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NJ Hanbat Restaurant - Palisades Park

$40 Off Your Bill at NJ Hanbat Restaurant. Two Options Available.

The Fine Print

  • Expires Apr 30th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts; limit 1 per person for the three $40 Groupons option. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for morning or lunch specials. Not valid for barbecue. Must purchase 1 food item.

Questions and Answers 4 questions

Q:

Hello, in the description it says "Not valid for barbecue" but then in the deal it goes on to say "You can order anything on the menu" and points to come BBQ items. So can we use this to order barbecue?

Dennis C.  asked on  Feb 14, 2013

A:

Very sorry for the confusion, and thank you for bringing this to our attention. This Groupon is not valid for barbeque, so you would not be able to order the L.A. kalbi. If you need further assistance, please contact our Customer Service Department by emailing support@groupon.com, or by calling 877-788-7858, M-F from 9am-5pm CT.

Brette V.  from  Groupon  replied on  Feb 18, 2013

Q:

I think there's a mistake on the offer--the 3x $40 option should cost $60, shouldn't it? Not $20? Also, is the expiration date for the 3x option still April 30?

Laaren H.  asked on  Feb 14, 2013

A:

Thank you for the heads up! We have updated the Buy button to reflect the correct price of $60. Both Groupon options expire 4/30/13.

Brette V.  from  Groupon  replied on  Feb 18, 2013

Q:

"Must purchase 1 food item" is that included in the $40 or separate?

ag a.  asked on  Feb 15, 2013

A:

Sorry for the confusion! "Must purchase 1 food item" just means that you can't use the entire Groupon toward drinks. The food item you order does not have to be in addition to the Groupon.

Brette V.  from  Groupon  replied on  Feb 18, 2013

Q:

If, after purchasing several items, your bill comes out to less than $40, does that mean you don't have to pay anything when leaving (aside from gratuities, of course)?

Michael V.  asked on  Feb 15, 2013

A:

That is correct, if your bill is equal to or below the value of the Groupon, you would not have to pay extra, other than tax and gratuity.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Feb 15, 2013

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