Like Linus’ in Peanuts favourite blanket and the melodious harmonica application on your smartphone, there are just some things one can’t live without; for some that’s sushi. This Japanese delicacy has taken over every restaurant and karaoke bars this side of Tokyo and continues to leave a trail of sushi-craving connoisseurs in its wake. Today’s Groupon will make the heart of any sushi lover do a double backhand-spring of joy: a mixed 8 piece sushi special at Red Lime for R31.
Sushi has the miraculous power to make every day brighter and make you as happy as a panda on a seesaw. With its morsels of tightly wound rice and seafood; sushi will lead revolutions, feed the fashionable and inspire you to create meme’s of LOLsushi in its honour. This Groupon includes 4 pieces of California roll, 2 pieces fashion sandwich and 2 pieces nigiri making up your 8 piece plate of sushi salvation. The friendly patrons at the trendy Red Lime will welcome you in and prepare you for a sushi spectacle of note. Your taste buds will join hands and start a love train after experiencing the sushi at Red Lime.
Your sushi special will also be accompanied by the usual sides of pretty pink sliced ginger and the all-important and feared dose of wasabi. This fiery traditional Japanese green paste has opened many a nasal passage and brought several samurai warriors to tears. At Red Lime they will have a tissue on hand and a friendly smile to ensure that you have the best sushi experience thus far. They may even humour you by listening to your cover-version of “Can you feel the love tonight” on your harmonica app.
Today’s Groupon is a steal, especially with the calibre of scrumptious sushi at Red Lime, and passing this up would be as silly as a panda learning Klingon with flashcards during office hours. This mixed 8 piece sushi special is worth every rice grain and enough to warm the cockles of any sushi-ists heart.
Sushi fact: A sushi chef in Hiroshima made his fortune sculpting his sushi in the shapes of Pokémon. This delighted visitors to his restaurant and spurned a franchise of Pikachu sushi memorabilia.