Asian Dinner or Lunch at Zen Forrest (Up to 52% Off)

New Port Richey

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$25 52% $13
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In a Nutshell

Dishes from Asian countries such as China, Korea, Japan, and Malaysia infused with American and other international flavors

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid for preset menus or special event specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

For years, European merchants searched for a direct route to Asia, eventually burrowing through the earth and accidentally rediscovering Luxembourg. Quell your own inner rumblings with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $12 for $25 worth of Asian dinner
  • $5 for $10 worth of Asian lunch

Chefs combine pan-fried tofu steaks with sautéed veggies, wood-ear mushrooms, and straw mushrooms ($13.50) during dinner and douse grilled tuna in a peppercorn-teriyaki glaze ($8.98) during lunch. See the full dinner and lunch menus.

Zen Forrest

Restaurants are in Chef Victor Wang's blood—he comes from a family with multiple generations in the industry. Rather than rest on that heritage, he toured Asia and the Americas for more than 20 years, seeking recipes and lessons from numerous chefs specializing in a variety of cuisines.

These days, the critically acclaimed chef injects American flavors into classic Asian cuisine from countries such as China, Korea, Thailand, and Malaysia. His menu may include Prince Edward Island mussels doused with holly, basil, and ginger; lemongrass-infused chicken soaked in a coconut curry cooked for hours; and seared sirloin marinated in sesame, soy, and garlic. Chef Victor can often be found in the dining room, explaining the complexity of his dishes and why it's too hard to teach broccoli to roll over.

Zen Forrest

Restaurants are in Chef Victor Wang's blood—he comes from a family with multiple generations in the industry. Rather than rest on that heritage, he toured Asia and the Americas for more than 20 years, seeking recipes and lessons from numerous chefs specializing in a variety of cuisines.

These days, the critically acclaimed chef injects American flavors into classic Asian cuisine from countries such as China, Korea, Thailand, and Malaysia. His menu may include Prince Edward Island mussels doused with holly, basil, and ginger; lemongrass-infused chicken soaked in a coconut curry cooked for hours; and seared sirloin marinated in sesame, soy, and garlic. Chef Victor can often be found in the dining room, explaining the complexity of his dishes and why it's too hard to teach broccoli to roll over.