Get the scoop about Saiko-i Sushi Lounge & Hibachi menu, special promotions, and just plain family fun. Don’t forget to watch my IGTV video of our Saiko-i Family Fun Night in Boca Raton. There is a slow-motion scene you won’t want to miss.
It’s been a tough two weeks getting into the Back to School routine. My kids are working so hard and really trying to get up on time, do their homework and keep up with all of their other responsibilities.
I felt like we were in need of a Family Fun Night. It’s been part of our Back to School mantra making sure we play hard but have fun as well.
When trying to pick the perfect place, I wanted to make sure that it was a new experience for the family. I’m all about experiences this year.
I surprised my family and went to Saiko-i Sushi Lounge & Hibachi in Boca Raton, Florida.
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ABOUT SAIKO-I SUSHI LOUNGE AND HIBACHI
Saiko-i–which means “awesome” in Japanese–truly lives up to its name. That’s what my kids thought after their first Saiko-i hibachi experience.
Situated in the 7000-square-foot space that was formerly home to Gatsby’s, hosts an expansive dining room, bar seating, private booths, outdoor patio seating and hibachi tables.
The menu offers everything Sushi, sashimi, and specialty rolls along with appetizers, noodle dishes, and memorable main plates.
Co-owners and husband-and-wife-team, Chef Jason Zheng and Tina Wang, are dedicated to serving delicious dishes that are comprised of the highest quality ingredients and providing wonderful customer service.
They are hospitality professionals who also own Yakitori Sake House–which they opened in October of 2011 located in Royal Palm Place in Boca Raton.
Hibachi Family Fun
Hibachi is more than a style of dining; it is an experience!
Hibachi is the cooking of meat, vegetable and seafood dishes on a high-heat, metal cooking plate.
At Saiko-i, we had Jeff, a gifted hibachi chef, entertain us with his knife skills and cooking finesse.
The kids menu featured Hibachi options like chicken, New York steak, shrimp and salmon. You can order soup or salad along with steamed rice.
My oldest was obsessed with the ginger dressing on her salad.
She ate the salad.
And my other tried the fried rice which had egg and veggies.
Individual hibachi entrees, such as filet mignon, lobster tails, duck breast, shrimp, chicken, Big Eye tuna, New York Strip Steak, scallops, or wild Scottish salmon are available.
My husband and I opted for the combination entrees. I can never make up my mind when ordering and I didn’t want to share.
Favorite combos entrees include lobster and filet mignon chicken and filet mignon, lobster, shrimp, and scallops; and filet mignon, chicken, and shrimp.
Each hibachi entree–whether it is a single entree or a combination entree–is served with clear mushroom soup, a house salad with ginger dressing, two pieces of shrimp, hibachi veggies, and steamed white rice.
Saiko-I Sushi Lounge & Hibachi SPECIAL PROMOTIONS
Hibachi Sunset Dining Special
This is offered Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. from August 1, 2019, through October 31, 2019.
Each diner, who orders one hibachi entree, and two beverages (soda, wine, beer, sake, specialty cocktails) may order a second hibachi entree for 50 percent off (for an entree of the same price or a lesser price).
During both daily Happy Hours, well drinks are $5; draft beer is $5; hot sake is $6; and cocktails are $7 (Lychee Martini, Asian Pear Prickly, Pear Margarita, Miami Vice, and Cucumber Mule).
Plenty of yummy appetizers at prices that are easy on the wallet include; Spicy Tuna Biscuit, $8; Salmon Jalapeno with Ponzu Sauce, $8; pork or vegetable gyoza (fried dumpling) $5; Bang Bang Shrimp, $7 (crispy shrimp tempura with spicy mayo); spring roll, $4; tacos (2) with salmon, tuna, whitefish, and avocado, and yuzu mango salsa, $6.
Additionally, there are plenty of specialty rolls, including the tuna roll, the salmon roll, and the California roll all $5 each.
Daily Promotions at Saiko-i include:
Monday – Two specialty rolls for $22
Tuesday – Tito’s Mules for $6 each
Wednesday – Ladies’ Night is 7:00 p.m. – close, with special drinks and a DJ spinning tunes
Thursday – Wine Down with 30 percent off of select bottles of wine and sake during dinner
Friday – A DJ spins tunes
Dim Sum & Asian Tapas Brunch on Saturday and Sunday served 11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. with plenty of delicious menu items ranging from $5 – $15 per item.
Order from an array of dumplings and gyozas (Crystal Shrimp, Peking duck, pork, pan-fried Wagyu beef, etc.); avocado toast (with salmon tartare or shrimp); blue crab fajitas; tacos (lobster and shrimp or salmon tartare); buns (short rib or roasted duck); lobster and shrimp shumai; and Korean pancakes (with seafood or veggies).
Bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Peach Bellinis, for $15, per person, during brunch (with the purchase of one brunch item or one specialty roll).
Their main plates include Peking Duck with scallion pancakes to Crispy Beef with Oranges and Tangerine Peel. Along with an array of dumplings and gyozas (including Crystal Shrimp, crispy lobster and shrimp.
WATCH OUR VIDEO OF OUR FAMILY NIGHT OUT
Saiko-i Sushi Lounge & Hibachi is located at 5970 S.W. 18th Street, Suite E4, at the Shoppes at Village Pointe in Boca Raton, Florida.
Call 561.393.5888 for reservations and information. www.saikoiboca.com. They serve lunch Monday – Friday, dinner nightly, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Delivery is through Delivery Dudes.