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Authentic Korean Dinner for Two or Four at Korea House (Half Off)

Santa Clara

56% of 803 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Authentic Korean dinners include rice cakes in beef broth, marinated strips of thin-sliced rib eye, and savory hot-pot casseroles

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Watching chefs prepare your dinner ensures that they are using fresh ingredients instead of arranging pictures cut from the menu atop a bed of rice. See food with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$20 for an authentic Korean dinner for two (a $39.95 value), which includes the following:

  • Duk kuk—a rice cake in beef broth, or soon doo bu jige—a hot soup with tofu, beef, and shrimp
  • Bulgogi—marinated thin-sliced rib eye
  • Japchae—noodles with beef and vegetables
  • Saeng sun jun—egg roll with fish
  • Sang chu—lettuce and soybean paste (optional)

$40 for an a Korean dinner for four (a $79.95 value), which includes the following:

  • Duk kuk—a rice cake in beef broth
  • Bulgogi—marinated thin-sliced rib eye
  • Jungol—a hot-pot casserole
  • Saeng sun jun—egg roll with fish
  • Japchae—noodles with beef and vegetables
  • Saeng sun gui—roasted and seasoned fish

Korea House

From bowls of vegetable-filled bibimbap to sizzling platters of marinated beef bulgogi, the hefty portions that Korea House piles onto plates leave diners stuffed with the peninsula’s most authentic tastes. Chefs show off techniques learned here and abroad, marinating Korean-style short ribs in a barbecue sauce and serving broiled eel over smoldering coals. Their signature hot pots pair morsels of crab and pork with squirts of hot sauce and kimchi. Although meat often plays a leading role in the dishes, the Sunnyvale eatery also caters to vegetarians by slicing and dicing fresh ingredients into traditional mung-bean pancakes and frying vegetables into the shape of the letter V.


Delicious food and expansive menu. Try any of the soup-based dishes.

Derek W., Google+


56% of 803 customers recommend

  • “People are nice and foods are good.”

  • “It's good to know some Korean.”

  • “Great place with a lot of food. I had my wife and my 3 kids and we have left overs. The menu is set and the food just kept coming. ”

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    Santa Clara

    2340 El Camino Real

    Santa Clara, California 95050

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