Three-Course Meal for Two with Sake or $49 for $100 Worth of Korean Cuisine Sunday–Thursday at Kori Tribeca


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Meals include pork belly, kimchi, green-tea ice cream, and other Korean dishes lauded by the New York Times

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Not valid for happy hour specials. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

You can discover a lot about the world by eating different cuisines, such as which countries prefer spicy food or which languages have their own word for “curly fries.” Broaden your horizons with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$99 for a Korean dinner for two (up to a $222.76 total value)

  • Two appetizers (up to a $27.80 value)
  • Two entrees (up to a $37.96 value)
  • Two desserts (up to a $17 value)
  • One bottle of premium Ken sake (a $140 value)<p>

$49 for $100 worth of Korean cuisine Sunday–Thursday<p>

The menu includes appetizers of tuna tartar with creamy wasabi and korean pear ($13.95); entrees of bibimbap with thin sliced marinated ribeye ($18.95), fried kimchi, and sautéed vegetables mixed with rice ($17.98); and desserts such as roasted rice-cake sticks with green-tea ice cream ($5.95).<p>

Kori Tribeca

Making international cuisine accessible to everyone requires a willingness to adapt recipes without sacrificing distinctive flavors. Kori Tribeca aims to transplant the foods of Seoul to Manhattan, and the New York Times praised its success in creating a menu that is "up-to-date and appealing to Americans but tied to Korean traditions."

Not only do iconic ingredients such as kimchi and Korean-style short ribs populate the menu but the pages also feature authentic cooking techniques. Bibimbap—a mixture of rice, sautéed vegetables, and proteins including pork belly, grilled eel, or organic tofu—arrives at tables in a sizzling stone bowl that continues to cook the dish tableside while diners enjoy the sounds and aromas.

The dining room takes a similar approach, melding small yet prominent aspects of Korean culture into a thoroughly modern setting. A handful of Korean musical instruments and three panels of Eastern Asian artwork adorn the walls. These accents add a distinctive character to the room's otherwise sleek combination of white brick work and black high-backed booth seating.

Customer Reviews

I will come back again.
Mike L. · May 19, 2013
great place -- love that they really don't mind that we used a groupon -- most places bawk and have tricks to make it a bad deal. this place it really is a good deal. only concern is they don't have a letter grade. that scares me! especially for dealing with raw fish.
PETER H. · April 2, 2013
Fantastic place and I will definitely come back. Good place to try sth Korean but different from the Korean town. They do not have barbecue but the dishes are really good.
Chao G. · February 28, 2013
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