Ethnic restaurants provide a taste of variety for everyone not lucky enough to travel frequently or secretly live in the United Nations food court. Have a far-flung feast with this Groupon.
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$20 for $40 off your bill
$60 for three vouchers (a $120 value); each voucher is good for $40 off your bill<p>
Menu items include the bibimbap with vegetables, beef, and fried egg mixed with rice, or the L.A. kalbi—grilled-beef short ribs that have been marinated in the chef’s special sauce.<p>
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- Appetizer—scallion pancake with seafood ($13.99)
- Entrees—kimchi and sliced pork in spicy beef broth ($11.99) and Korean-style pork sausage ($13.99)
Total Bill: $39.97<p>
Lined with busy shops bearing Korean-language signs, Palisades Park's Broad Avenue is the "epicenter of life in Korean New Jersey," according to food blog Serious Eats. Nestled on this bustling strip is Hanbat Restaurant, the sister location of the Michelin-recommended Manhattan eatery of the same name. Hanbat's menu reveals its chefs' commitment to traditional Korean cuisine: iconic ingredients like kimchi and L.A. kalbi or marinated beef short ribs help chefs add their distinctive flavors to select dishes, and the barbecue section spotlights everything from grilled brisket to duck. The dishes' presentation also adds to this deeply rooted sense of authenticity: in addition to serving rice in hot stone bowls, chefs also stir-fry a couple of entrees tableside, incorporating pork belly, vegetables, and a choice of seafood into the mix.