At some point, every country builds a Great Wall to keep the secret of its cuisine from spreading to foreign nations, only to find that the real wall lies in its heart. Tear down the Great Wall of painful secrets with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Pan-Asian fare at Far East Cuisine, on Thomasville Road.
Far East Cuisine's international eats fuse flavors from the East and West in manageable plate-sized excursions over three full menus. Diners delve into the Chinese menu with a pu pu platter appetizer, which assembles a flavor force of spring rolls with fried wontons, barbecue ribs, crab rangoon, and teriyaki wings ($14.29). Taste-bud passports earn entry to Thailand with the peanuts, beans, and carrots of the delectable panang curry ($8.99), whereas stomachs backpacking in a different direction can set up camp with the Vietnam-inspired bo kho beef stew served on vermicelli noodles or rice ($8.50). Harness the tasty power of the earth with one of Far East's clay pots ($10.75–$13.75 at dinner), each cleverly containing a choice of meat in a mixture of broccoli, pineapple, mushroom, bamboo shoots, and cilantro. This Groupon is also valid for alcohol.
Far East Cuisine
The chefs at Far East Cuisine amalgamate the culinary traditions of Thailand, China, and Vietnam to concoct a menu rife with piquant chicken, beef, and seafood dishes. Diners can sample thai curry dishes alongside helpings of lo mein and steaming bowls of pho, taking a tour of Asian cuisine without digging a 7,926.41-mile hole. The eatery's signature Deep Ocean platter combines stir-fried veggies with chunks of lobster, shrimp, and scallops, all slathered in creamy white sauce.