Growling stomachs can hamper stealth operations, spoil belly dances, and, in extreme cases, induce dogs to attack. Quiet whimpering tummy tones with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Korean fare and drinks at Palace Korean Bar & Grill in Federal Way.
The chefs at Palace Korean Bar & Grill sizzle beef, steak, and pork dishes to a finely barbecued finish and stuff the satisfying bill of eats with noodles, seafood, and soups.
Begin the end of a craving crusade with an order of two vegetarian egg rolls ($4) or fried Asian chicken tenders ($11). Next, eaters can approach a signature barbecue plate such as the aged kimchi and sliced pork belly ($19) or the marinated tendered beef, which is soaked in Palace's secret sauce and then cubed like both sides of an equation ($20).
Short-rib chowder ($10) and wonton rice-cake soup ($10) motivate mouths, and a hot-stone pot of bibim bahp presents diners with rice and seasoned veggies wearing an egg hat ($9). Belly demands can also be met with seafood, including the grilled eel set atop heated river stones with sweet soy sauce ($17), or the spicy broiled codfish frolicking in a garden of tofu and veggies ($20).
Palace Korean Bar & Grill
Padded black booths surround grills beneath gleaming hoods, which reflect the glow of sunset-orange walls as they sweep away rising warm air and spice-steeped aromas. On Palace Korean Bar & Grill's tabletop skillets, chefs sizzle menu items such as pearlescent curlicues of kimchi and cuts of seafood as well as bulgogi, spicy slices of brisket also known as Korean barbecue. During the all-you-can-eat special, silverware jangles endlessly like a knight looking for his car keys as diners tuck into bottomless helpings of marinated beef short ribs, tender marble brisket, spicy pork belly, and jumbo shrimp.