Szechuan Restaurants Deals in Pittsburgh
Maybe you aren't exactly the best chef in town and you burnt the New Year's pork and sauerkraut feast -- again. Let the oven win this time, write your own post-Christmas Story this year with Asian fare from today's deal at Kiyoshi Bistro. Pay $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks at this Moon Township spot. Whether you're hungry for Chinese- or Japanese-influenced cuisine, this menu packs everything from Szechuan beef to the sashimi combination platter featuring the chef's special assortment of seafood. Perhaps you won't be served a roast duck on a platter, but instead try the wonton soup, moo shu shrimp, or seafood lo mein. For half off, this deal is perfectly priced to become a new New Year's tradition.
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 today’s Groupon. The Deal $15 for $30 worth of Chinese dinner fare, such as: Tuna-and-avocado sushi roll ($5.95) Steamed vegetable dumplings ($6.95) Beef lo mein ($7.95) Szechuan shrimp and scallops ($14.50) See the full dinner menu Red Tea House Red Tea House peppers palates with an amalgam of Asian flavors with a menu of Chinese specialties and freshly bundled sushi options. While skilled maki chefs manipulate scallops, salmon, and yellowtail into intricate rolls, diners wrap ...
Why You Should Go: From types of apples to Red Hot Chili Peppers songs to Lady Gaga outfits, we all appreciate a little variety most of the time. Though Asia is one continent, it’s made up of many different cultures, each somehow creating their own amazing cuisine. And whether you prefer Japanese, Thai or Hunan, Szechuan or Mandarin Chinese food, you’ll find a mouth-watering variety of Pan Asian dishes in an elegant setting at China Palace. What You Should Know: Celebrating its 21st anniversary, China Palace has all the classic Asian dishes and sushi rolls you’d expect, but it’s the creative, specialty dishes that separate it from the rest. Try the Spicy Mango Prawns or the Pineapple Curry Chicken, or, for the sushi lover, the Palace Roll (hamachi, scallop and scallions topped with white tuna and salmon) or the Sexy Dragon Roll (spicy tuna and crab inside, topped with unagi and avocado). From General Tso's Chicken to Udon Noodles and everything in between, whatever you’re craving, China Palace does it, and does it well.