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What You'll Get
Home chefs originally sought to infuse their food with Asian flavors by grinding campy Kung Fu videotapes onto meals—results were crunchily appetizing, but sparked frightening food fights. Enjoy fight-free flavors with today's Groupon for savory Asian cuisine at Liquid Ginger, located downtown. Choose between these eating options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of dinner.
- For $5, you get $10 worth of lunch.
Liquid Ginger saturates its grilled and sautéed edibles with Asian spices and Eastern flares, offering patrons delicious meals and a belly-subduing dining décor filled with wall scrolls and wooden serving trays. The dinner menu features plenty of fire-tested fare—dishes such as the soy-and-chili-sauce-basted rib-eye steak ($19) and the Thai lime and coconut chicken ($15) revive tired taste buds in the eventide. Midday meal seekers can accomplish their food mission by capturing Liquid Ginger's lunch menu, which offers a selection of noontime treats such as crispy tilapia with lime sauce ($8) and garlic hot and spicy tofu ($7).
- Love the food and atmosphere. My favorite is the coconut shrimp. A great place to have a birthday dinner. Good for all ages. – BizzyBlond, TripAdvisor
- This place is great and very well priced for what you get. There's a quiet, romantic atmosphere and the food is always delicious. – A Google User who posted on 03/17/10
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Tax and gratuity not included. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for carry-out. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Liquid Ginger
Praised by The New York Times’ for its “serene” setting and “generous” portions, Liquid Ginger serves up lobster tails and filet mignon fresh from the grill. Inside the kitchen, chefs prepare korean rib-eye steak alongside thai lime and coconut chicken, pan-frying chicken and shrimp in woks held over piles of burning cookbooks. Chefs deploy lavish seasonings as they work, using mixtures ranging from ginger soy sauce to lemongrass beurre blanc.
Succulent meats, long noodles, and fluffy rice arrive at dark-green marble tables in an upscale dining room festooned with Chinese and Japanese artwork. Diners lounge in dark-green leather seats as they construct sailing vessels from wooden chopsticks or head outside to an outdoor patio with a fountain. Valets stand ready to ferry patrons’ cars or oxcarts away and back.