By Travelzoo Staff
Experience a Japanese smokeless grille feast at wagyu beef specialist Takumi Japanese restaurant, and pay just $75 for two people. A saving of 53%, sample prime beef and seafood plus receive a flask of sake to share and a Japanese tea each.
Why we love it
- Pay just $75 for two people to experience a Japanese smokeless grille feast at Takumi Japanese restaurant
- This offer saves you 53% and includes a flask of sake and a Japanese tea each
- Alternatively, pay $149 for four people (reg. $320); groups with uneven numbers can pay $50 per person direct to the restaurant
- The set menu features the Takumi special of sliced wagyu eye fillet, salmon carpaccio, 200g of wagyu beef each, sake and more
- Takumi, meaning ‘connoisseur’ in Japanese, specialises in only the highest quality wagyu beef, and the cooking style ‘sumibi yakiniku’ is carried out on smokeless table top grilles
- A finalist in the 2012 Savour Australia Restaurant and Catering HOSTPLUS Awards for Excellence, the restaurant is well reviewed by food critics and diners alike
- Valid for lunch from Monday to Friday and dinner seven days a week
Apr 18, 2013 - Jul 18, 2013
32 Bourke Street
- Alternatively, pay $149 for four people to dine. If your group has uneven numbers, pay just $50 per person direct to the restaurant for extra guests.
- Located in the Melbourne CBD, Takumi features attentive service and only the highest quality ingredients.
- Feast on a set menu including the following:
- -Takumi special (thinly sliced wagyu eye fillet topped with onion citrus dressing)
- -Salmon carpaccio
- -200 grams of wagyu beef (per person)
- -Miso soup
- -Steamed rice
- -Mixed salad
- -Flask of sake
- -Japanese tea
- During this interactive dining experience, you’ll cook the thinly sliced wagyu beef on a charcoal grille on your table. The grille features quiet vents that suck out the smoke, making it ‘smokeless’.
- Takumi, meaning 'connoisseur' in Japanese, was a finalist in the 2012 Savour Australia Restaurant and Catering HOSTPLUS Awards for Excellence, and renowned food critic Matt Preston praised its food in The Age, saying 'it's the best Australian wagyu I've tried'.
The fine print
Vouchers can be redeemed for lunch from 12pm to 2pm from Monday to Friday and for dinner from 6pm to 8pm or from 8pm to 10pm seven days a week until 18 July, 2013. Bookings are essential by email only, subject to availability and should be made by 18 June. No phone bookings will be taken. Quote your voucher number at time of booking.
Blackout dates: Public holidays; Mother's Day. You can buy multiple vouchers. Maximum two vouchers per table. Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. This offer is not refundable. No cash value or cash back. Voucher must be presented on arrival and used in one visit. No shows or cancellation with less than 48 hours' notice will forfeit the voucher. Must be over 18 years of age to consume alcohol.