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Enjoy an all-you-can-eat Japanese meal for Dhs 110
Updated on 14 August 2017

Japanese restaurant Atisuto, modelled around the back-alley restaurants found in Japan’s big cities, has an all-you-can-eat offer from 5pm onwards every Tuesday and Saturday. The tabehoudai menu includes a wide selection of sushi, sashimi, uramaki as well as dessert and soft drinks for Dhs 110. There’s an option to replace the soft drinks with mocktails for an additional Dhs 10. The offer is available at Atisuto branches in Al Ghurair Centre (Deira) and Bay Square (Business Bay). Call 800-2847886.


 

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