Malaysian Food or Spring Banquet-Style Dinner at Neo Malaysian Kitchen (Up to 51% Off). Five Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Zagat-rated restaurant incorporates southeastern Asian influences into its family-style menu of meat and vegetarian entrees

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Expiration varies. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Must call in advance to reserve and confirm menu selection for graduation banquet-style dinner dinner option. Dine-in only. 2-drink minimum for $30 Groupon, 4-drink minimum for $60 Groupon. Not valid for lunch buffet. Graduation banquet-style dinner valid only from 5/1/13-5/31/13. Not valid on holidays. $30 and $60 Groupon not valid for petite portions. Not valid for happy hour. 18% gratuity applies for parties of 6 or more. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Eating international fare at a local restaurant bypasses many transatlantic travel woes, such as jet lag and oar splinters. Stamp your palate’s passport with this Groupon.

Choose from Five Options

  • $15 for $30 worth of Malaysian cuisine for two or more
  • $30 for $60 worth of Malaysian cuisine for four or more
  • $27 for a two-course Bloom Menu prix fix meal for two with wine (a $55 value)
  • $55 for a two-course Bloom Menu prix fix meal for four with wine (a $110 value)
  • $110 for a spring banquet-style dinner for eight people (a $220 value)

The à la carte menu's housemade curry puffs ($2.95) pave the way for entrees such as shiitake-glazed strip steak served with steamed baby bok choy ($24.95), spicy lamb curry braised with Malaysian spices ($16.95), and seared shrimp and scallops with sake crème and shiitake ($18.95).

The Bloom Menu lets pairs split one starter such as housemade pot stickers. Then, they'll dig into two entrees, such as pad thai or beer rendang as they each sip their own glass of red or white wine.

Celebrate a new grad with a seven-course feast for up to eight guests. The meal will be served banquet-style, and diners can customize their menu with meat, seafood, and vegetarian options. Add up to two more guests for $13.95 per person.

Neo Malaysian Kitchen

As co-owner Chris Yap told Tucson Weekly in 2006, "We want to establish Malaysian cuisine as world-class, affordable cuisine." To introduce diners to the gustatory mélange of Malaysian culture, which includes influences from southeastern Asia, India, and China, the chefs rely on generations-old family recipes. Coconut cream, turmeric, cumin, ginger, and spicy shrimp paste lend these recipes their distinctly pan-regional flavors, appearing in fiery curries as well as savory orders of lemak. Brimming with meats such as beef, scallops, or salmon, the generously portioned dishes are served family style, which allows them to better feed small groups of diners or wind-up chattering teeth. The atmosphere in which diners enjoy this globally inspired fare features mellifluous background music and dim lighting, an aesthetic unity that makes the ambiance elegant and comfortable.

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