Going out to eat is more convenient than cooking, especially if all your colanders are already full of pasta you haven’t gotten around to eating yet. Save all that pasta for another day with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$12 for $25 worth of Chinese cuisine
$30 for a Chinese dinner for two (up to a $63.95 value)
- One appetizer
- Two small soups
- Two entrees<p>
$60 for a Chinese dinner for four (up to a $127.90 value)
- Two appetizers
- Four small soups
- Four entrees<p>
The menu features a variety of appetizers and soups, including salt-and-pepper calamari ($6.50), pork dumplings ($8), wonton soup ($4), and goji-berry beef soup ($4). Singapore street-style vermicelli ($9) and shrimp and scallops in a spicy tofu sauce ($12.95) add a touch of fire to meals, whereas the moo shoo chicken ($10.95) represents the traditional tastes of northern China.<p>
At Bistro Chi, modern circular pendant lamps, floating ceiling panels, and white tables and chairs contrast with the traditional flavors of Chinese cuisine. In the kitchen shared with a neighboring tapas restaurant, chefs from Eastern and Western backgrounds work alongside one another. They prepare the house specialty, Chinese-style fried chicken with a golden, crispy crust encircled by a series of tiny Great Walls. A sparkling 2010 review in the Patriot Ledger calls the restaurant’s steamed pork dumplings a "revelation" and describes the clams with black-bean sauce as "steaming and redolent of sea and earth." Behind the full bar, mixologists craft cocktails infused with ingredients such as lychee purée, watermelon, and fresh strawberries.
92% of 414 customers recommend
“Food is quite good. Eclectic mix of American style Chinese, and upscale bar food. Service was quite uneven. [Rice is a la carte?]”