Introducing a date to foreign cuisine can make you seem exotic, much like only communicating with them in the language you just invented. Be worldly with this Groupon.
$59 for a Three-Course International Dinner for Two (Up to $147 Total Value)
- Two appetizers, such as smoked eggplant with soy vinaigrette or mussels on a waffle with pear butter (up to a $42 value)
- Two entrees, such as apple-honey-smoked mackerel with shishito-pepper paste or duck with blood orange, chorizo, and chocolate (up to a $64 value)
- One shared dessert, such as caramelized brioche torrija or baked ensaimada pastry with chocolate ice cream (up to an $11 value)
- Two glasses of house wine (a $30 value)
The chefs at Dyne Restaurant possess globe-spanning culinary skills: in their kitchen, they combine traditions, recipes, and preparation techniques from diverse regions in Iberia and Asia. As they craft seasonally inspired dishes such as jellyfish with daikon, hamachi crudo, or angus short ribs, the kitchen team focuses on creating stimulating textures and vibrant flavours. The restaurant’s minimalist dining space is typified by modern decor and a lack of distracting taxidermied bears. Bartenders complement dishes with traditional cocktails given a modern twist with ingredients such as guava juice, egg whites, and rosemary-infused vodka.
90% of 462 customers recommend
“Great food and good warm service”
“if you are a dessert lover then you will love the ice cream with bread, and their cheese platter.”
“The food is tasty. I think this is ok value for a groupon, but I wouldn't go if I had to pay regular price, but perhaps I have high standards. The official value of...”
“The food is tasty. I think this is ok value for a groupon, but I wouldn't go if I had to pay regular price, but perhaps I have high standards. The official value of the meal was ~$150 after tax. The lobster salad starter had almost no lobster in it and it was $21 regular price - it was tasty, but i was struggling to find any lobster. The lamb main for $29 was 2 loin chops, 3 fingerling potatoes and 2 brussel sprouts. The dessert was 9 for a scoop of ice cream on a chewy pastry, as much as the ice cream was tasty it was not worth the regular price. The 2 glasses of wine were ok (we had the red) and would have cost over $30 likely regularly so a good value for the groupon.”