[50% Off] 2-Course Chinese Set Meal for 2 people at Dragon9ine for RM25 instead of RM50.10 (only RM12.50 per person). Limited Groupons
- Choose 2 from 6 varieties of noodles and rice.
- Choose 2 from 3 different types of soup.
- Customise your own kabuki place mat with crayons.
- Opens till late.
- Fun colourful ambience.
- Redemption period: Aug 13, 2011 – Oct 13, 2011.
- Bookings must be made between Aug 12, 2011 – Oct 12, 2011.
- Min. 1 day prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid: 11.30am – 3am daily / last order at 10pm (including public holidays).
- May buy and use many.
- Service charges and Government tax included.
- All-day dine-in.
- Non-Halal restaurant.
Eating Chinese food is like playing ping-pong where most of the activity centers on a table, using wooden handheld equipments. Today’s Groupon gives you a recipe for victory: for RM25, you get a two-course Chinese meal for two people from Dragon9ine in Penang (RM50.10 value). Meal includes:
Dine within neon walls and psychedelic furniture reflecting gastric patterns and eclectic eating habits, as chromatic masks that are the flagbearers of the eatery look on in yummy delight. Dizzy diners choose from either noodles or rice with a choice of three dishes in each respective category, ranging from Hong Kong style seafood with crispy noodles or sambal prawn fried rice. Meals are multiplied with a serving of soup where twin eaters pick one from another choice of three to send actuarial scientists into a soupy frenzy.
In-house Wi-Fi is available for those who wish to construct food blog adventures or maintain connectivity to overseas pets while an outdoor section allows tobacco touts to put their multitasking skills to the test. A place mat with a printed undecorated kabuki mask is given to diners to adorn using crayons while waiting for their food to magically materialise.
Facebook: Dragon9ine, Lunch, Dinner & Supper
Phone: 04-229 4099
The interior of the restaurant. I can use one word to describe - VIBRANT. Very colorful. The restaurant uses the Chinese Opera masks as its main decoration.- May 2011