$30 or $60 Off Your Bill at Chilli Chicken. Three Options Available.

Jackson Heights

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In a Nutshell

Casual eatery serves Chinese takeout staples, such as egg-drop soup and ginger chicken, along with Indian specialties, such as shrimp pakora

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour specials. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Himalayas make it hard to carry food between China and India, largely due to the puppy-like pleas of hungry yetis. Keep the fruits of cultural fusion for yourself with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

$15 for $30 off your bill
$29 for $60 off your bill for parties of four or more
$45 for three vouchers (a $90 value); each voucher is good for $30 off your bill

You can order anything on the menu, from Chinese-style egg rolls or beef with broccoli to desi-style lamb kebabs.

Want a Suggestion?
  • Appetizer—samosas ($5 for an order of two)
  • Entrees—Indian-style goat curry ($12.95) and szechuan chicken ($10.95)
    Total Bill: $28.90

Chilli Chicken

By the early 20th century, an influx of Chinese immigrants transformed the Indian city of Kolkata into a thriving Chinese community. Naturally, the migrants began to assimilate into Bengal culture, yet they maintained a few traditions of their own—most notably, their food. Like Bert's kidnapping of Ernie, the mixing of Indian and Chinese cultures gave rise to an iconic partnership: by the 1920s, restaurants in the city were dedicating their menus to desi-style Chinese cuisine.

In the United States, it's still rare to find Indian and Chinese cuisine in one place. Yet, Jackson Heights delivers thanks to the quaint and casual Chilli Chicken, where chefs prepare a well-rounded mix of American-style Chinese food and Bangladeshi, Indian, and Pakistani cuisine. Chinese classics such as egg rolls, beef with broccoli, and wonton soup grace the menu alongside Indian and Himalayan dishes such as eggplant pakora and steamed or fried momo dumplings. Though many customers opt for takeout, the eatery's long, narrow dining area is also suited to casual sit-down meals or impromptu rounds of bowling.

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