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Japanese restaurant Umaii launches sushi and booze $25 special next week only

Umaii- a Japanese Restaurant that opened last November in the heritage estate of Elder House in the CBD – is launching a lunch set menu and for one week only what is normally $49 will be $25.

 

Umaii- a Japanese Restaurant that opened last November in the heritage estate of Elder House in the CBD – is launching a lunch set menu and for one week only what is normally $49 will be $25.

That’s right. Two courses, plus a drink of choice for just $25. The set menu will feature entrée of salmon tataki or pork and prawn wontons, a medley of the restaurant’s highly regarded exclusive umaii nigiris and a basque cheesecake to finish.

You can pair this sushi goodness with a tap beer or glass of wine of your choice. That’s a lunch to not miss.

Tammy Deng, owner of Umaii, says “The concept of having a premium sushi and booze lunch set is not to compete with all the other sushi joints around town, that’s not our objective and we don’t want to compete with them.”

“Instead, we want to cater for those who would like to enjoy the comfort of high quality sushi and booze for a short lunch break.”

This sushi and booze lunch set is a perfect showcase of how Umaii can transform a humble serve of rice into a magical nigiri that will leave your tastebuds tingling.

“I think we owe it to the great local produce we have in our backdoors but also our head chef Chan’s dedication and loyalty to the art of sushi making, this week-long promotion is definitely a value Adelaide wouldn’t want to miss”.

So, there’s never been a better time to indulge in Umaii’s sushi. You can stay for a long time or grab a quick bite. They’ve got you covered. Located in the heritage of Elder House, Umaii boasts the great sushi & booze Adelaide could desire. Umaii is open Good Friday and Easter Saturday for dinner.

Umaii’s Sushi Lunch Specials
Where: 27 Currie St, Adelaide SA 5000
When: Tuesday 11/04 to Saturday 15/04 12pm – 2.30pm

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