Teriyaki Restaurant Deals in Houston
Why You Should Go: In an attempt to satiate your love of Japanese cuisine, you've attempted 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 seem to lack that special punch. Some things are best left to the professionals, like the culinary masters at Rising Sun Sushi & Asian Fusion Restaurant in Humble. What You Should Know: A friendly atmosphere, attentive staff and creative menu separate Rising Sun from all the rest. Classic dishes like Yaki Udon and Beef Teriyaki meet unusual Japanese plates like the Macadamia Crusted Halibut and the Black Angus Rib-Eye Garlic Steak. Of course the main draw here is the sushi – prepared fresh daily – and you’ll find all your favorite rolls, plus innovative new options with ingredients like crawfish, Doritos flakes, jalapeno and kiwi.
Like a gentle dragon or the earth itself, a falafel's rough exterior belies its inner warmth. Crunch through outer shells with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $10 for $20 worth of Mediterranean food for two or more $20 for $40 worth of Mediterranean food for four or more The menu includes a falafel sandwich ($6.99), chicken kebabs ($10.99/skewer), baked salmon ($16.99), and stir-fried beef in sweet or teriyaki sauce ($15.99). In addition, the lamb chops ($25.99) and steak topped with mushrooms and onions ($34.99) are top-selling entrees.
Thanks to La Colombe d'Or Hotel, we'll always have Paris. At this charming converted mansion on Montrose Boulevard, works by "1920s in Paris" artists like Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí adorn the gallery walls, and original 1700s-era panels sourced from a French country chateau outfit Le Grand Salon. It's in the latter room or the on-site, five-room restaurant -- Restaurant CINQ -- where you'll dine on gourmet fare to the sound of live lounge music with today's offer: Pay $140 for a seat at a six-course prix-fixe meal on Saturday, December 22. Passed hor d'oeuvres of beef negimaki with green onions and teriyaki sauce; tuna tartar with chopped fennel, scallions, and cucumber water; and sautéed shrimp with cocktail sauce will prep diners' palates for the main event: a sophisticated six-course dinner. The menu (see below) features a mix of classical and modern European cuisine styled by chef German Mosquera, who runs the hotel's Zagat-rated kitchen. Enjoy a revolution for your taste buds and partake in joie de vivre with this French-infused evening.