Today's Deal: $15 for $30 to Authentic Japanese Sushi Bar
5 N 2 Tokyo is about to take a starring “roll” in your nightlife. Tucked away on 4th Street between Lombard and South Streets in Philadelphia, this BYOB sushi spot will earn top billing in your list of favorite restaurants.
But first, buy today’s DealYo. For $15, you’ll get a voucher good for $30 toward authentic Japanese cuisine from 5 N 2 Tokyo.
All of your favorite characters have plenty of lines on this menu, including yakitori, nigiri, sashimi and noodle dishes. Fresh and flavorful hand-rolled sushi selections include the standards, such as Spicy Tuna, White Tuna Cucumber, Red Snapper Scallion, Eel Avocado, California and Philly Rolls. Special and Chef Signature Rolls include the Red Dragon Roll (eel and cucumber, topped with tuna, tobiko and eel sauce), the India Roll (crispy yellowtail and banana, topped with chef's spicy sauce), the Amazing Roll (crunchy spicy tuna with mango inside-out, topped with shrimp and spicy mayo) and many more. Sushi and sashimi bento boxes, dinner platters, soups, salads and appetizers also appear in this break-out star restaurant.
The fine print
- Today's DealYo is $30 to 5 N 2 Tokyo.
- Cannot be combined with any other offers.
- Not valid toward Maki Combo.
- Reservations required.
- Reservations made for weekends (Friday or Saturday) cannot be canceled or rescheduled. 24 hour cancellations required for all other reservations apply or voucher will no longer be valid.
- Valid toward dine-in only.
- Limit one per customer, may purchase additional as a gift.
- One voucher per table.
- Not valid on holidays.
- Menu is subject to change.
- Entire value must be used in first visit. Any remaining balance will be forfeited.
- Cannot be redeemed for cash.
- Not valid toward the purchase of gift cards.
- Prior sales excluded.
- No refunds or exchanges.
- Tax and gratuity not included, please tip on good service for full amount.
- Purchased DealYo voucher will be available for download and redemption on Wednesday, March 28.
- Voucher expires June 28, 2012.