Going for the Gold

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This was too funny to pass up. Sent by the PR firm working for Haru a sushi restaurant in Old City:

HARU LAUNCHES “TUTANSUSHI ROLL” IN HONOR OF KING TUT

The golden era of Tut-mania is on a roll in Philadelphia, literally, with the introduction of the Tutansushi Roll, featuring genuine gold leaf, available starting February 3 at Haru Sushi, 241-3 Chestnut St., serving up inventive Japanese fusion cuisine with a contemporary flair.

“We challenged our chef to create a roll truly suitable for a king and so the Tutansushi Roll was born” said Seth Rose, vice president of operations for Haru. “Our chef’s creation begins with spicy salmon and mango which is wrapped in a colorful mix of avocado, tuna and mango, and topped with caviar. He then adds the golden touch: genuine gold leaf.”

If you bring your ticket stub from the King Tut show at the Franklin Institute you get 20 percent off your golden Tutansushi. And if gold-leaf sushi’s not your thing, check out the other golden Tut-related bargains in restaurants around town. It seems the whole town is capitalizing on the museum’s Tut-Tut-mania.

That is all.

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artblog, king tut, philadelphia, sushi

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