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20% Cash Back at Eden Silk Road in San Francisco

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At Eden Silk Road, you can find halal dishes culled from Islamic Uyghur cuisine found in western China

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5 ratings2 reviews
December 26, 2017
Awesome food
20 ratings9 reviews
December 9, 2017
The restaurant was empty during lunch time 1:30 to 2:00. I was the only one there. They gave me the wrong order. I ordered noodles with chicken and got lamb. I mentioned it to the girl and she was going to do it right but I told her never mind, I've already eaten it all. Food is unsual. Asian but not really Chinese.

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The Deal

How to use this deal:

  1. Claim this deal by linking it to your eligible credit cards
  2. Pay for qualifying purchases at the merchant with a linked card
  3. Get 20% cash back on your first purchase and 10% cash back on additional purchases, including if the deal is re-claimed
  4. Cash back rewards will be credited to your card statement within a few days

Need To Know

  • Cash back is calculated on total bill before tip
  • Deal valid for 20% cash back only on first purchase and 10% cash back on all other purchases, including after the deal is re-claimed. Limited to 1 transaction per visit
  • Deal expires 30 days after claimed, but Groupon may re-claim the deal for you
  • Cash back is awarded in form of statement credits
  • Online orders placed through third-parties are not eligible for cash back
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  • Deal can be used multiple times until it expires
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About Eden Silk Road in San Francisco

Eden Silk Road specializes in Chinese halal food, a tradition that dates back more than a thousand years to the time when Islam was introduced to the Far East. The result: dishes that bridge Chinese and Middle Eastern cuisines with a Central Asian focus on lamb, beef, and other meat.

  • Appetizer to try: lamb dumplings
  • Can't-miss kebabs: choose between lamb and chicken
  • Entrée to enjoy: hand-pulled laghman noodles with beef or minced lamb