$10 for $20 Worth of Contemporary Asian Fare at Chan Bistro

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Asian-inspired curry, mongolian beef & teriyaki chicken prepared with house-made sauces & ingredients bought fresh each morning

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Promotional value expires Oct 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid until 4/10/12. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner (after 4:30PM). 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.

$10 for $20 Worth of Contemporary Asian Fare and Drinks

Panko-crusted sweet-and-sour chicken with grilled pineapple starts at $7.50 for a lunch portion, and pan-seared cod with ginger and scallions costs $14.95. Sichuan steamed tofu costs $8.95, and green-curry chicken with fresh basil costs $9.95. A selection of soft drinks, beer, and wine complements meals.

Chan Bistro

Chan Bistro owners Katia Chan and Meo Goldstein sojourn to local markets each morning to gather fresh ingredients for the meals their patrons will order that day, according to the Pacific Northwest Inlander's feature on the eatery. The married couple's emphasis on freshness carries over to the recipes they serve, and they prepare all of their rich sauces in-house. Though adept at all manner of culinary styles, Katia and Meo primarily dole out variations on traditional Asian dishes, such as the fuji sweet-and-sour chicken breaded with panko and topped with grilled pineapple. Vegetarian entrees, such as Sichuan-style steamed Silken tofu with fresh garlic and scallions, allow diners of different dietary persuasions to sup together and compare chewing techniques. Diners dig into Katia and Meo’s recipes beside a photographic backdrop of Hong Kong’s gleaming skyline, a nod to Katia's hometown, which she describes as “the heaven of food.”

Chan Bistro

Chan Bistro owners Katia Chan and Meo Goldstein sojourn to local markets each morning to gather fresh ingredients for the meals their patrons will order that day, according to the Pacific Northwest Inlander's feature on the eatery. The married couple's emphasis on freshness carries over to the recipes they serve, and they prepare all of their rich sauces in-house. Though adept at all manner of culinary styles, Katia and Meo primarily dole out variations on traditional Asian dishes, such as the fuji sweet-and-sour chicken breaded with panko and topped with grilled pineapple. Vegetarian entrees, such as Sichuan-style steamed Silken tofu with fresh garlic and scallions, allow diners of different dietary persuasions to sup together and compare chewing techniques. Diners dig into Katia and Meo’s recipes beside a photographic backdrop of Hong Kong’s gleaming skyline, a nod to Katia's hometown, which she describes as “the heaven of food.”

Customer Reviews

loved the soup!
Bobby · October 29, 2012
This restaurant is a must try for sure going back again! Great groupon choice!
Jana S. · October 28, 2012
Good food. Will go again.
Jody M. · October 14, 2012

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