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Banzai Japanese Fusion Restaurant

66 Lygon Street,, Brunswick East

Eleven-Course Japanese Banquet with Drink: 2 ($84), 4 ($168) or 6 People ($252) at Banzai Japanese Fusion Restaurant

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Highlights

A banquet full of rich Japanese flavours awaits a group of up to six with delicacies like pork shell, chicken pop, and sushi and sashimi

Recent Positive Reviews

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joannaHELPFUL REVIEWER
2 ratings2 reviews
October 25, 2019
Good service
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Billy
3 ratings2 reviews
October 16, 2019
Nice atmosphere, great food, love the tacos. Staff was very friendly, I would visit again.
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LeTOP REVIEWER
26 ratings19 reviews
August 21, 2019
Friendly service, how ever the serve was a bit small, we could do with a bit more food.
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Jane
6 ratings4 reviews
August 21, 2019
Th food was nice but the angry chinese man who bosees everyone around , his staff and the customers is not nice. I booked for 7 people ( rang up seperately, even though I had a groupon for 6 ) but when we arrived a table was set for 6 and we were told i did not call and make the reservation for 7. Then we were told we could not fit 7 people in and it went on and on with him saying come back another night when we aren't busy. It was extremely embarrassing to have this happen in front of our guests and all the others in the restaurant. would not go again because of this aggressive man.
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tamTOP REVIEWER
11 ratings9 reviews
August 18, 2019
Food was nice. But service was so so. My daughter fell asleep so we brought in her pram, but the waiter (perhaps owner) expressed his annoyance stating he doesn't have room, although there was plenty. I asked for a menu to which he stated that Groupon voucher has set menu, that we don't need a menu. I had to explain to him that we wanted to order other items and drinks also.
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Felipe
1 ratings1 reviews
August 12, 2019
Deals are less good than the following photos. Do not get too excited.
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Jinkylyn
3 ratings3 reviews
August 11, 2019
Great food and service. Highly recommended.
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Roya
5 ratings4 reviews
August 8, 2019
Great service.good food
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About This Deal

The Deal

$84 for an eleven-course Japanese banquet with drink for two people (total value up to $195)

  • Miso soup
  • Edamame
  • Yakitori
  • Chicken pop
  • Taco sushi
  • Banzai pork shell
  • Sushi and sashimi
  • Tempura
  • Tea or soft drink
  • Harumaki (spring rolls)
  • Ice cream

$168 for an eleven-course Japanese banquet with drink for four people (total value up to $390)

$252 for an eleven-course Japanese banquet with drink for six people (total value up to $585)

Highlights

  • Open the rich Japanese banquet with flavourful miso soup and some edamame
  • Enjoy such delicacies as tempura, sushi and sashimi
  • Delight in hearty chicken pop and Banzai pork shell
  • End on a sweet note with some ice cream
  • Sip on a tea or soft drink

Menu items may be subject to seasonal change.

Need To Know

• Limit of 1 voucher per person
• Purchase up to 1 additional as a gift
• Booking via Groupon Booking Tool only; no phone bookings or walk-ins
• Valid for set menu only
• Tables can only be held for 15 minutes past booking time
• Valid for soft drink only
• Check availability before purchase
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• Select date of booking and enter details
• You'll receive an email to confirm reservation details
• Present printed or smartphone voucher on arrival
• Download free Groupon app for Android and iOS

About Banzai Japanese Fusion Restaurant

Serving an eclectic mix of traditional Japanese flavours and modern Australian techniques, Banzai Japanese Fusion Restaurant aims to be a haven for foodies who look for new types of cuisine. The decor of the dining room is also a mirror of this unusual mix, bringing together naked-brick walls and wooden ceiling-high screens. Contemporary-looking lamps illuminate classic Japanese art, while diners enjoy delicacies such as sushi, sashimi and yakitori. A variety of flavours await in every dish, from a starter like edamame to a dessert like matcha cheesecake. All meals can be accompanied by a hot or cold soft drink