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Reviewed September 1, 2013
Reviewed August 24, 2013
Reviewed August 24, 2013
What You'll Get
Bringing home something premade saves precious time, whether it’s a meal, a piece of furniture, or a fully formed dog. No assembly required with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Prepared International Meals
Peruse a menu featuring prepared appetizers and snacks such as Anson Mills polenta with goat cheese and mushrooms ($8), pizza with smoked bacon, sausage, and pepperoni ($14), meat dishes such as pulled Q7 Ranch beef barbacoa fajitas ($11), and vegetarian dishes such as madras curry with eggplant, grilled organic squash, and haricots verts ($8).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for dine-in or carryout only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid on alcohol. Valid only at listed locations. Valid only for prepared foods. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Chef John des Rosiers wants visitors to his restaurant-shop Wisma—which means home in Indonesian—to enjoy eating meals in their own homes as much as they do in a restaurant. Using organic and sustainable ingredients, many sourced from local producers such as Q7 Ranch and Anson Mills, he and his staff assemble and cook each dish before sealing it in a recyclable container for customers. They draw inspiration from the culinary styles of Europe, Asia, and the Americas, and craft every dish from scratch. On a normal day in their kitchen, the chefs may top handmade pizzas with housemade sausage and pesto, cook vegetarian incan quinoa and madras curry, and sear beef barbacoa for fajitas.
Desserts at Wisma are also a focal point, not an afterthought. Tres leches and double-chocolate cakes cleanse the palate after main dishes, as do six sorbet and ice-cream flavors such as lemon-basil sorbet and mint-strawberry ice cream. The staff also stocks small-batch wines and seasonally changing craft beers by the bottle, which customers can taste before they take home to plant and grow more bottles of wine or beer. Though many see it only briefly, the shop is filled with eclectic decor such as exposed brick offset by a yellow bike hung on one wall, cow-print and plaid chairs, and floral lampshades.