When it comes to clairvoyant pastries, breaking apart a fortune cookie is much more dignified than digging through a jelly donut in search of a keychain magic 8 ball. Feast on your future with this Groupon.
$12.50 for $25 Toward a Chinese Dinner for Two
The menu includes both Northern and Southern Chinese cuisine, ranging from crispy fried wontons ($5.95 for eight) and prawns with lobster sauce ($9.95) to spicier fare, such as Mongolian-style beef ($9.25) and curry chicken ($8.95).
Drawing upon the culinary traditions of both North and South China, the chefs at Genghis Khan whip up a selection of chopstick cargo so varied it's bound to satisfy a wide range of cravings. Delivered to one's table or one's home, the dishes include Chinese-American favorites such as seaweed salad harvested from Dressing Ocean, salt-and-pepper prawns, sichuan beef, and kung pao chicken. The chefs serve 14 chicken entrees in all, and they can even cater events with trays of their food. After 3 p.m., beers only cost 150 pennies, 30 nickels, or a dollar bill plus another dollar bill that’s blank on one side ($1.50).
I have tried everything on the menu and have yet to be disappointed. Be sure to try their pot stickers, they are unbelievable.Carabiner S., Yelp, 2/14/13
What it is is hot, freshly made, affordable, delicious Chinese food that arrives at your door and tastes like you'd expect Chinese to taste.Jessica W., Yelp, 1/9/13
75% of 119 customers recommend
“Food was good and very fast. Would recommend trying it!”
“Try to explain your order in an easy English. Sometimes, it can be tricky to try and convey your message. The waitress charged us $2.00 for "extra chicken" that we...”
“Try to explain your order in an easy English. Sometimes, it can be tricky to try and convey your message. The waitress charged us $2.00 for "extra chicken" that we didn't ask for.”
“Looks like a hole in the wall..but good food for the money. I always get honey walnut prawns and a cup of wonton soup. Stay away from "shrimp wontons" appetizer. Good...”
“Looks like a hole in the wall..but good food for the money. I always get honey walnut prawns and a cup of wonton soup. Stay away from "shrimp wontons" appetizer. Good but there is only one tiny shrimp in each one!”
Pike Place Market
1422 1st Ave.
Seattle, Washington 98101