Pan-Asian Dinner for Two or Four at Dragonfly (Up to 65% Off)

Upper East Side

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In a Nutshell

Pan-Asian dishes such as truffled shiitake-mushroom noodles and steamed pork buns precede huckleberry cheesecake and coconut rice pudding

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 30th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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)<p>

$65 for a pan-Asian dinner for four (up to a $184 total value)

  • Eight dishes from the salads and rolls or Street Cart sections of the menu (up to a $16 value each)
  • Four glasses of wine, cocktail, or nonalcoholic drink (up to a $10 value each)
  • Two desserts (an $8 value)<p>

Dessert options include huckleberry cheesecake with cinnamon streusel, molten chocolate cake with sesame brittle, coconut rice pudding, tropical-fruit granita, and gourmet ice cream or sorbet.<p>

Dragonfly

Cornelius Gallagher earned accolades as the executive chef for Oceana, but after he left, a trip to Vietnam, Thailand, and China sparked his passion for Asian flavors and inspired him to open Dragonfly, according to the New York Post. Now, Chef Scott Gery has taken his place at the helm and continues to deliver a unique take on intricate Asian dishes. Gery and his team whip up elegant dishes such as crispy Vietnamese snapper nestled in rice pearls and dished with an apricot-tamarind sauce, and tater tots that gush with melted gruyere cheese and memories of Idaho.

Though the dishes are sophisticated, the restaurant keeps its vibe casual. Asian statuettes overlook the modern, warmly lit dining room’s booths and wooden tables. At the long, wooden bar, bartenders mix signature cocktails, including a green-tea martini with green-tea vodka, honey water, and fresh lemon.

DragonflyNY

Cornelius Gallagher earned accolades as the executive chef for Oceana, but after he left, a trip to Vietnam, Thailand, and China sparked his passion for Asian flavors and inspired him to open DragonflyNY, according to the New York Post. Now, Chef Scott Gery has taken his place at the helm and continues to deliver a unique take on intricate Asian dishes. Gery and his team whip up elegant dishes such as crispy Vietnamese snapper nestled in rice pearls and dished with an apricot-tamarind sauce, and tater tots that gush with melted gruyere cheese and memories of Idaho.

Though the dishes are sophisticated, the restaurant keeps its vibe casual. Asian statuettes overlook the modern, warmly lit dining room’s booths and wooden tables. At the long, wooden bar, bartenders mix signature cocktails, including a green-tea martini with green-tea vodka, honey water, and fresh lemon.


Reviews

“Silken” lettuce wraps mean silken-textured chicken inside leaves full of nuanced fireworks.

Steve Cuozzo, New York Post, 6/5/12

Really inventive, creative food.

Opentable diner, 5/15/12
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    Upper East Side

    1463 3rd Avenue

    Manhattan, New York 10028

    212-203-5518

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