$6 for $15 Worth of Asian Fare and Drinks at Bangkok Restaurant

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Charles W. · 2 reviews
Reviewed January 2, 2012
I am always very pleased with the food. I think the chef is an awesome cook and extremely nice as well.

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Georgiana P. · 36 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed December 30, 2011
service such great taste wonderful

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Angela M. ·
Reviewed December 18, 2011
The old restaurant owners recipes are why people come back, if they wanted just a little different they would go to any other for instance on the Pod Thai and the Tom Cha Gai soup both were favorites of ours in the past for many years with the other owners and all other restaurants in the metro were not even comparable. your additions or subtractions to the origianl recipe have devalued these particular items again not because they are not good but because they are not what is expected of Bangkok. Too risky for you to change up the recipes and expect the long term customer base to continue to come back. Good Luck.

What You'll Get


The best part about eating Asian food is the confidence that comes with knowing more than one billion people tacitly support your culinary decision; the second-best part is that their bakers can see the future. Enjoy a fortunate feast with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $15 worth of Thai and other Asian cuisine at Bangkok Restaurant.

Bangkok's menu is much like its namesake city: colorful, fun to explore at night, and almost impossible to drive through. Ambush your sleeping taste buds with an appetizer of four spring rolls ($3.99), fried wonton ($3.99), or fried sweet biscuits ($3) washed down with egg-drop soup ($2.50) or a sweet yum yai salad ($7.25). Bangkok's entrees run the gamut from spicy to non-spicy to curry, and its cuisine wanders further afield in Asia than just Thailand. An order of pad pet brings the jungle heat with chicken or pork ($9.15), and the kang kua curry artfully offsets its spiciness with the sweetness of crushed pineapple and coconut milk ($8.99–$10.99). For a dish that strikes the tongue's three major pressure points, try the spicy sweet and sour chicken ($9.15), or take a walk on Bangkok's mild side with its delectable pad thai ($7.99–$9.50, or $7.95 for lunch). A lunch menu sports an array of salad, noodle, and fried-rice dishes to fuel bodies for afternoon climbs up rickety corporate ladders.

Since its colorful décor doesn't overcompensate with a lot of ornately ornamented elephants or multi-story Buddha statues, Bangkok sets itself apart from the culinary competition with an attentive wait staff dishing out fresh-made smiles. The restaurant's laid-back atmosphere provides a comfortable setting in which diners can put jaws through their paces while teaching fingers to tap out jazz standards in Morse code.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Jan 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Not valid towards lunch specials. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Bangkok Restaurant


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