Authentic Korean Dinner for Two or Four at Korea House (Up to 45% Off)

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Yi-Yen H. · 18 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed August 5, 2015
Fresh seafood and plenty for two. Korean pan cake was the best I ever had, highly recommend. Nice people so great they honor previous owner Groupon deal.


Vinhquan D. ·
Reviewed March 2, 2015
Be patient. They are very busy and tries to be friendly but don't have the human capacity to be because there are only 2 waitress and one bus boy for the entire restaurant.


Ron G. ·
Reviewed February 16, 2015
Have the Groupon for a family meal for four. There was lots of food! All very tasty!

What You'll Get

Choose Between Two Options

$33 for a Korean dinner for up to two ($59.79 total value)

  • Rice-cake soup or tofu soup ($12.95 value)
  • Egg-battered fish ($10.95 value)
  • Glass noodles ($10.95 value)
  • Barbecue beef short rib ($24.94 value)

$60 for a Korean dinner for up to four ($108.69 total value)

  • Hot-pot soup ($32.95 value)
  • Rice-cake soup or tofu soup ($12.95 value)
  • Egg-battered fish ($10.95 value)
  • Glass noodles ($10.95 value)
  • Barbecue beef short rib ($24.94 value)
  • Pan-fried fish ($15.95 value)

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Korea House

From bowls of vegetable-filled bibimbap to sizzling platters of marinated beef bulgogi, the hefty portions that Korea House piles onto plates leave diners stuffed with the peninsula’s most authentic tastes. Chefs show off techniques learned here and abroad, marinating Korean-style short ribs in a barbecue sauce and serving broiled eel over smoldering coals. Their signature hot pots pair morsels of crab and pork with squirts of hot sauce and kimchi. Although meat often plays a leading role in the dishes, the Sunnyvale eatery also caters to vegetarians by slicing and dicing fresh ingredients into traditional mung-bean pancakes and frying vegetables into the shape of the letter V.

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