Pay R139 and enjoy sushi up to the value of R280 for two people at Adega (save 50%)
- Save 50% on sushi for two people at Adega
- Delicious sushi
- Fill your craving
- Great night out
- Ideal as a gift
- An assortment of sushi
- Friendly waiters
- Warm ambience
- Valid until 15 January 2012
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 012 548 3904
- Groupon valid at the Montana branch only
- Please quote Groupon when booking
- Sunday to Thursday
- Not valid for New Year’s evening or lunch on New Year’s day
- Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
- Picture displayed is just a representation
- Terms & Conditions apply
Like Las Vegas weddings and sending birthday invitations on social-networks, the act of dining has been whittled down to the quickest option, which usually results in you waiting in traffic at the drive-thru. The act of eating dinner should be savoured and appreciated in something more than your car or the couch. Have an authentic dining experience and enjoy sushi up to the value of R280 for two people at Adega for R139.
Adega offers a warm, unpretentious ambience allowing you to feast in true style. The interior is decorated in a sunny warm yellow, with the Monks theme represented in the traditional blue and white Portuguese tiles which have become their trademark. Their large menu offers plenty of choices, but their famous sushi is what truly brings hungry tummies to this eatery. As with all Adega restaurants, there is a synergy of the same high standards of quality and here, presentation is key. Lit candles also adorn every table, making your sushi salvation a special affair.
Sit down and savour every morsel of an assortment of superbly made sushi, crafted by their highly experienced sushi chef, using their sushi ninja skills and love. You and your beloved, friend or pet robot will be able to indulge in everything from marvellous Maki to classic California rolls.
Food fact: Portuguese explorers lived on a staple diet of fish and Skittles when sailing the seven seas. The Skittles were not only used to appease their sweet tooth but also as light entertainment, with sailors spending hours dividing the sweets into colour coded jars.