Get 20% cash back on your purchase at Asia Nine
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About This Deal
How to use this deal:
- Claim this deal by linking it to your eligible credit cards
- Pay for qualifying purchases at the merchant with a linked card
- Get 20% cash back on your first purchase and 10% cash back on additional purchases, including if the deal is re-claimed
- Cash back rewards will be credited to your card statement within a few days
- Cash back is calculated on total bill after tip
- Deal valid for 20% cash back only on first purchase and 10% cash back on all other purchases, including after the deal is re-claimed. Limited to 1 transaction per visit
- Deal expires 30 days after claimed, but Groupon may re-claim the deal for you
- Cash back is awarded in form of statement credits
- Online orders placed through third-parties are not eligible for cash back
- Most cards are eligible for cash back. See FAQ for details
- For debit cards, select "credit" when you pay. Not all debit purchases may qualify for cash back
- Deal can be used multiple times until it expires
- Deal is subject to Groupon+ Deals Terms
- Enrollment in Groupon+ required. Eligible card will be linked to all Groupon+ participating merchants
About Asia Nine
Asia Nine was founded on the concept of "Asian-Asian" fusion—combining diverse aspects of Asian countries and cultures to serve incredible food. From the Japanese-inspired sushi bar to Asia Nine's signature Thai crispy basil chicken dish, the restaurant's menu covers the world's largest continent right in Washington DC.
- Sushi bar bites: The full-service sushi bar has something for everyone, from fresh sashimi and nigiri to fish-free veggie rolls.
- Asia Nine lamb chops: The restaurant's namesake lamb chops are seasoned with Asia Nine's house rub of blended spices before being grilled to perfection and served with tangy mango-soy coulis and wasabi mashed potatoes.
- Something sweet: Popular desserts after a culinary journey across the Asian continent include the ever-popular Japanese Mochi—a ball of ice cream encased in a soft dumpling made from pounded sticky rice.