What You'll Get
Unlike bones, food enjoys being taken out. Indulge your cuisine's outside urges with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of Asian takeout at Yumi to Go.
Featured on DailyCandy and in Where Dallas and D Beauty magazines, Yumi to Go specializes in made-to-order Asian-fusion creations ready to be transported to parts unknown. The bastion of carryout cuisine sports a menu of starters, salads, and grill- and wok-fired fare perfect for an evening of casual eating on the couch or municipal-size beanbag chair. The tuna-poke lettuce wraps––boasting spicy sashimi-grade tuna, a generous drizzle of sesame oil and chili sauce, and an iceberg-lettuce wrap––make a delectable beginning to any comestible occasion ($9.79), and the fully customizable salads make excellent mealmates on their own ($5.99). Meat seekers can get their carnivorous fix with wok favorites such as gluten-free Yumi Chu chicken, a tender chicken breast donning a fetching windbreaker of potato ﬂour and seared with garlic, broccoli ﬂorets, and red bell peppers in a sauce sporting the split, yet delicious personalities of sweet and sour ($7.69). Yumi to Go also offers a plethora of vegetarian items, including grilled tofu skewered with vegetables ($6.49).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in and carryout only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Yumi To Go
The chefs at Yumi To Go fire up the grill or wok to prepare the made-to-order dishes on the restaurant's pan-Asian menu. Fresh meat platters come in classic preparations, including orange chicken and grilled beef satay with peanut sauce, or vegetarian selections such as grilled veggie and tofu skewers. The chefs also hand toss salads adorned with toppings from a robust list that includes avocado, mandarin oranges, asparagus, or ramen-noodle mix for recent college graduates in transition to adult food.