Eating with chopsticks requires a certain level of dexterity, like beating a difficult video game or spitefully disassembling a too-difficult video game. Conquer your hunger with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Chinese Cuisine and Drinks
The menu includes curry noodle soup ($9.95), sautéed peking pork ($9.95), and fried boneless duck with vegetables ($14.95).
Po’s Dumpling Bar
At the age of eight, Po Hwang learned to craft noodles from scratch in his family’s noodle factory in Taiwan. When he and his wife opened his namesake eatery, Po’s Dumpling Bar, he shared his technical tips with his kitchen staffers, teaching them how to roll and cut dough so that the resulting strips are the perfect size for basket weaving. The crew continues to use the from-scratch products as the foundations for a number of dishes, including sesame-sauce noodles with ground pork as well as noodle soup with sour cabbage.
Meals kick off with starters such as the pork-filled emperor’s dumplings, which Food & Wine mentioned in their round-up of great Kansas City eateries. The chefs enhance flavors without ever using MSG, keeping dishes healthful and free of abbreviations. Hwang can often be found traversing the dining room, sharing stories about the traditional Chinese-American dishes on his menu, such as the general tso's chicken and the country-style tofu. House specialties include boneless poultry, such as fried chicken or marinated duck. The full bar brims with selections of beer, organic wine, and cocktails.
What some people are buzzing about:
If I could curl up and live inside one of the Cha Su Buns from Po's, I would. They are light. They are fluffy.Ellen S., Yelp, 1/14/13
“Great food, great service, and great place to eat. ”
“Very good food and affordable. ”
“Great, fresh food. Fast service”
1715 W. 39th St.
Kansas City, Missouri 64111Get Directions