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[Katsuya Canada] 30% off on All Takeout (Cash only) Valid at all Ontario & BC locations

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30% off on All Takeout (Cash only) Valid at all Ontario & BC locations

Expiry:
March 31, 2021
Retailer:
Katsuya Canada
-Deal still ongoing: 30% off on all takeout

-Cash only

-Valid at all locations across Ontario and British Columbia

-Discount available until dine-in is allowed again

https://katsuya.ca/toronto-menu/

Note: Their sister restaurant Bobooya in North York also has 30% discount cash promo or 20% by card

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their sauces are all so… extra to me
tastes better without the sauce... do they have a normal sauce not on the menu? like a basic basic sauce
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Aug 28, 2013
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Richmond Hill
Best deal ever was 50% right? I heard my friend told me one time...
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Feb 4, 2007
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Cash only? Sounds pretty gross in today's world.
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RoyF482 wrote: Best deal ever was 50% right? I heard my friend told me one time...
if my memory is right, the last time they had 50% off for all locations in ontario was in July of 2019 and for Vaughan grand opening in August 2020
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is takeout any good? i mean it's been sitting in sauce for a while before getting home and eating...
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Mysticode wrote: Cash only? Sounds pretty gross in today's world.
would you rather 15% off w/ card?
muffin4life wrote: is takeout any good? i mean it's been sitting in soup for a while before getting home and eating...
get sauce ots
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Mysticode wrote: Cash only? Sounds pretty gross in today's world.
Considering cash is only legal tender in Canada, shops have to accept it. I laugh every time I see store saying they accept card payments only. Guess they have no idea that legally they cant say no to cash payment.
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May 4, 2018
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muffin4life wrote: is takeout any good? i mean it's been sitting in sauce for a while before getting home and eating...
They package the sauce separately. The food containers are also vented so the breading doesn't get soggy.
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Aug 11, 2014
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Lol nice to see the Coquitlam menu is still ~$1 more for everything compared to Ontario... Guess it's the "Vancouver tax".
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cvrle1 wrote: Considering cash is only legal tender in Canada, shops have to accept it. I laugh every time I see store saying they accept card payments only. Guess they have no idea that legally they cant say no to cash payment.
It's not illegal to refuse cash. 'Legal tender' doesn't mean that anyone has to accept it. For example, many businesses have been refusing hundred dollar bills (because of counterfeit concerns) for years.

A spokesperson for the Bank of Canada said that it is up to the seller to determine the method of payment.

“No law requires anyone to accept bank notes or any other form of payment to settle a commercial transaction,” Josianne Ménard told Global News through email.

She said the fact that bills are often described as legal tender is irrelevant.

“While the term ‘legal tender’ describes the money approved in a country for paying debts or settling commercial transactions, it does not force anyone to accept that form of payment,” Ménard explained.
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Oct 18, 2014
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I ordered last time they had a discount cause if covid and was not impressed with their food. I did not enjoy it at all and would not go back even if it was 90 % off.
That's only what i experienced so I'mnot bashing them it's justi didn't like it. Also I ordered 3 different things ones plus 2 sides to try so it's not just one thing i didn't like it was the whole order.

If you enjoy their food it's a good deal!
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Jan 1, 2021
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Coquitlam location already doing 30% off for cash orders.

Will likely try this.
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I wish theyd bring back the meat packs again. That was an excellent deal.

Anyway, I know what Im having for dinner this weekend!
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All the Ont locations were doing this since the latest lockdown actually. They make a good product
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actng wrote: their sauces are all so… extra to me
tastes better without the sauce... do they have a normal sauce not on the menu? like a basic basic sauce
I usually get Japanese or curry sauce, those 2 are more "traditional" & I prefer over their other sauces
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actng wrote: their sauces are all so… extra to me
tastes better without the sauce... do they have a normal sauce not on the menu? like a basic basic sauce
The original or curry sauces. You can get it on the side (I think it comes that way for takeout as default, at least the one I get it from) and just add however much you want. I agree, I prefer the ones that are not just a butt ton of cheese, cream and spices.
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Apr 1, 2009
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VANSTERDAM60420 wrote: is the Vancouver/Coquitlam location dine in only and not take out?

just wondering cause their website says

* Dine-in Service Only *
https://katsuya.ca/vancouver-menu/
No, the "Dine-in Service Only" is for the "Cabbage and miso soup are free to unlimited refil for those who order tonkatsu set, a bowl of rice is refillable for only one time." note.

On another note, is the Robson one opened yet?

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