Pay R99 for sushi to the value of R250 at Ming Sushi Chinese Restaurant (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a R250 sushi voucher
- Choose any sushi on the menu
- Includes platters
- Delicious fresh fish
- Relaxed and laid back dining area
- Ideal for date night
- Valid for 3 months
- Closed 24, 25 and 26 December 2011
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 011 794 3087
- Maximum of two people per Groupon, additional as gifts
- Any excess is at the expense of the Groupon-holder
- If the full value is not used, Groupon will be forfeited
- Not valid with in-store promotions
- Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
- Picture displayed is a representation
- Terms and conditions apply
- Valid for two people
Created by master sushi chefs more skilled with a knife than Tinkerbell is with fairy dust, sushi that leaves the Ming Sushi Chinese Restaurant is nothing short of perfection. Wielding a knife like a samurai hold his sword the sushi-specialists slice and dice with precision, making sure to provide Groupon-grippers with pieces that fit into mouths like hands fit into gloves. Chef’s make sure to use fluffier than fluffy rice and fish fresher than Poseidon could have provided.
Perfect for those who usually end up with a stack of plates taller than their dates and even more ideal for sushi fanatics who like gazing deeply into their platters, the R250 sushi vouch will quell hunger pangs and satiate cravings. With the full sushi menu at your beck and call, there’s no stopping your chopsticks from going wild. Choose to indulge your palate with rainbow rolls, California rolls or sandwiches if you so desire. Groupies can also take their pick of fillings for the fluffy rice cocoons, be it salmon, tuna or any other. Comfortable and cosy in the laid back Ming atmosphere, you, your partner and your sushi platter will make some taste-bud tingling memories.
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.