Ethnic restaurants provide a taste of variety for everyone not lucky enough to travel frequently or secretly live in the United Nations food court. Have a far-flung feast with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Korean cuisine for two
- $20 for $40 worth of Korean cuisine for four
The menu includes a Korean chicken cutlet ($14.95), bulgogi ($11.95), soon tofu with seafood, soft tofu, and veggies ($11.95), and japchae—stir-fried noodles and veggies tossed in a sweet soy sauce ($11.95).
[[m:####Koo-E Nami Royale Grill
Diners take the reins at Koo-E Nami Royale Grill, where Korean barbecue meals sizzle at each table’s inset grill. The circular hot plates heat up everything patrons toss onto it from marinated hand-cut pork belly to jumbo shrimp along with a variety of sauces. And if options seem overwhelming, staff will often step in to help—a server who was "keen to assist with the menu" helped a reviewer for The Coast pick her "tasty" dish.
Patrons can also relax in cream-hued chairs as servers deliver chef-made dishes such as the spicy Korean stew kimchi jjigae or stone bibimbap—stir-fried veggies served in a hot stone bowl with rice and Korean hot-pepper paste. A barbecue buffet lets stomachs loose on more than a dozen meat and seafood items, and a salad bar with more than 30 dishes cools off mouths.:m]]