- Pay $35 for a 40-piece sushi platter and squid seaweed salads for 2
- Platter includes: Drake Roll ($15.95 value), Hoshi Roll ($13.95 value), Tuna Special ($7.50 value), Alaska Roll ($6.95 value), YellowTail special ($7.95 value), Tuna Nigiri ($4.50 value), Salmon Nigiri ($3.95 value), Seaweed salad ($5.25 value) and Squid salad ($7.95 value)
- May purchase multiples for self and as gifts
- Open Mondays-Thursdays 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 5-9 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.; Sundays 3-8 p.m.
- Promotion Expires March 1, 2013
Interested in something exotic? Set aside the heartland staples and take a quick trip to the Orient. Today's deal gives you the chance to go international at 50% off. At Hoshi Sushi Lounge, which serves up Japanese and Thai cuisine—including plenty of vegetarian meals—take a walk on the culinary wild side. Hoshi's seemingly endless menu of specialty rolls are sampled in the 40 piece platter that's perfect for date night. Straight-forward fare? Nope. As the owner says, "Sushi is delicious. Sushi is nutritious. But most of all, sushi is about fun!"
Located on University Avenue in the Drake neighborhood, Hoshi Sushi Lounge is home to the city's sushi Godfather, Sushi Master La Tran. When diners come to his 'house,' he strives to make the experience friendly, inviting and, most of all, tasty. 'I won't serve what I won't eat,' La Tran says, 'so it has to be done right.'
$35 for a 40 piece sushi platter and salads for 2
- May purchase multiples for self and as gifts. Certificate valid for dine-in only; not valid for take-out. Valid only for sushi platter; no substitutions. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Gratuity should be based on original bill before discount. Certificate cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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Chef and owner La Tran has been cooking for most of his life. In his younger years, his father owned a Chinese restaurant in Laos. Tran came to Iowa in 1979 and, in his teens, he worked at the Mandarin Chinese Restaurant in Beaverdale.