Kone Coupons and Deals
All of the sushi at KONE Sushi is served in the form of a cone-shaped hand roll -- making it easier to share these exquisitely modern takes on Japanese cuisine with your favorite dining companions: • $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink • Sample traditional rolls and innovative options like the Crunchy Monster • Miami Beach hot spot is open seven days a week KONE Sushi's Website
Like the earth, sushi consists of layers and was apparently invented by someone who really liked the ocean. Explore waves of flavor with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for $30 worth of sushi $28 for $60 worth of sushi for four or more The menu includes a gyoza chicken dumpling starter ($3 for three), yellowtail sashimi ($8.95), and sushi such as a tuna Kone roll with shrimp tempura and avocado ($8.50) and a dragon roll with spicy tuna, salmon, and cucumber ($12.95).
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Vouchers may be redeemed starting Monday, Sept. 17, though Dec. 17, 2012. Reservations are required. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Limit 1 voucher per 2 people. Dine-in only. See below for full terms and conditions.
Kone Temaki Sake Lounge in Miami boasts a fusion of worldly flavors, inspired by the world's largest Japanese population outside of Japan -- Brazil. For $20, enjoy this unique blend of dishes with $40 worth of food and drink at the South Beach favorite, enough for a full meal for two. Described as a "fun alternative to run-of-the-mill sushi" by Miami.com, Kone offers an array of different dishes from fresh seafood salads to thick, elaborate sushi rolls. Pick from traditional sushi with Latin flare, such as the Crunchy Monster Roll ($12.95), salmon special sashimi with jalapeno and ponzo sauce ($10.25) and gyoza appetizer ($3). Or, go for the namesake dish and try Kone hand rolls like tuna, shrimp tempura and avocado ($8.50), spicy octopus ($8.75) or Crazy Kone with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna and cucumber ($9.25) -- recommended by Thrillist. Terms and Conditions Vouchers may be redeemed starting Monday, Sept. 17, though Dec. 17, 2012. Reservations are required. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Limit 1 voucher per 2 people. Must be used in 1 visit. Tax and gratuity, if applicable, are not included. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Dine-in only.
Why You Should Go: You like to stay ahead of trends, especially when it comes to your favorite cuisine. Popularized by Rio's trendy crowd, Kone lets you experiment with the latest innovation in sushi - Brazilian-style, six-inch, funnel-shaped cones known as Temaki. Why You'll Love It: Located in the heart of trendy South Beach, Kone is just one block from the beach and features an outside dining area to enjoy their Japanese-Brazilian delicacies. Plus, their bar offers inventive cocktails like the Sake-Pirinha (sake with muddled limes) to accompany your meal. What You Should Eat: Stick to the classics like salmon tartare, California rolls, or Spicy Tuna. Or more adventurous sushi lovers can try rolls like the Miami Beach (shrimp and salmon tempura, scallions, lemon, jalapeno, spicy sauce) or the Magma (salmon, chili sauce & powder, scallions, tuna, spicy mayo). What's the Buzz: UrbanDaddy calls Kone "a sleek, date-spot-worthy sushi den with a twist" and Urbanspooners give it an 85% "Like it" rating.
Feel Free at KoneKone is a new concept of sushi restaurant. To better describe this concept there's three main words, exquisite, modern and share. It's an all-new way to pursue Japanese food. We have a strong Brazilian fusion on our recipes. Why is that? Well, the biggest colony of Japanese in the world is Brazil. That tropical spirit mixed with the life changing experience of that community in a whole new environment, the American continent, have created a new complete exquisite experience, modern and innovate. And that's what we want to share. Welcome! Just for a glance, this what you'll find at Kone. Our specialty is rolls, but not typical rolls, they are made in the shape of cones. That's called Temaki, by the Japanese, Te (hand) maki (roll). Made by hand and eaten by hand, it became the most popular Japanese dish in Brazil. That's why we offer more than 30 different recipes and we are sure you'll love them. Ok, we don't want to tell all the surprises and our concept all in here, so we definitely encourage you to try it yourself this whole new experience.
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