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What You'll Get
The ability to differentiate between red and green curry is the mark of a good Thai chef and a common tell among children faking colorblindness to skip school. Test your rods and cones with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Thai fare at Bangkok Cuisine. Choose from four locations in Clinton Township, Detroit, Roseville, or Washington Township.
The chefs at Bangkok Cuisine fry egg noodles, veggies, and meats to concoct a menu of authentic Thai dishes blended with the culinary traditions of India and China. Drape forks in rice noodles and crushed peanuts with the popular dinner portion of chicken pad thai ($10.75) or cast a fishing rod to dig into the pla dook pad ped, loaded with crispy catfish slices and thai hot curry ($13.95). Diners can enjoy a hearty entree selection with the pork gang dang's bamboo shoots, mushrooms, and green peppers ($10.75) and taste buds can leap in delight after licking the bowl of the pa-nang curry with chicken and white rice ($10.75). The house-made thai coconut ice cream ($2) is ideal for capping off a meal or calming the nerves of former tropical-island castaways.
Menu pricing and availability may vary by location.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 12/3/11. Valid only for location purchased. Dine-in only at Roseville and Washington Township locations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bangkok Cuisine
In woks at Bangkok Cuisine, snow peas, shrimp, napa cabbage, and scallops snap sizzling drumrolls over the stove. Ingredients indigenous to Southeast Asia mingle in traditional Thai dishes, which also draw on the culinary traditions of the country’s neighbors. Catfish fillets marinate before chefs cover them in breading and chili sauce, and shrimp, scallops, and squid evoke Thailand’s palm-tree-sprinkled coast. Chefs tailor each dish’s spiciness to individual palates, delighting daring diners with thai peppers hotter than two astronauts hugging on Mars. Fusion dishes include Chinese staples such as sweet-and-sour sauce.