Vietnamese Restaurant Deals in New York
Bun Soho is the kind of place where no one minds a wait (not that there usually is one), because the crowds are there for a reason: the food is spectacular. Sample the New York culinary staple with today's steaming, flavorful kgbdeal: $12 for $25 worth of food at Bun Soho. Bún are Vietnamese rice vermicelli noodles, a filling and satisfying basis for many of the nation's best-loved (and most-exported) flavors. Here, chefs serve up a wide range of authentic Vietnamese and Southern Chinese Guizhou cuisine, with emphasis on the wild, authentic flavors and lip-smacking textures that New York foodies crave. The result has drawn lots of attention from critics over the years. What Bloomberg called "An intoxicating melange of flavors and textures," and the New York Sun praised as "vibrant" and "exquisitely balanced," we call just plain delicious. Reviews: Bun Soho has an impressive 3-star rating on Yelp from 111 reviewers: “This place is impeccable. ...It's definitely worth visiting this gem of a restaurant..." -Clarissa A. on 10/24/11
Dining at a fusion restaurant allows people to sample the flavors of multiple cultures at once without stapling spaghetti noodles to a burrito. Sup artfully prepared exotic dishes with this Groupon. $23 for a Four-Course Asian-Fusion Prix-Fixe Dinner for Two (Up to a $48.90 Value) Eight fried-dumpling mini bites with sweet-and-sour sauce (a $9 value) One shared entrée (up to an $18.95 value) One shared plate of fried rice (an $11.95 value) Two mini bowls of pho (a $9 value) See the full prix-fixe menu Shanghai Mong Shanghai Mong's eclectic menu of flavorful soups, texture-rich pho, and shareable starter plates ...
Dinner comes after lunch but before bedtime, just like the moment when you learn if it’s a werewolf night or not. Assume it's not and fill up with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $35 for a pan-Asian dinner for two (up to a $92 total value) Four dishes from the salads and rolls or Street Cart sections of the menu (up to a $16 value each) Two glasses of wine, cocktail, or nonalcoholic drink (up to a $10 value each) One dessert (an $8 value) $65 for a pan-Asian dinner for four (up to a $184 total value) Eight ...