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Banyi Japanese Dining

3-4 Bedford Row, Temple Bar, Dublin

Four-Course Japanese Set Menu for Two with Cocktails and Tea or Coffee at Banyi Japanese Dining, Temple Bar

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Four-course Japanese meal for two comprising dishes such as gyoza, sushi and teriyaki beef fillet, with complimentary cocktails

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The Deal

  • €45 for a four-course Japanese set menu for two with cocktails and tea or coffee for two

Start with a Glass of Bubbly or our Signature Cocktail, the Red Lantern

Appetisers may include: agedashi tempura tofu | sunomono seaweed salad | selection of two flamed sushis

Starters may include: Fillet beef tataki | yaki tori chicken skewers | gyoza pan-fried chicken dumpling | deep-fried furai fish cake

Mains may include: 12 piece chef’s selection of uramaki, sashimi and nigiri | minty sea bass | teriyaki beef fillet | kakuni braised pork belly

Desserts may include: walnut and banana sponge cake | green tea fondant | mango cheesecake | panna cotta with black sesame ice cream

Finish with complimentary Tea or Coffee

Fine Print

Expires 28 Feb 2017. Limit 1 per 2 people, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for set menu. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. In case of no show, voucher may be forfeited. Maximum 2 vouchers per table. Supplement of 10% applies to groups of 6 or more. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Menu is subject to change. Not valid on Saturdays, bank holidays, Christmas Eve, Christmas, Valentine's day. Same day bookings not accepted.

About Banyi Japanese Dining

Located in the heart of Dublin, Banyi Japanese Dining serves up a broad variety of Pan-Asian meals. Their signature dishes include decorated sushi and sashimi, ramen, tempura and numerous soups and salads. The restaurant strives to use local produce as much as possible, sourcing their beef and chicken from Irish farms.