Chinese Cuisine at Pearl Wok (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.
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In a Nutshell
Diners enjoy walnut shrimp, vegetable lo mein, and mu-shu pork wrapped in savory pancakes
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Expires May 1st, 2013.
Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for Valentine's Day or Mother's Day. Not valid for happy hour or specials. Dinner entree not valid for Sesame Scallops, Sizzling Seafood, Steamed Vegetable Seafood plate and Gourmet 2 Person Specials.
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Choose Between Two Options
$8 for $16 worth of Chinese cuisine at lunch
$15 for a Chinese dinner for two with two entrees (up to an $11.95 each) and two drinks (up to a $4.75 each; up to a $33.40 total value)
The lunch menu includes prawns with lobster sauce, sweet and sour pork, and vegetable lo mein. All lunch entrees come with soup, fried or steamed rice, and either an egg roll, a cheese wonton, or a chicken wing. Dinner selections include walnut shrimp, general tso's chicken, and singapore rice noodles with beef, and are nicely washed down with soda, wine, or beer.
Its chefs may specialize in the cuisine of China's Hunan region, but according to Metromix Denver, "Pearl Wok knows what Coloradans like." Patrons eagerly share platters of glistening general tso's chicken, wrap mu-shu pork in savory pancakes, and inhale the fragrance of coffee-smoked duck before deliberating over which type of donut would best sop up its juices. Chefs also sear scallops and shrimp on sizzling hot plates and ladle vegetables over crispy, pan-fried, and boiled noodles. Drinks that range from creamy thai iced tea to the sweet Singapore Sling cocktail punctuate meals with flavor, and then desserts such as strawberry fried cheesecake or red bean ice cream neutralize palates with sweetness.