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Asian-Fusion Cuisine at Region (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

The Embarcadero

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Singaporean curries, mongolian beef, beijing duck, and szechuan pork made with local ingredients

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. May buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for carryout. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid Monday-Friday 1:30pm-9pm and Saturday 5pm-9pm. An 18% gratuity will be added to pre-discounted bill. Not valid for happy hour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A fusion restaurant adds global flavors to homestyle meals, forgoing the need to replace mom’s recipe book with Sun Tzu’s The Art of War. Globalize your palate with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $30 for $60 worth of Asian-fusion cuisine
  • $40 for $85 worth of Asian-fusion cuisine for four or more.

The menu includes such pan-Asian specialties as vegan singaporean curry with tofu ($14), toasted salmon filet with ginger-orange glaze ($19), and seared Salmon Creek Farm pork loin ($22).


Region unites the intense flavors of Southeast Asian and Chinese cuisine with flourishes familiar to Western palates, resulting in edible masterpieces that are equal parts approachable and exotic. The restaurant highlights its signature beijing duck as the epitome of this fusion: the duck’s crispy skin and moist meat has been a Chinese delicacy since the Imperial era, yet the restaurant sources the poultry from a small farm in Petaluma to honor modern values of community and sustainability. These multifaceted influences suffuse every dish they serve as each bite introduces taste buds to rich new flavors, from szechuan-peppercorn and peanut nuoc-mam sauce to basil, anise, and coconut milk.

Like an edition of Jane Eyre written in internet jargon, the space seamlessly blends an old-fashioned sensibility with a contemporary vibe, placing tufted leather couches and nautical maps alongside neon-lit cocktail bars and hand-wrought iron designs. A copse of birch trees surround diners seated at soft leather banquettes as they complement the fusion of Asian flavors with a retinue of wines, teas, and exotic desserts.


Perfect for fusion Asian food with sake or cocktails

sojin k., Yelp!, 11/5/12

the chicken lettuce cups were delicious, the crispy textures and the well-seasoned chicken really hit the spot.

Nadeem A., Yelp!, 10/22/12


72% of 107 customers recommend

  • “Food is good and relatively reasonable. Very quiet early in the evening except for the dance club soundtrack...not good for conversation.”

  • “Although the restaurant was quite empty, the kitchen still produced great food. My friends and I will certainly be back to enjoy the delicious food. I am surprised...”

    “Although the restaurant was quite empty, the kitchen still produced great food. My friends and I will certainly be back to enjoy the delicious food. I am surprised that the place isn't packed.”

  • “Nice restaurant. Pricy yet upscale. small portions. no parking. Bring cash for parking & hefty tip. $20+. ”

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    The Embarcadero

    139 Steuart St

    San Francisco, California 94105


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