Fried Rice Deals in New York
Stomachs only growl when they're hungry or preparing to bite the hand that keeps tickling them. Tame the beast within with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $25 for a Cuban meal for 2 (up to a $59.70 total value) Two entrees (up to a $17.95 value each) Two sides (up to a $7.95 value each) Two desserts (up to a $3.95 value each) $49 for a Cuban meal for 4 (up to a $119.40 value) Four entrees (up to a $17.95 value each) Four sides (up to a $7.95 value each) Four desserts (up to a $3.95 value each) ...
Just as the Mexican peninsula looks like a giant chili pepper, Venezuela looks like an empanada shaped like Venezuela. Explore the world with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Venezuelan Cuisine The menu’s fried green plantains ($7) set the stage for rice-and-seafood soup ($10), arepas with pulled pork and cheese ($7), and empanadas with shredded beef, black beans, and salty cheese ($5.50).
Being served by a good waiter makes you feel important, much like hearing people talk about something you did over a grocery store's intercom. Get what's coming to you with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $10 for $20 worth of Korean and Korean-Chinese cuisine $25 for $40 worth of Korean and Korean-Chinese cuisine, plus two glasses of beer or wine (up to a $52 value) Guests chow down from a menu of Korean-Chinese entrees such as fried beef with red pepper sauce ($10.95), shrimp tofu ($15.95), fried scallops ($18.95), noodles and rice, and beverages such as Tsingtao beer ($5).
Sushi brings together two things commonly thrown at weddings—rice and raw fish. Celebrate a beautiful union with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $19.99 for a Japanese meal for two (up to a $52 total value) One small plate (up to a $12 value) One soup or salad (up to a $6 value) One sushi roll (up to a $12 value) One noodle or rice dish (up to a $12 value) Two glasses of wine or beer (up to a $10 value each) $39.99 for a Japanese meal for four (up to a $104 total value) Two small plates (up ...
Descending into this cozy East Village restaurant, you might not know what era you’re in: Billie Holiday croons from speakers while walls are speckled with portraits of bygone stars from Frank Sinatra to the Clash. The food is similarly eclectic, a bold mix of Italian comfort with New Orleans soul. Kick off your meal with the jambalaya balls, a Creole riff on the Sicilian fried rice ball arancini, stuffed with smoky andouille sausage, tasso ham, and rock shrimp. The crispy Greek fries are addictive, topped with feta, herbs, chili, and lemon, and are best dug into with a fork. But one of the menu’s best is "Paulie’s big braciola," named for Chef Paul Gerard’s thinly pounded pork and beef wrapped around a traditional Italian bread crumb stuffing, laid on a bed of creamy polenta, and christened with a sweet tomato sauce.
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