Asian Fusion Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner, or Two Specialty Teas or Smoothies at Dai Trang Bistro (Up to 52% Off)

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Pawan K. · 29 reviews TOP REVIEWER
· November 8, 2016
Excellent food choices and service. Lots to choose from.

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Sharon W. · 20 reviews TOP REVIEWER HELPFUL REVIEWER
· October 1, 2016
Great food and excellent staff they go out of their way to help you with menu choices I left a $10 tip wished I lived in Cincinnati so I could go more

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Elisabeth K. ·
August 1, 2016
Thrilled to find another restaurant that handles Asian food: Vietnamese/ Filipino. Service was lovely, definitely coming back again.

What You'll Get


Choose from Three Options

  • $11 for $20 worth of Asian fusion cuisine for lunch or dinner, valid Monday–Friday
  • $13 for $20 worth of Asian fusion cuisine for lunch or dinner, valid any day
  • $7 for your choice of any two specialty teas or smoothies ($14.50 value)
  • Hundreds of bubble tea flavors. Click here to see the menu.

Pho: A Bountiful Broth

At almost any Vietnamese restaurant, a house specialty is the deeply savory soup known as pho. Identify some of the complex flavors in this seemingly simple dish with Groupon’s guide.

In broth the toasted-gold color of a late-fall sunset, a tangle of noodles, vegetables, and slivers of meat swim. But it’s the limpid broth itself that boasts the most complexity in pho (pronounced “fuh”). In every sip, the experienced palate can detect hours of labor and fistfuls of spices. Although variants of the dish include a vegan version with shiitake mushrooms and a lighter chicken variety, most chefs begin making pho with several pounds of beef bones. Marrow bones, knucklebones, and oxtail each lend different qualities to the stock as it simmers for hours with ginger, onions, cardamom, clove, and cinnamon. Splashes of fish sauce and a star-anise pod or two round out the flavor.

After the chef strains out the spices and bones for anyone who hasn’t ordered it extra crunchy, the soup should be salty, slightly oily, and piping hot. The heat isn’t just there to warm the belly: it cooks the delicate rice noodles and lace-thin slices of beef added to pho bo—perhaps the most popular style—as it hits the table. At most eateries, diners will share or fight over a plate of sprouts, jalapeños, lime, and fresh basil, which add little smacks of crunch, spice, and acidity. These garnishes are decisively Asian additions to a meal that, like several of Vietnam’s most famous dishes, arose out of French colonial occupation. The dish and its name are widely believed to have been adapted from the humble French stew known as pot-au-feu, designed, like pho, to make the most of inexpensive cuts of meat that would be difficult to prepare without long simmering.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per party. Lunch and dinner options are only valid for dine-in only. Not valid for take out or delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Dai Trang Bistro


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