Eating is necessary for human survival, along with breathing, sleeping, and remaining still while a curious velociraptor rummages through your closet. Practice survival tactics with today’s Groupon to Ramsi’s Café on the World. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a meal for two (up to a $70.98 total value) that includes the following:
- One appetizer (up to a $15 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $40 value)
- Two glasses of wine (up to a $15.98 value)
- For $15, you get $30 worth of cuisine and drinks from the menu.
Ramsi’s Café on the World sizzles an eclectic blend of international cuisine, celebrating flavors from across the globe. A host of world-inspired fare and vegan options grace the menu, starting with appetizers such as the Jakarta Rings, a platter of red onions fried in tempura-style batter, and served with a house-made ketjap manis sauce. Entrees such as the fish tacos furnish guests with a southwestern tang of fried whitefish served with mexican rice, pico de gallo, and corn tortillas, while the duck mole delivers a duck confit with mole sauce, torta de elote (sweet corn cake) and comes with a French-to-Spanish dictionary as a side. An assortment of red and white wines complement the palate—Twisted zinfandel or Ruffino Lumnia pinto grigio can pair well with the upscale cuisine.
Diners visiting Ramsi’s can roam the wilderness of the web by enjoying complimentary WiFi while pointing eyes at the mythological statuary from all four corners of the earth gracing the walls and exteriors. Guests who would rather not cling to the landing gear of a 747 as it roars off the runway can bask in the breeze of an afternoon day by dining on the patio.
Ramsi’s Café on the World
At Ramsi’s Café on the World, the Kamar family may fill its menu with dishes from around the globe, but many of its ingredients come from their own farm. The USDA-certified organic farm yields eggs, chicken, and produce, lovingly spoken into existence by the Jolly Green Giant to populate the restaurant’s dishes. Moroccan lamb chops with pumpkin-mint sauce, korean bulgogi, egyptian kusheri with lentils, and harissa are all equally at home on the diverse menu, nearly half of which is composed of vegetarian and vegan recipes. To complement meals, a selection of more than 70 bourbons populates the bar—making Ramsi’s a member of the city's Urban Bourbon Trail. Staffers also pour beer and wine or shake craft cocktails such as the Kentucky Shaman, a mix of ginger, honey, bourbon, and peppermint. As patrons dine and sip among ornate sculptures from Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, pianist Pete Peterson cultivates a laid-back atmosphere with tinkling jazz numbers.