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This Dubai sushi restaurant is offering Samurai sushi rolls for just Dhs10

Events 2018/09/07 at 6:00 AM
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If you think that picking out a bottle of grape under the watchful eye of a judgmental sommelier is a challenge, then try navigating a sushi menu.

And if you’re not au fait in your gunkan or California rolls, then this offer from Sumo Sushi & Bento is a brilliant chance to try a new roll without spending too many dirhams.



The restaurant is slashing the price on its Samurai Sushi Roll to just Dhs10 for the first 100 guests through the doors on Wednesday September 5 to Saturday September 8.

It features prawn tempura and crabstick salad, lightly topped with salmon, avocado, cream cheese, mayo and spicy mayo.

You’ll get eight pieces and it normally costs Dhs56, so this is a bit of a bargain.

The deal is valid for dine-in and takeaway orders from 6pm onwards at the restaurant’s Town Centre, Media City outlet and delivery orders at its JLT branch.

However, there’s one little catch. Like a true ninja, you need say the phrase “Samurai Insanity” while placing your order to get the discount.
You can also pick up the roll by ordering at sumosushibento.com/orderonline or calling (800 7866).

Of course, if you’re looking to ease that Asian food craving then there are plenty of other places to head across the city.

Our top recommendation is Zuma, the winner of Best Japanese at the Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards 2018.

Main courses, especially the black cod, are world-famous for good reason and really shouldn’t be missed.

Another great spot is Nobu at Atlantis The Palm, which serves up top-quality food time and again.

But for now just remember that little two-word phrase. Samurai Insanity.
Until Sat Sep 8. Various locations including Town Centre, Media City and JLT, www.sumosushibento.com

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Source : Times out Dubai | Photo credit : Google
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