Guests can enjoy dining at this Asian restaurant set in a grand historical Grade-II listed period mansion with a huge palatial entrance door
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What You'll Get
Choose from Six Options
- £19 for a tokudai platinum bento box and miso soup for one (38% off)
- £21.95 for a sake drink, tokudai platinum bento box and a miso soup for one (43% off)
- £35 for a tokudai platinum bento box and miso soup each for two (43% off)
- £43 for a sake drink, tokudai platinum bento box and miso soup each for two (45% off)
- £70 for a tokudai platinum bento box and miso soup each for four (43% off)
- £86 for a sake drink, tokudai platinum bento box and miso soup each for four (38% off)
Tokudai bento box may include: miso soup | beef tataki with oriental sauce | aki salad with marinated tofu, beetroot, edamame beans, enoki mushrooms and lemon dressing | nasu dengaku aubergine with red miso | assorted sushi: two pieces of nigiri, one piece of new style roll and one piece of makimono roll | assorted tempura: prawn, fish and vegetables | beef teriyaki with rice
Choice of sake may include: Nanbu-Bijin Umeshu | Yuzu No Kimochi
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per 1, 2 or 4 people, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here; provide Groupon code. Present Groupon on arrival. 48-hour cancellation policy. Minimum 48-hour notice for rescheduling; can be rescheduled once. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID for alcohol. Valid for a glass of sake up to the value of £8 per person. Please inform restaurant at the time of booking of any allergies or dietary requirements.Cannot be applied to existing bookings. Valid for eat-in only. Full voucher value to be used in one visit. No change will be given. Not suitable for vegetarians or vegans. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. A discretionary 12.5% service charge will be added to the bill. 4 people maximum per table. Excludes bank holidays and special occasion days. Valid for option purchased only.
Founded by Kyoichi Kai from the Zuma and Arts Club, Kouzu is a Japanese restaurant housed within an elegant Grade II listed building erected in the 1850s. With its palatial entrance looking straight at Goring Hotel and a dining area occupying three levels, Kouzu aims to turn Japanese cuisine into an opportunity for everything from a casual meeting to private dining. In 2015 Kouzu became the UK winner of Global Sushi Challenge and had its sommelier, Miguel A. Hernandez, named Sake Sommelier of the Year.