Szechuan Restaurants Deals in Kansas City
Like Google, Chinese food has become a verb. It’s not just something you eat. It’s something that you do. Now affordable Chinese mainstays such as the House Special Lo Mein, Shrimp with Lobster Sauce, and Moo Shu Beef are served up hot, fresh and fast for half the regular price. Even if you aren’t craving Yummy Chinese today you know you’re going to. And with today’s PERK you get $20 worth of their wide array of menu choices for $10. Considering the generous portions, it’s worth more than twice that in the first place. Yummy Chinese is known for delivering instant gratification by providing one of life’s more scrumptious comfort foods pretty much all the time. You get to wondering if the owners have a life because they’re ready when you are seven days a week morning, noon and night. After 10 years in the same location, Yummy Chinese has built a loyal following of fans who write glowing reviews on the web. The fare is tailored to the American palette but features classic signature dishes like General Tso’s Chicken, Szechuan Beef, Shrimp Fried Rice and even some Thai specialties such as Pad Thai. Don’t worry about the experience being too authentic. Yummy Chinese is known for adjusting spice levels to suit the diner’s preference and takes extra care to inform you if a dish may be too spicy. So print your PERK and bring it in today or save it for the inevitable craving before they’re all gone. Because next time you say “Let’s do Chinese” you need to be prepared to take action.
Though his chariot oil, sword polish, and fax paper are now obsolete, people still enjoy General Tso's chicken. Make a coordinated attack on hunger with this Groupon. $8 for $16 Worth of Chinese Fare The menu includes à la carte items such as crab rangoon ($3.95), spicy szechuan chicken ($6.95), and sweet-and-sour shrimp ($8.95). Lunch specials, which include crab rangoon and fried rice, deliver cashew chicken ($6.95) and beef with broccoli ($7.95) to plates from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. A daily buffet ($8/person) includes an ever-changing cast of dishes, such as kung pao beef and vegetable lo mein, alongside ...