The Groupon Tokyo Sushi Special: Pay R99 for 2 sushi platters and a R100 worth of drinks at Tokyo Sushi (save 67%)

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R 300 67% R 201
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In a Nutshell

- Save 67% on 2 sushi platters and get drinks up to R100 - Choose between salmon, prawn and tuna - Platter includes 4 rainbow rolls, 2 nigiri, 3 salmon roses, 1 hand roll - Free parking in Union Street

The Fine Print

In Mexico they have a name for sushi, “bait.” The same doesn’t ring true on South African soil, as here it is a delicacy best enjoyed at Tokyo Sushi in Kloof street. Tantalise your taste buds with two sushi platters that include all the classic favourites for R99 along with your favourite drinks up to the value of R100.

Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Enjoy the best of Japanese cuisine surrounded by Eastern charm and trendy Kloof street ambience. Everything about the Tokyo Sushi experience is steeped in traditional Japanese flair – from the ceramic waving cat that greets customers at the front door to the toilet (rice) paper in the bathrooms.

 

Each of the two lip smacking platters consists of 4 rainbow rolls, 2 nigiri, 3 salmon roses and 1 hand roll. Choose from the freshest prawn, salmon or tuna. You can be sure that all the sushi was swimming in the ocean this morning through the seaweed it is wrapped in today and garnished with only the finest and freshest ingredients from Cape Town’s best sources. While most believe that the sushi making skill comes standard with every Japanese person, Tokyo sushi only selects the most talented amongst these people to carefully create each piece of sushi art.

 

Fishy fact: Oranges are the traditional netball fruit, (served at half time and at the end of matches) in most countries across the world. However, in Japan, sushi is served in place of oranges. The chopsticks are particularly useful during half time as it strengthens the player’s fingers, enabling them to better catch the ball. This tradition is slowly being adopted by the New York netball team

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