Pay R71 for a 17-piece sushi platter and two drinks OR pay R97 for a three-course meal for two people OR pay R24 for any two dim sum at Jade Court Restaurant (save up to 68%)
- Save up to 68% on a 17-piece sushi platter including two drinks OR a three course meal for two people OR any two dim sum
- Pay R71 instead of R214 for a 17-piece sushi platter including: 4 prawn and avocado fashion sandwich, 2 salmon roses, 4 rainbow rolls, 3 tuna maki, 2 salmon sashimi, 2 prawn nigiri and two glasses of house wine or soft drinks
- Pay R97 instead of R277 for a three-course meal including: chicken wings and two soup of the day as starters, crispy beef or crispy garlic prawns and fish Taiwanese style plus 2 rice for mains, and deep-fried milk dessert for dessert
- Pay R24 instead of R75 for any two dim sum
- Delicious Asian cuisine with a wide variety of dim sum
- Beautifully set on the Tygervally waterfront
- Two Groupons per table
- Booking essential: 021 914 2187
- No substitutions for platters
- Sit-down only, no takeaways
- Groupon redeemable for 4 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon
Similar to licking your elbow, the art of lifting a piece of food with a pair of chopsticks is as challenging as trying to win a duel with a gun-slinging walrus. Work your way to delicious victory and while improving your skill with Asian utensils with today’s Groupon: save up 68% on a 17-piece sushi platter OR a three-course meal for two people OR any two dim sum at Jade Court Restaurant.
With chefs who create dishes more genuine than a Hollywood love affair, the Jade Court Restaurant is one of those places that could easily become a regular rendezvous. If you’re just in the mood for a light lunch, the Groupon for any two dim sum dishes would be right up your appetite pleasing alley. Choose from a variety of dim sum like the steamed pork or prawn dumplings that burst with delicious aromas, the deep-fried prawn wonton delicious enough to deliver a “hmmm” after it passes your lips or the pan-fried pork dumplings that know just how to snuggly fit into your belly.
Alternatively, if you have the appetite of an adult walrus and know someone who shares this likening to the voluptuous mammal, then the 17-piece sushi platter or three-course meal for two is more your cup of oolong tea. Delicious enough to serve to Marie Antoinette, the 17-piece sushi platter consists of four prawn and avocado fashion sandwiches, two salmon roses, four rainbow rolls, three tuna maki, two salmon sashimi, two prawn nigiri and two glasses of house wine or two sodas. With rice as fresh as though it was just picked in a backyard rice paddy and fish fresher than a fisherman’s catch, disappointment will be as far from your mind as Czechoslovakian salsa dancers.
On the other hand, the three-course meal starts off with chicken wings and two soup of the day as starters, giving you a mere taste of the scrumptiousness to come. A choice of crispy beef or crispy garlic prawns and fish prepared Taiwanese style follow in the mains round, complemented with two portions of that rice paddy-fresh rice. Then, delight your palate with a knock-out sweet course in the form of deep-fried milk dessert.
Overlooking the Tygervalley waterfront, the family-run Jade Court Restaurant boasts authentic Asian cuisine to satisfy your taste buds and stunning views to make up for the tastes your eyes are unable to experience. Appetite of walrus or not, you’re bound to walk away with Asian food heading the top of your favourite foods list and a subsequent tummy that is tickled with delight.
Fusion–Food Fact: Jonas Nuttal, owner of restaurant Glasses, has a unique take on the fusion-food concept. Boasting a wide variety of Asian, North African and Italian cuisine, he presents two dishes to the customer in a sterile leather briefcase, throws in a touch of coriander and then shakes up the closed case. The customer then chooses how much to pay for the fusion-dish.