New Coupons for Mt. Fuji Restaurant in Denver

Mt Fuji Restaurant Denver CouponIf you are in the mood for hibachi or sushi, then Mt Fuji restaurant may be the place for you.  Located on 601 Grant Street (not far from 6th & speer), Mt Fuji offers Hibachi favorites including chicken, shrimp, steak & seafood along with a wide selection of sushi rolls.

Now, ValPak online is offering two coupons that will save you 20% off your total bill for dinner and 15% off your total bill during lunch hours.

The online reviews for Mt Fuji are pretty consistent.  Yelp, Grubhub, UrbanSpoon & FourSquare all have the restaurant at a 3.5 to 3.8 overall rating.  Most of the negative reviews complained about the service at the restaurant. The food was generally well received.

 

Sushi Deals in Denver – 3.27.15

I don’t know if there is a more divisive cuisine in the United States than Sushi.  Some people love it and some won’t go near it. If you are one of the individuals that love sushi, then there are a number of Groupon & Living Social deals floating around this week (as of 3.27.15)

Zo Shusi & Thai in Broomfield has a pair of deals on Groupon, one giving a $15 dining deal for $9 and the other offering $30 in food for $17.  Zo Shusi & Thai has some favorable ratings on Google (4 stars off 38 reviews), UrbanSpoon.com (4 stars off 130 reviews) & Yelp (3.5 stars off 77 reviews).

For residents in the Aurora & Stapleton areas, Blue Fin Sushi has a pair of Groupon offers. The first is a $30 dining credit for $17, while the other is $40 worth of food for $23. However, online reviews for Blue Fin Sushi are mixed, as Google, UrbanSpoon & Yelp all report an average rating of 3 stars. Their Nigiri Sushi & Standard Rolls average about $5.50, while their Tempura Rolls are a bit higher, so $30-$40 should be enough for a party of two.

Living Social has a good deal for Japon Sushi, offering $24 worth of sushi for $12. Located in Westminster, Japon Sushi has strong online ratings, boasting an average 4-star rating on Google, UrbanSpoon & Yelp. Most of their individual rolls cost about $4.50, but they have Sushi dinners from $17.99 and special rolls starting at $9.95. In all likelihood, your bill might be more than the $24 credit, but still a good value given the strong ratings.

Living Social also has a deal on Sushi Hai, located in the Highlands. This deal is also a 50% savings, allowing for $40 worth of food for $20.  Sushi Hai has mixed online ratings, with a number of reviewers saying its a little overpriced. Some thought the food was good, while others thought it was just ok, so buyer beware.