- Dishes from Korea, Taiwan, Thailand & China
- Noodles, curries & dumplings
- Expires Mar 29, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item.
- See the rules that apply to all deals.
Ricebowl Fusion Restaurant's menu sates wanderlusting taste buds with traditional dishes from Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and China. Make hunger disappear more effectively than eating a magician's hat with noodle dishes such as pan-fried gyoza udon ($9.95) and the japchae, which stir-fries Korean-style clear sweet-potato noodles and beef in sesame oil ($9.95). The dolsot bibimbap awakens beef, marinated veggies, and rice with the steam from a hot stone bowl before finishing the assemblage with a fried egg and sweet-pepper paste ($12.95). Lighter bites such as pajeon, a Korean-style seafood pancake garnished with spicy vinegar ($7.95), or the lightly salted protein-packed edamame ($3.95) fuel stomachs and help patrons stop biting carpenters' nails.