Unlike a fork and knife, a pair of chopsticks requires only one hand, allowing you to carbo-load as you break the world record for waving at cars. Say hello to this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Asian Fare
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Kang’s Asian Bistro
The chefs at Kang’s Asian Bistro work to bring new things to diners, drawing upon ingredients such as masago, a type of roe, as well as tempura flakes and grass-hued dollops of wasabi. To further this effort, the eatery’s Nyotaimori Nights, featured on News 9, include rolls served atop a scantily clad model.
A full-wall scrim printed with a photorealistic cityscape scene casts curlicues of neon across noodle bowls that sit on tables gleaming with the same deep crimson as a cardinal discovering it is not the state bird. Behind a black lacquered bar, ranks of liquor and wine bottles glow in silhouette before backlighting. Waiters arrive at tables, arms stacked with chicken and beef in sauces forged from lemongrass, thai basil, and garlic. They also serve sushi rolls filled with morsels of shrimp, crab, and tuna.
85% of 700 customers recommend
“If you like meat, this is the Asian food for you!”
“worth finding. not in a obvious place.”
“Portions are large enough for sharing. One appetizer and two entrees should be enough for 3 people.”