Dining at a fusion restaurant allows people to sample the flavors of multiple cultures at once without stapling spaghetti noodles to a burrito. Sup artfully prepared exotic dishes with this Groupon.
$23 for a Four-Course Asian-Fusion Prix-Fixe Dinner for Two (Up to a $48.90 Value)
- Eight fried-dumpling mini bites with sweet-and-sour sauce (a $9 value)
- One shared entrée (up to an $18.95 value)
- One shared plate of fried rice (an $11.95 value)
- Two mini bowls of pho (a $9 value)
- See the full prix-fixe menu<p>
Shanghai Mong's eclectic menu of flavorful soups, texture-rich pho, and shareable starter plates entices appetites with broad-spectrum cooking styles served up 24 hours a day. Like a hot air-balloon expedition during the rainy season, the bill of fare takes diners on a whirlwind tour of Asia, with detours by colorful Vietnamese and Korean noodle dishes before dropping by China's fried rice and tenderloin chop steak in spicy szechuan sauce. Plates entice the eye with vibrantly colored spices coating the crispy duck, glazed with a sweet soy-plum sauce, and Mara beef with fresh green beans and bright jalapeños. As diners clack onyx-hued chopsticks or clink glasses of authentic Chinese liquor, deep red accents cocoon guests in a soothing ambience, as flickering chandeliers cast a low, golden light on the feastings and set a stage for finger-puppet operas.
30 W 32nd St
New York, NY 10001