Pan-Asian Cuisine for Two or Four at Tin Drum Asiacafé (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.


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Sample Asian cuisine from around the world like classic tikka masala in spicy Indian curry sauce, beef pho soup, or spicy king pao chicken

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. BYOB prohibited. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

There's nothing more comforting on a cold night than a warm bowl of curry or a radiator that hisses your name as you drift off to sleep. Feed your soul with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $8 for $16 worth of pan-Asian food for two on Monday–Friday
  • $16 for $32 worth of pan-Asian food for four on Monday–Friday
  • $11 for $20 worth of pan-Asian food for two on Saturday–Sunday
  • $22 for $40 worth of pan-Asian food for four on Saturday–Sunday
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Tin Drum Asiacafé

In ancient times, a man known as the "Tin Drummer" would bring communities together with his titular instrument. Calling people out of their homes as he marched down the street, the Tin Drummer led his followers to the marketplace where they'd tell each other stories, listen to music, and share a meal together. At least, that's the story founder Steven Chan heard as a child in Hong Kong. Regardless of the veracity of the legend, Chan wanted to play a similar, community-building role in his adopted home of Atlanta, even if he couldn't play the tin drum. And so he founded a chain of pan-Asian restaurants known as Tin Drum Asiacafé.

And by pan-Asian, they really mean they aren't leaving anyone out. Curries from Thailand to India include everything from a creamy panang with coconut sauce to a fiery tikka masala with tomatoes and sauteed chicken. From the street-noodle section, diners can choose from the Singaporean sing chow mein, Cantonese wheat noodles with beef, bean sprouts and spinach, and spicy Japanese spaghetti, made with tomatoes, jalapeños, and yakisoba. And the cafés aren't afraid to look even further afield. Genre-mashing tacos can be made with teriyaki or hoisin-soaked chicken, or with panko-crusted shrimp; and many of the basic entrees can be requested gluten free.

Customer Reviews

No frills place, but pretty good. Very affordable.
Claudette S. · September 28, 2014
Food is good.
Malaiarasi A. · September 15, 2014
Love the place....good foods.
Otty K. · August 30, 2014

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