Salushi's student special

Students with valid student cards can get 50% off Salushi’s a la carte menu on Mondays between 12:00 and 17:00.

The prices are as follows:

-California rolls was R40 now R20 (4 pcs)
– Hand roll was R46 now R23 (salmon and prawn)
– Hand roll was R42 now R21 (tuna) Excluding prawn tempura hand rolls
– Nigiri 2 pcs was R40 now R20
– Fashion sandwiches 4pcs was R40 now R20 (salmon and prawn)
– Fashion sandwiches 9pcs was R80 now R40 (salmon and  prawn)
– Fashion sandwiches 4pcs was R38 now R19 (tuna)
– Fashion sandwiches 9pcs was R76 now R38 (tuna)
– Maki rolls 3 pcs was R28 now R14 (tuna)
– Maki Rolls 3pcs was R30 now R15 (salmon and prawn)

With options of veg available and spicy is charged at R2 extra

T&C’s apply.

Neither sharing nor takeaways allowed.




http://www.salushi.com/
 
 

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