$25 for a Prix Fixe Korean Dinner for Two at Gam Mee Ok in Fort Lee (Up to $61.91 Value)

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Patrick C. ·
March 22, 2012
Lots of sides. I am not familiar with korean food; I asked the waiter what sides to match with the dish and what sauces to match. They were very helpful.

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Corey B. · 22 reviews TOP REVIEWER
January 22, 2012
Very delicious... Very nice and accommodating ... Explained everything they were serving to us Made us feel very welcome. Would definatly come back even without the coupon!

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Milt F. · 22 reviews TOP REVIEWER HELPFUL REVIEWER
September 12, 2014
This is not your typical Korean restaurant. It is a different style food. Service was extremely fast.. You need to know what to do here since their English is lacking.

What You'll Get


Like romance novels, dumplings fit tempting tidbits into a small but steamy package. Passionately devour cuisine with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a prix fixe Korean dinner for two at Gam Mee Ok in Fort Lee (up to a $61.91 total value). This meal includes:

  • One shared appetizer of dumplings (a $7.44 value) or seafood jeon (a $12.79 value)
  • One entree of wang galbi (an $18.14 value) or japchae, which can be made vegetarian without beef (a $17.07 value)
  • One entree of dolsot bibimbap (a $14.93 value) or bibimbap, both of which can be made vegetarian without beef or eggs (a $13.86 value)
  • One Korean rice wine, sake, soju, or beer of choice (up to a $16.05 value)<p>

With more than two decades of experience peddling authentic Korean cuisine, the culinary whizzes at Gam Mee Ok ladle out a cornucopia of tempting appetizers, traditional beef entrees, and exotic liquors squeezed from rice. An appetizer of freshly steamed dumplings or flaky seafood pancakes commences duos’ chew-a-thons and are intended to be split between two people, much like the responsibility of rearing a perforated child, before guests receive two shareable entrees. Grilled beef short ribs come backed by special soy sauce in the wang galbi, and the japchae showcases sautéed beef tossed with glass or sweet-potato noodles and soaked in soy cream. Bibimbap, a mix of shredded beef and vegetables over rice, comes in a sizzling stone bowl (dolsot bibimbap) or au natural. As they dine, twosomes can sip on exotic spirits such as bottles of Korean rice wine, sake, vodka-like soju, or liquefied poltergeists.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Mar 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only for prix fixe menu. Reservation required. Valid only at Fort Lee location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Gammeeok


For almost 25 years, Gammeeok has been treating hungry New Yorkers to authentic Korean dishes. The menu includes classics—like bibimbap—as well as lesser-known gems, like seolleongtang, a white ox-bone broth brimming with brisket and wheat-flour noodles, which The New York Times dubbed one of "two things Korean food lovers can't live without". Other must-trys include abai soondae, a sausage stuffed with pork, sweet potato noodles, and steamed pig's feet, and the platter of briny raw oysters, sliced steam-softened pork belly with radish and white kimchi.

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