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What You'll Get
Overwhelmed by Chinese fare’s beauty and deliciousness, Marco Polo had himself blindfolded and navigated the East by shouting his name out loud. Discover seductive savories with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a four-course meal for two at China Inn Restaurant in Bossier City (up to a $67.55 value). Each dining experience includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $9.75 value)
- Two soups (up to a $13.90 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $29.90 value)
- Two glasses of house red, white, or wine spritzers (up to an $11 value)
- One cake and ice-cream dessert (up to a $3 value)
The expert chefs at China Inn Restaurant captivate taste buds with a diverse menu of delicious Asian fare. Each epicurean excursion begins with a tasty appetizer, such as the boneless spare ribs ($9.75) or the Chinese pizza ($5.75), which celebrates China’s close proximity to Italy with flavorful scallion pancakes. Mouthwatering broths, such as the seafood and bean curd soup ($6.95/qt.) prelude an impressive spread of main courses such as the vegetarian Buddha Delight ($5.50/pt.; $7.50/qt.) or the multitextured chicken with chinese mushrooms and bamboo shoots ($6.25/pt.; $8.95/qt.). Refreshing glasses of wine ($5.50 each) cleanse palates in between bites before a dessert of cake and choice of daily-changing flavors of ice cream ($3) cap off enjoyable feastings and challenge conventional chopstick techniques.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Not valid for Pu Pu Platter appetizer, Seven Star Around A Moon specialty, Seafood Delight specialty, or Braised Duck special. Valid only for menu. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About China Inn Restaurant
To make sweet and sour chicken, the chef first cuts the poultry into bite-size pieces to marinate. Then the chicken is coated with flour, blanketed in a housemade batter, and tossed into a wok of sizzling hot vegetable oil to create a flavorful, crispy shell. The resulting dish is only one of many made-from-scratch meals at China Inn Restaurant, served in a dining room bedecked with decorative dragon drawings and framed Chinese art.