Pan-Asian Food at Unicorn Pan Asian Cuisine (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

All encompassing four-course dinners and á la carte dishes served in a comfortable, club-like restaurant with a full bar

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must purchase a food item. Dine-in only. Valid only between 1:30 pm and 9 pm Monday-Friday and 5 pm-9 pm on Saturdays. Not valid on Sunday. Not valid for happy hour specials. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $30 for $60 worth of Asian food
  • $40 for $85 worth of Asian food for four or more

The dinner menu offers all-encompassing, four-course meals such as the Horn of Plenty, which starts with a choice of taro, mango spring, and chao zhou rolls, followed by a choice of entrees such as lemongrass mussels, pork pot stickers, and salt-and-pepper cuttlefish ($21 per person with two orders). A vegan dinner includes lotus-rootlet salad with edamame, jasmine rice, and tofu simmered in coconut-wasabi cream ($24 per person with a minimum of two orders).

Diners can opt instead for á la carte entrees such as the bone-in duck with shanghai bok choy ($20) or a seared filet of basa with grilled veggies in a ginger-basil vinaigrette ($19). The lunch menu boasts many of the dinner menu's choices with smaller portions and additions such as half cornish hens.

Unicorn Pan Asian Cuisine

Unicorn Pan Asian Cuisine draws its name from the owning family's first location in Vietnam. That first eatery opened more than 30 years ago under the name Ka'lin, translated as Chinese Unicorn, and its cuisine is as proud as its history. As owner Kiet Truong puts it, "We do not strive to be everything to everyone. We prepare delicious Asian dishes our way.…"

Unicorn's dinner menu reflects that. It boasts a collection of totally encapsulated four-course meals, with each entree complementing the intricate flavors of the other dishes it's paired with. The land course starts with lemongrass roasted quail before moving onto picked lotus-rootlet salad, then ends with bone-in oxtail stew with a sampling of desserts. Come lunch, the menu only offers á la carte dishes, with entrees such as duck in shanghai bok choy or seafood over crispy noodles. The kitchen produces a wealth of vegetarian dishes as well, with jasmine rice in a clay pot or panang curry with tofu and broccoli.

Unicorn's hip decor and club-like lighting enhance the dining experience. In one corner, pink light illuminates a wall-sized, clear wine rack, which showcases the restaurant's wine selection. Red light shimmers from ornate chandeliers throughout the dining room, and contemporary art is bathed in blue and red light near the full-service bar at the front of the eatery.

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