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Ginza Yakiniku North Point

Shop25, Level 8,100 Miller Street, North Sydney

Ginza Set Menu with Sake for Two ($147.40) or Four People ($294.80) at Ginza Yakiniku North Point (Up to $536 Value)

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Duos can sip on sake, share eight savoury dishes like a Wagyū beef salad, sushi and soft shell crab tacos & enjoy a house dessert per person

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The Deal

$147.40 for a Ginza set menu with sake for two people (total value up to $268)

$294.80 for a Ginza set menu with sake for four people (total value up to $536)


  • Enjoy savoury dishes featuring ten pieces of sashimi, two soft shell crab tacos, four pieces of chicken karaage and ten pieces of vegetable tempura to share between two people
  • Finish on a sweet note with a house dessert per person
  • Sip on house sake
  • See the full set menu

Menu items are subject to seasonal change.

Need To Know

• Limit of 1 voucher per person
• Purchase up to 1 additional as a gift
New customers only
• Bookings must be made by the Groupon Booking Tool only, strictly no walk-ins
• More than 20 minutes late to seating will result in forfeited voucher
• Strictly no takeaway allowed
• 1 voucher for 2 or 4 people
• All customers must dine under the same set menu
• Valid only for dinner
• Not valid for BBQ tables
• Check availability before purchase
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How to Redeem

Expiry: 90 days from purchase
• Purchase voucher and book online via
• If you received your voucher as a gift, sign in or register for a Groupon account then click on the 'Received a gift? Book Now' link in the top right
• 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 Ginza Yakiniku North Point

Located just off Pacific Highway, Ginza Yakiniku North Point brings flavourful Japanese cuisine to Sydney's Northern neighbourhood. The eight-floor venue offers sights of the busy streets from its elegant dining room, decorated with a sandstone-brick bar based underneath Japanese-inspired wooden roofing. There are hanging lamps and greenery over the small tables. Patrons can order a selection of dishes, including yakiniku, sushi and sashimi and even stop by at lunchtime for a specially-prepared bento box. All meals can be completed with a drink, like beer, wine or sake.