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Posted: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 11:21 AM

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There are certain things that should probably never be approached with a do-it-yourself mentality including acupuncture, nuclear fission and in some cases, making sushi. Though we don't doubt your extraordinary powers in the kitchen, the creation of a roll is not something to take lightly as it can so often end in the catastrophe. Get the sushi you crave made just the way you like it without doing the dirty work at Sushi Taka. Indulge on the cheap with today's deal of two big California rolls at this brand new sushi bar, a $14 value, for just $7.

This take-out-only restaurant operates under the belief that everyone should be able to be their own sushi chef regardless of their rolling skills. Make your own specialty roll from the menu of ingredients including proteins like salmon, spicy tuna, shrimp tempura, teriyaki chicken meatball and more and veggies ranging from bell pepper and cucumber to onion and even guacamole. A roll with one protein and two veggies plus a sauce runs just $7.50. Today's deal is valid only for two large California rolls, which make a perfect lunch or split appetizer before dinner.

Located in Chinatown, Sushi Taka is open Monday through Friday from 10:00am - 6:00pm and Saturday from 11:00am - 2:00pm. Experience the new kid on the sushi block with the customizable eats at Sushi Taka.

Highlights

Brand new sushi bar in the heart of the city.
Between Financial District and Chinatown.
Green tea rice for all rolls.

Fine Print

Expires 5/22/2012.
Voucher cannot be redeemed until the day after deal closes.
Can only redeem for California Rolls, not for any other item.
Valid for take-out only.
One voucher per person.
See the fine print that applies to all deals.

• Location: San Francisco

• Post ID: 9649276 sf
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