Indian cuisine spans a range of flavours: from the spicy taste of vindaloo to the mild taste of rice pudding to the supermild taste of a folded napkin you put all the way in your mouth. Taste real Indian food with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$15 for an South Indian lunch for two (up to a $30.85 value)
- With lunch, parties receive the day's featured appetizer and a choice of two lunch entrees. The lunch menu includes cochin chicken in an onion-tomato gravy and a Kerala-style fish in coconut milk and ginger.
$13 for a South Indian dosa brunch for two (up to a $27.90 value)
$24 for a South Indian dosa brunch for four (up to a $55.80 value)
- With brunch, each diner receives a choice of entree with a dosa –an 18-inch long South Indian crepe–as well as a sambar lentil soup, and two chutneys. The dosa menu features over ten varieties of masala dosas with spiced mashed potatoes and a keema dosa stuffed with minced beef.
$15 for $30 worth of South Indian dinner cuisine on Monday–Thursday
- The dinner menu includes Chettinadu lamb chop ($15.95), Telangana mutton curry ($17.95), spicy Goan shrimp curry ($19.95), and Allapey fish curry ($16.95).
Surrounded by the bustle of the Oliver Square district, Bistro India sends tantalizing aromas of Southern Indian spices wafting out from inside its 100-year-old renovated edifice. Inside, Indian chefs whip up a variety of dishes unique to southern India's coastal region, infusing meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes with splashes of coconut milk, dashes of spicy byadgi chilies, and sprigs of curry leaves. Clay ovens bake tandoori dishes and a wide variety of flavourful naan breads, and chefs turn their attention to masalas, biryani rice, and dosa dishes. They demonstrate culinary creativity with a menu of fusion dishes, such as a tandoor-baked burger and a marinated rack of lamb.
Southern dishes pair with fine wines and specialty cocktails out in the chic dining room decorated with flowing orange tapestries, textured walls, and handsome wooden trim. An attentive serving staff bustles about the dining room, jotting down orders while taking care to note requests from diners who prefer milder spices or desire their food to be arranged in the shape of a happy face.