Pay R40 for R100 worth of sushi at Aruba Lounge (save 60%)
- Save 60% on R100 worth of sushi
- Get a platter or choose individual pieces
- Groupons can be shared
- Buy as many Groupons as you want
- Tuck into legendary sushi
- Sway to the beat of big name DJs
- Not valid for sashimi
- Not valid for take aways
- Groupon redeemable Thu to Sat only
- Groupon redeemable for up to 4 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
It’s been proven that fish makes you smart. Hence smart sushi lovers will know that today’s deal truly is a smart deal – get R100 worth of Aruba Lounge’s famous sushi for R40, save 60%.
One Aruba sushi Groupon will buy you approximately 20 to 30 pieces of sushi, depending on how expensive your taste. If you love rainbow rolls, except tuna, unless it’s tuna maki, but think hand rolls are still best then you’ll be pleased to know that you also have the option of choosing individual sushi items off the scrumptious menu. Compile your own platter of hand rolls, rainbow rolls, salmon roses, nigiri and any sushi except sashimi – so many choices, so little belly space. If the choice is just too overwhelming or the platter just a little too big, Grouponites are encouraged to bring a deserving friend or loved one to share in their platter of joy.
Aruba is famous for their sushi as well as their catch-of-the-decade DJ’s warming the lounge. From Thursday to Saturday, the Lounge pulsates with beats as fresh as the salmon in the rainbow rolls Over the next couple of months top South African DJ’s such as Rob Taylor, Craig Massiv, Ryan Dent, Ricardo, Small Paul, Bart Marley, Rolf Weber and Roger D’LUX will all be spinning on the decks while guests tuck into R100 worth of tantalising sushi.
Unwind, indulge and forget all restrictions – combine Groupons, share Groupons, stock up on Groupons or have all the yummy sushi for yourself.
Chopsticks fact: In the Netherlands pencil crafters are now making pencils out of chopsticks. These pencils are very handy for writers on a tight schedule as eating and writing can take place simultaneously. The pencil ends are also safe to chew on and have been the inspiration behind many great novels like “My Bonnie lies over the Rice Fields”.