- $20 value for only $10
- Good toward food and drinks
- Great authentic Chinese cuisine
- Featuring a robust menu of favorites and specialties
- Promotion Expires June 6, 2013
When you are in the mood for a taste of the orient Jasper Chinese Restaurant & Bar has more than your ordinary Chinese restaurant. Featuring signature dishes that include: lobster with ginger, Jasper filet mignon, Grand Marnier shrimp and the shrimp & scallops medley. There is so much more to choose from at Jasper and the taste is truly authentic and delicious. Jasper also offers all of your favorite Chinese dishes like: wonton soup, sweet & sour chicken, Kung Pao chicken, Dim Sum, barbecued spare ribs, egg rolls and so much more. So when you and the family are looking for your next great dining experience, Jasper has you covered and then some. With today’s special offer you can save 50% on your next order, a $20 value for only $10.
Jasper Chinese Restaurant & Bar provides a unique and authentic dining experience and atmosphere. They always are prepared to serve top-notch cuisine with a warm and welcoming staff. Their signature chef dishes and combination of Chinese favorites make them a must visit for the Chinese food enthusiast.
$10 for $20 worth of food and drinks
- Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. One voucher per table, per visit.
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