Soul Food Deals in Toronto
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Eating international food at a local restaurant bypasses many transatlantic travel woes, such as jet lag and oar splinters. Stamp your palate's passport with this Groupon. $49 for a Four-Course Italian Dinner for Two (Up to $113.60 Value) Click here to see the full prix fixe menu.
The best sauces, like the best imaginary friends, are rich and from the Mediterranean. Dine alone or with Esmeralda the railroad tycoon with this Groupon. $25 for $50 Worth of Italian Food The menu features a pizza with speck, tomato, mozzarella, and basil ($17), gnocchi with gorgonzola, arugula, walnuts, and Parmigiano-Reggiano ($18)—and a handful of entrees, such as two filets of Mediterranean sea bass ($30). Guests who dine in for dinner Sunday–Wednesday or lunch Sunday–Monday will also receive a salumi side dish on the house (up to a $10 value).
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Voucher expires August 11, 2013 Buy 2 vouchers for yourself, unlimited as gift Reservations required, call 416-599-1989 for bookings 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void Subject to availability Limit 1 voucher per table of 2, up to 2 vouchers for tables of 4 or more Full value must be used in 1 visit No cash back or credit Not valid with any other current offers, promotions or deals Voucher redeemable 72 hours after purchase
You like to think you have a good sense of adventure. You tried mild enchiladas 2 years ago on a dare and had a bite of leftover spaghetti your girlfriend made last week. The problem is that the closest you get to Korean cuisine is the Asian guy at the local burger joint who gives you the option of soy sauce with your fries. Tempting, but soy sauce is just the beginning.Kimchi Korea House is Toronto’s own house of traditional Korean cuisine conveniently located in the heart of downtown Toronto. They invite you to dine with them and savour the taste of all the delicious flavours of their uniquely inspired menu. Founded on three principles – quality ingredients, authentic flavour, and great service their dishes are prepared with only the finest of ingredients by their chefs to create an unforgettable Korean taste. Their passion and dedication shows in their flavourful food. You can always look forward to dishes cooked with heart and soul and served with a dash of creativity when you dine at Kimchi Korea House. Paired with the superior service of their dedicated staff, Kimchi Korea House is a dining experience you will not soon forget. The ultimate Korean dining experience awaits you; what are you waiting for?Join the friendly and attentive staff at Kimchi Korea House and delight in an authentic and traditional Korean meal. It turns out ginger is more than just an overly freckled redhead; it’s also a tangy and delicious spice. Who could have known? “Kimchi Korea House is straight-forward, solid, tasty, and affordable Korean food. What they do, they do well. We both ordered the bi-bim-bop, the staple of Korean food. We were pleasantly surprised to see it arrived in an amazingly hot stone bowl, which is exactly how it should be served. The egg on top was freshly cracked and there was a nice mix of vegetables. I love how the rice on the bottom gets crispy over the course of the meal. We both got a free salad and the standard set of 4 or 5 ban-chan (the dishes of pickled goodness that precede a traditional meal in a Korean restaurant). The kimchi was the perfect level of spice and the pickled daikon was excellent. The ban-chan were frequently refilled and service was good. The decor is very modern and the muzak was an interesting blend of dancy-pop-remixes. Service was generally pretty good. The price was excellent and we both left satisfied.”- Lana P.“I come here quite often with my girlfriend (we live in the area), and we definitely love the place! I usually order the pork bone soup ($8), which usually comes with a large portion of pork bone and is enough to fill me for a couple hours (and I'm a pretty big eater). I have also had the bulgolgi and the dolsot bimbimbap - which is also good. They also bring an assortment of side dishes, which are all good (if you ask - you might event get some of their delicious fried potatoes. Mmmm...). If you're looking for a clean restaurant with good service that is reasonably priced - definitely check out Kimchi Korea House. Bapbo across the street is much more expensive with poorer service and the quality isn’t anywhere near that of this Kimchi Korea House. This place is definitely worth a visit.”- Ernest C.
The Fine Print
Voucher expires August 17, 2013 Buy 1 voucher for yourself, unlimited as gifts Limit of 1 voucher per table of 3 or fewer, limit 2 vouchers per table of 4 or more Valid for alcohol with the purchase of food By reservation only on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, call 416 913 4227 for bookings 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void Taxes and gratuities not included No cash back or credit Not valid with any other current offers, promotions or deals Voucher redeemable 72 hours after purchase
Yes, your city is multicultural. Why is it, then, that you get so bored with its cuisine? You’re so sick of Thai food you could cry, and even sushi isn’t doing it for you any more. It seems you’ve tried everything far too many times, and your yearning for a bit of a chance. What do you want? You want authentic, but not pretentious. You want delicious, yet also unique. You live in a fairly large city. Surely, there’s something out there to satisfy your foodie soul?Indeed there is! At La Bella Managua, you’ll be served delectably authentic Nicaraguan cuisine that will blow you away with its fantastic taste. This wonderful restaurant combines the elements of all Latin American cooking methods, while adding a unique twist. Served to you by a friendly and attentive staff, you’re in for an evening you won’t forget. And as an added bonus, the portions are more than enough to satisfy your eager stomach.Try a little something new with this great deal from Buytopia. La Bella Managua has everything you’re looking for in cuisine. Prepare to have your mind blown—and your taste buds, too! “What a wonderful change from the usual! Staff were attentive and friendly on a busy Saturday, and there were lots of families and Spanish speakers filling this small Bloor Street restaurant. We had tamales and a crab soup (with real crab!), a big order of pasta (my husband tells me it was excellent, if not the first thing many of us would think of ordering in a Nicaraguan restaurant), coffee and a barley drink (wouldn't have it again, but glad I tried it), which cam to $33 including tax. Highly recommended for a reasonably priced, tasty meal in congenial surroundings.”- Siera C.“As others have mentioned, you get a LOT of food for what you pay. We went in for lunch. Nice atmosphere, great service, and a nice variety of choices on the menu. The owner explained that he tried to include typical foods that people in the different regions of Nicaragua would eat for dinner and this is what gives the menu its variety. As for the food, we really enjoyed the pork but found the beef in the carne asada to be a little tough. We also loved the cabbage salad and the yucca. Order the ceviche as an appetizer as it is a "must try." Overall, this is a great choice!”- Ben D.“One of my best friends is Nicaraguan and loves this place. She takes us there every chance she gets and it's really great. The price can't be beat and the food - well, there's a lot of it and it's great! :) Enjoy!”- Zoe J.
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