What You'll Get
Today’s deal summons volcanic rock and fondue-ware with $25 worth of food and drink at Rok Bistro for $10. With hot stones for tableside meat cooking and cheese and chocolate fondues, you’ll find eating can be a wonderful lesson in heat application.
Inspired by ancient stone-eaters who never ate their sediment raw, Rok Bistro heats its volcanic rocks in a secret oven for 6–8 hours before setting them on stoneware plates that allow you to control the cookedness of your food. The sizzle-ready dinner menu features certified Angus sirloin medallions ($19), fresh Pacific swordfish ($22), and a juicy vegetarian platter heated atop sweet pineapple wedges with a balsamic glaze ($14). Hot meals go nicely with a cool drink, be it a fine wine or hip cocktail.
For those who only eat what they first dip, the cheese fondues will appease with such offerings as the Wisconsin cheddar fondue and Gruyère and onion fondue (each is $9 per person, two-person minimum). The dessert chocolate fondues are worth a poke as well, especially with deliciousness erupting from the Black Forest dark chocolate with cherry fondue ($10 per person, two-person minimum). There's also a special kid's menu designed for kids, who have 78% smaller mouths than adults; feed them breaded chicken strips ($7) or half a NY strip ($9).
Bypass the banalities of conventional restaurant cooking and discover heat from new sources. Friends, families, and anyone without an arson record will make a merry band at Rok Bistro. Come for a lunch or dinner to taste tasty dishes cooked and dipped to your preferences.
Note: Your Groupon is not valid during happy hour.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per 2 people at table; max 2 per table. Not valid with other offers. Not valid 2/12–2/14. Tax and gratuity not included. Must redeem in single visit. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rok Bistro
Rok Bistro escorts its guests back to the Stone Age, doling out filet mignon, top sirloin, and other exotic meats seared and sizzling atop hot stones. The unique, albeit ancient, cooking method fills the restaurant with savory aromas and keeps every bite hot throughout a meal. Amid those aromas, crimson accents, arched doorways, and exposed stone create a rustic atmosphere, and sidewalk dining and a full bar whisk guests back into modern times.