$12 for $25 Worth of Chinese Fare at Chef Jon’s Authentic Chinese Cuisine in Whippany

Chef Jon's Chinese Restaurant

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Sockster March 27, 2018
"FIVE STAR CHINESE"
Yes, I've written several reviews of Chef Jon and they're always really good. Our last meal there was fantastic!! Hot and spicy beef noodle soup was outstanding! Great full bodied spicy broth with incredible braised beef.....outstanding soup! Their soup dumplings are always great- today ... Read More
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stevelotte March 4, 2018
"Good Choice for Real Chinese Food"
We had a wonderful dinner with friends. Food was all well presented and delicious. We had a wonderful special seafood soup then special mei fun, Peking Duck, eggplant with garlic sauce General Cho chicken. Brown rice was offered and enjoyed. BYOB so we brought a few bottles of white wi... Read More
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Sockster November 26, 2017
"Better than EVER!!"
Came back here for the first time in about a year. I have to say the food was better than ever. Their soup dumplings, both pork and pork and crab filled were terrific! Full of soup and very thin skinned, these were great!! Their hand made fried dumplings were great too. Our favorite dish ... Read More

What You'll Get


The Great Wall of China was constructed to keep roving packs of ancient pandas from absconding with the local cuisine. Succeed where the bears failed with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of Chinese fare at Chef Jon’s Authentic Chinese Cuisine in Whippany.

Praised by the New York Times, Chef Jon’s Authentic Chinese Cuisine dishes up delights from the old country and the new. The pinnacle of Chef Jon’s kitchen and the lighthouse ushering in adventurous diners is its diverse array of authentic Huaiyang and Shanghai menu items, such as Grandma’s Red-Cooked Pork served with bok choy and marinated eggs ($14.95). Eel in hot-oil sauce ($16.95), sautéed sponge gourd with dough sticks ($9.95), and fish gluten with salty egg yolk ($14.95) allow diners to sample exotic flavors without licking a curry-covered Ferrari. Additionally, notable fan favorites, such as kung-pao chicken, serve to unwind any belly tornado ($8.95).

Chef Jon’s clean, elegant confines tuck romantic couples away in comfy booths but also bring families together with large tables anchored by rotating lazy susans to offer optimum sharing. The restaurant has also built a reputation around the globe, as Chef Zhang won the gold medal in the 2009 NTD-TV International Chinese Culinary Competition for Huaiyang cuisine, as well as the silver medal for the best eggs-benedict impersonation.

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Promotional value expires Jun 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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