Eastern European Fare at Uncle Lui’s Restaurant in Sunrise. Two Options Available.

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Chefs treat diners to classic German & Hungarian meals in welcoming environment full of open-armed hospitality

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Expires Mar 19th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

If you try something new, you might really enjoy it, even if it's filling balloons with Hot Wheels and throwing them off a bridge to see if they'll float. Try some Hungarian or German fare with today’s Groupon to Uncle Lui’s Restaurant in Sunrise. Choose between the following options:

  • For $12, you get $25 worth of eastern European fare and drinks.
  • For $25, you get $55 worth of eastern European fare and drinks, valid for tables of four or more.

Uncle Lui’s Restaurant offers a stateside variation on eastern Europe’s full-flavored fare and open-armed hospitality, and its menu features a wide array of Hungarian and German cuisine. Starters such as the 12-piece escargot warm up rusty teeth muscles ($12), and main courses such as the chicken paprikash ($13.95) and the veal gulash ($15.95) provide edible kudos to Hungarian culinary traditions. The roasted duck, like raw scarecrow meat, is served golden brown ($17.95), and the wiener schnitzel delights pork purists tired of the sausage, egg, and cheese-flavored sausage that gets top billing at corner-cutting fast-food joints ($15.95).

Uncle Lui’s warm, tranquil atmosphere pays hospitable tribute to its European roots, and its homey vibes make it an ideal dining spot for couples, families, or sets of families planning a merger to confuse the IRS.

Uncle Lui's Restaurant

From escargot appetizers to whipped-cream-crowned housemade apple-strudel desserts, Uncle Lui's Restaurant offers a wide variety of Hungarian and German dishes. The staff can pour imported beer such as Beck's and Heineken to complement entrees such as veal goulash, which is simmered in a sour cream and paprika sauce. The pair of veal cutlets in the wiener schnitzel is breaded and fried to golden perfection, like the tastiest bullion at Fort Knox.

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