When you think of sushi, affordable’s probably not the first word that comes to mind. Sushi Hachi has a reputation for being more of an upscale joint, but they actually have a lot of great deals available on their menu. They’re currently open for contactless pickup and delivery from 11:30-9:30PM daily and offer everything from sashimi to noodle bowls.
For those of you looking to get the most bang for your buck, you’ll want to get Sushi Hachi’s ROYAL Chirashi set, featuring 14 pieces of the freshest sashimi available that day, all served over a bed of sushi rice. And it’s only $35, which is shockingly affordable since they’re giving you quite a bit of food.
On top of this dope deal, they also offer various speciality rolls. We’ve only had the pleasure of trying their Alaska Roll – made with shrimp tempura and avocado, then topped with salmon, eel sauce, onion sauce and tomato salsa – but it was absolutely delicious. If you’re looking for other recommendations, we hear great things about their volcano and dragon rolls so let us know what you think if you try before we do.
If you’re not in the mood for sushi, Sushi Hachi’s udon is a wonderful choice. It’s only $9, and it comes with a handful of perfectly fried tempura. Expect 3-4 pieces with one large shrimp and other goodies like zucchini, onion and more!
The broth’s light yet flavorful, and the noodles are nice and firm. Enjoy it with one of their speciality rolls or have it as a light meal for lunch or dinner. And make sure you get an extra order of their shrimp tempura to share…or enjoy by yourself.
They’re also offering two 4-course deals at fantastic prices. At $28, the “chef’s sushi platter” comes with edamame, miso soup, snapper miso ceviche, 3 pieces of nigiri (tuna, kanpachi, and salmon), and a daily roll (4 pieces). For just a dollar more, you can get their tasting platter, which comes with edamame, miso soup, veggie tempura, and a beautiful chirashi bowl made with 10 pieces of the freshest sashimi in store that day. So, who’s excited to go and get their sushi on?
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