Like romance novels, dumplings fit tempting tidbits into a small but steamy package. Passionately devour Korean cuisine with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $24 worth of Korean fare at Korean Garden B.B.Q..
Guests to Korean Garden B.B.Q. are greeted by glowing hanging lanterns, cozy stone accents, and a menu bursting with traditional Korean flavors. Appetites ignite over a plate of japche, a dish populated by shredded beef, crisp cooked veggies, and glass noodles ($9.95), or haemool pajeon, a mixed veggie-and-seafood pancake that doubles as an edible bib ($15.95). The restaurant's signature barbecued bites include seasoned beef bulgogi ($21.95) and emyunsoo gui, a pan-fried atka mackerel ($15.95). Bowls of bibimbap present a plethora of colorful mixed vegetables, served over hot-sauce-drizzled rice and blanketed by a sunny-side-up egg ($10.95). After supping on the superabundance of saucy, spicy succulence, diners can cool down taste buds with imported brews by Sapporo and Asahi or cups of ice-cold sake. Or keep the fires stoked with a bowl of hot and spicy kimchi jige casserole ($9.95) before jumping back on the strip and draining the Bellagio fountains through a straw.