groupon. $12 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Sake Sushi and sashimi starts at $4, the lobster tempura roll runs $14, and, at the Toco Hills location, Korean-style short ribs are $16.50. Hot and cold sake is available to wash selections down ($5.50). See the menu. Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar's chefs slice ocean-fresh seafood before hungry eyes at an open bar, spotlighting the skill necessary to create artfully ...