$15 for $30 Worth of Asian-Influenced New American Cuisine and Drinks at Huiyona


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  • Asian twists on American fare
  • Chic dining atmosphere
  • Wine and cocktails
  • Fabulous mussels

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Promotional value expires Feb 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, 1 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers or happy hour specials. Reservations recommended. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like a coffee mug that dispenses Post-it notes, mankind's simplest achievements can always be combined into game-changing innovations. Today's Groupon mashes up American culinary staples and Asian embellishments with $30 worth of food and drinks for $15 at Huiyona in Capitol Hill.

Voted as a Best of Citysearch for 2009, Huiyona guides diners through a tunnel-like entrance before welcoming them to a lounge and black granite bar accompanied by three quaint dining rooms decorated by local artist Maery Lanahan. Executive Chef Michael Lopata's dinner menu provides the final accent by unrolling a scroll of sumptuous small plates and big-plated entrees. The corndog has been reinvented with skewered shrimps bathed in house-made corn batter and dipped in the deep fryer ($7). Vegetarian-friendly shiitake and button mushrooms find a new home in light mushroom dumplings presented in a flavorful mushroom broth ($8). Sea-hungry small-platers can turn to Penn Cove black mussels and calamari rings sautéed with aged miso and Napa cabbage ($12), while hearty feasters can savor pork chops and applesauce accompanied by potatoes dauphinois and a Fuji-apple, Asian-pear chutney ($20).

Huiyona's menu is stocked with wines red, white, and sparkling as well as specialty cocktails like the Lychee Martini with muddled lychees, Absolut raspberry, Triple Sec and lychee syrup ($8). Pair the libations with a feast and you'll unveil a world of endless culinary possibilities.


Zagat, the Seattle Times, and Seattle.com have reviewed or included Huiyona:

  • This best-kept secret on Capitol Hill spins Asian takes on comfort favorites, creating moderately priced combinations that sound unusual but taste like they’ve always belonged together (think sweet-corn potstickers or steak and eggs, Korean-style); the cavelike room under Tidbit Bistro feels modern and hidden. – Zagat
  • Huiyona is a felicitous union of Asian, American traditions – Providence Cicero, Seattle Times
  • It is quite simply, New American. Some of their delicious small plates include: sweet corn potstickers, lumpia, shrimp corndogs, and soy braised pork belly. Excellent service compliments the exciting menu beginning each guest's experience with a fresh hot towel and later followed by a tasty gift from the kitchen. – Seattle.com

Two Citysearchers give Huiyona the full five stars and a Best of Citysearch award for Best Seattle Small Plates. 100% of Urbanspooners like it, and Yelpers give it 4.5 stars.

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    2355-1/2 10th Ave. E

    Seattle, Washington 98102

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