Making up the largest portion of the Asian diet pyramid, noodles and rice continuously trounce meat in caloric density, and beat vegetables when it comes to talent and evening wear. Eat responsibly with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Korean cuisine and sushi at Little Seoul, located on Exchange Street.
Little Seoul envelopes tongues with authentic Korean cuisine and East Asian flavors, including sushi, noodles, rice bowls, and more. Practice your chopstick-fighting skills with menu items beginning with appetizers such as the pork-filled gyoza, prepared seared, steamed, or fried ($5), and the chicken- and vegetable-stuffed spring rolls, paired with sweet chili dunking sauce ($5.50). After starting up your stomach engine, maneuver your mandible toward the authentic bi-bim-bop rice dish served traditionally in a hot stone bowl, topped with a medley of beef, veggies, fried egg, shredded seaweed, sesame seeds, and an optional spicy chili sauce ($9.50 lunch, $13 dinner). Noodle aficionados can pucker their lips around the jap-chae clear noodles—stir-fried, yet transparent enough to ensure the beef and vegetables are not mocking your table manners ($9.50 lunch, $13.50 dinner). Meanwhile, raw fish fans can flounder in the sushi menu, swimming with sashimi and maki rolls, including the yellowtail jalapeño with eel sauce ($9.50) and the Maine, touting deep-fried spicy tuna, and fried lobster, topped with a spicy, yet stylish, top hat ($12).