Soup Restaurant Deals in Fort Lauderdale
Now that you've survived the New Year's festivities, today's deal offers a healthier way to thai one on: Pay $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink at Thai Curry Restaurant in Tamarac. As an added bonus, use your voucher any Monday through Thursday and enjoy one glass of house wine per person. Serving authentic Thai cuisine for a decade in South Florida, this popular neighborhood restaurant has curried favor with the Sun Sentinel, receiving a stellar rating of 3.5 stars out of 4. Enjoy crispy spring rolls, steamed dumplings, seafood salads, spicy soups, rice noodles, chicken, beef, shrimp, pork, fried rice, vegetarian dishes, and spectacular sushi and sashimi offerings. With this thai-riffic deal, you can salute your savings savvy with some suppertime spice.
Fine-dining establishments give you options, such as “soup or salad?” and “silver platter or wax-paper-lined top hat?” Celebrate good taste with this Groupon. $39 for Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two ($78 Value) Two appetizers Two entrees Two desserts See the prix fixe menu Oak Room Restaurant The woodwork of the spacious Oak Room Restaurant compliments the flickers of candlelight to complete a distinctly romantic ambiance. One of four restaurants at the Inverrary vacation resort, the Oak Room's fusion of classic gourmet and southern Florida regional delicacies as designed by celebrity Chef Omar Pereney has been known to lure hungry ...
Sure, it's the year of the dragon -- but if your recent experiences with Asian food haven't had you breathing flames of excitement, sink your claws into today's deal from Lily Garden Chinese Restaurant: Pay $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink at this popular Coconut Creek eatery. Start by munching on a couple crispy egg rolls and sipping the dreamy egg drop soup; then, get mouthwateringly serious with some honey-walnut chicken, Hong Kong-style roast duck, or Four Season -- a dish with lobster, shrimp, pork, and white-meat chicken sautéed with baby corn, straw mushrooms, and mixed veggies. Top things off with mochi ice cream or a fried banana, and you've got a meal delicious enough to extinguish an appetite of even the most mythical proportions. Want more? Check out Lily Garden Chinese Restaurant on Facebook.