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A Japanese meal provides opportunity to impress your date with your vast knowledge of international cuisine and to display your skill in samurai chopstick swordfights. Dine in authentic Japanese style by saving up to 55% on a Japanese Shabu Shabu meal including Saki, for up to four people at Watami Restaurant. Choose from the following:
Pay R175 for a Japanese Shabu Shabu meal including Saki for two people, valued at R350
Pay R315 for a Japanese Shabu Shabu meal including Saki for four people, valued at R700
Serving up the freshest, most decadent authentic Asian cuisine, the upmarket Watami Restaurant leaves no tummy unfulfilled. With highly skilled chefs that wield pots and pans as impressively as Samurais wield swords; the delectable meals at this oriental oasis will leave you longing for more. Decorated in beautiful Oriental fusion style with the soft Chinese lantern lighting, further enhancing the cosy, relaxed ambience of the Asian eatery, Watami is the prime spot for a romantic date or a catch-up with adventurous-palated friends.
Your mouth-watering Japanese Shabu Shabu meal, per couple, consists of one pot of Japanese Shabu Shabu soup, 10 pieces of beef slices, four Queen prawns, eight pieces of assorted Shabu Shabu meat balls, six pieces of calamari sticks, four pieces of Crabstick, six pieces of Tofu (beancurd), assorted seasonal vegetables and two portions of noodle or Udon. In an authentic Japanese experience, you'll be cooking your food on a hot plate and in a crock pot in from of your. Wash your delicious concoction down with a 100ml bottle of traditional Saki, or opt to substitute this for a hot beverage on the menu, such as a steaming cup of java or tasty hot chocolate.
Debbie Wu opened Watami Restaurant in the Greenstone Shopping Centre in October 2007 with the vision of offering a top quality family restaurant that serves authentic Asian cuisine. They were also the first Asian restaurant in South Africa to offer Japanese cheese paper hot pots and healthy paper grilled Chinese dishes. The restaurant is decorated in an Oriental fusion style with the soft lightning of the Chinese lantern light-fittings enhancing the relaxed ambience of the restaurant. During the day light pores in from the stackable glass doors leading out onto the balcony – Dining Out