Japanese Lunch or Dinner for Two or Four at Izakaya (Up to 45% Off)

Centretown - Downtown

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Choose from Four Options

$29 for lunch served family-style for two (a $50 value)
$55 for lunch served family-style for four (a $100 value). Both lunch options include:

  • Choice of miso soup or midori salad
  • Yakitori
  • Duck-fried rice
  • Ika piri
  • Spicy kimchi
  • Steamed sesame greens

$35 for dinner for two (up to a $55 total value)

  • Two hot small plates (valid for plates of up to $18 each; up to a $36 value)
  • Two cocktails or glasses of wine (valid for drinks of up to $9.50 each; up to a $19 value)

$69 for dinner for four (up to a $110 total value)

  • Four hot small plates (valid for plates of up to $18 each; up to a $72 value)
  • Four cocktails or glasses of wine (valid for drinks of up to $9.50 each; up to a $38 value)

Izakaya

In Japan, many people end their workday with a stop at an izakaya, a bar where the happy-hour crowd can grab a stool and order some sake and perhaps even a steaming bowl of ramen. In that spirit, Izakaya has developed strong cocktail and food menus, each of which is rooted in Japanese preparations but integrates international flavors as well. For instance, the cocktail list has 10 kinds of sake and cocktails such as lychee mojitos, but also includes sangria and several varietals of wine. The food menu is mostly small plates, with hot servings of miso soup and tempura prawns or cold plates of oysters and sashimi. And despite its inspirations, Izakaya invites guests to linger beyond just an after-work drink—they often host special events such as sushi-making lessons, sake pairings, and sommelier-led wine tastings.

Izakaya

In Japan, many people end their workday with a stop at an izakaya, a bar where the happy-hour crowd can grab a stool and order some sake and perhaps even a steaming bowl of ramen. In that spirit, Izakaya has developed strong cocktail and food menus, each of which is rooted in Japanese preparations but integrates international flavors as well. For instance, the cocktail list has 10 kinds of sake and cocktails such as lychee mojitos, but also includes sangria and several varietals of wine. The food menu is mostly small plates, with hot servings of miso soup and tempura prawns or cold plates of oysters and sashimi. And despite its inspirations, Izakaya invites guests to linger beyond just an after-work drink—they often host special events such as sushi-making lessons, sake pairings, and sommelier-led wine tastings.

In a Nutshell

Meal of Japanese favorites served family-style for lunch or as series of small plates with drinks for dinner

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for dinner. Lunch or brunch valid only until 4pm. May substitute alcohol for soft drinks, juice, coffee, or tea. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Extra fee for premium steak options. Cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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