Cooking Korean cuisine, like training a parrot to order french fries at the drive-thru, takes years of intensive training. Taste the fruits of perfected practice with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Korean fare and drinks at Mago Cafe in Sedona.
Mago Cafe's eclectic Korean menu shares the spotlight with the café curator's encyclopedia of rich Sedona history. Steam billows from clay bowls of savory Korean stews ($13.95–$14.95), and razor-thin rib eye swan dives into the Olympic-size depths of mushroom-and-onion sauce in the Bul-Go-Ki plate ($15.95). A vegetable Jeon ($9.95) walks the line between pancake and pizza with produce trimmings, and a Volcano Vegetables stir-fry ($12.95) erupts with 15 vegetables that cascade into a sea of rice and organic greens. The piled-high stuffings in a selection of sandwiches—including the cayenne-peppered Red Rock hot tofu ($9.95)—peer over the edges of four artisan breads and arrive, like a newborn Cabbage Patch Kid, blanketed in organic romaine, tomatoes, and sprouts.
Inside Mago Cafe, opalescent auburn chairs tantalize eyes beside violet walls and knotty wooden décor. Breezes brush across second-floor balcony seating as the smoldering Red Rocks pierce the distant horizon.
207 N Hwy. 89A
Sedona, Arizona 86336Get Directions