$15 for $30 Worth of Chinese Cuisine at Confucio Express

Northeast Coconut Grove

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Amid cherry-blossom murals, guests dine on Chinese staples such as chop suey, dumplings, and orange chicken

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Expires Feb 27th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only at Coconut Grove location. Extra $3 fee for delivery. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for $30 Worth of Chinese Cuisine

Chinese dishes include chicken lettuce wraps ($9), sweet and sour eggplant ($12.50), shrimp chop suey ($14.50), and pork lo mein ($11.50). See the full menu.

Confucio Express

Jose Choi took up his family’s culinary traditions when he opened his first restaurant four years ago, replicating his parents' original Jardines de Confucio eatery located in faraway Barranquilla, Columbia. After joining forces with his friend Carlos Visbal, Jose expanded the family business into Brickell, spicing up the local flavor with fried rice, chop suey, and noodles. Visitors belly up to the takeout counter or dine among the interior's crimson upholstered benches, lacy white chairs, and murals of cherry blossoms to treat taste buds to spicy pork curries, beef and broccoli, and garlic eggplant.

Confucio Express

Jose Choi took up his family’s culinary traditions when he opened his first restaurant four years ago, replicating his parents' original Jardines de Confucio eatery located in faraway Barranquilla, Columbia. After joining forces with his friend Carlos Visbal, Jose expanded the family business into Brickell, spicing up the local flavor with fried rice, chop suey, and noodles. Visitors belly up to the takeout counter or dine among the interior's crimson upholstered benches, lacy white chairs, and murals of cherry blossoms to treat taste buds to spicy pork curries, beef and broccoli, and garlic eggplant.

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