Indian cuisine spans a range of flavors: 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 Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Indian cuisine and drinks for dinner for parties of two or more
- $10 for $20 worth of Indian cuisine and drinks for lunch for parties of two or more
The dinner menu includes peppered duck in a tangy tamarind curry sauce with figs and hazelnuts (up to $16.95), grilled paneer-cheese kebabs (up to $14.95), and lamb-chop kebabs (up to $24.95). The lunch menu includes curried cauliflower and potatoes sauteed with fresh ginger, cumin, tomatoes and cilantro (up to $7.95), masala curry with lamb (up to $8.95), and grilled-swordfish sandwiches (up to $8.95).
Prices fluctuate throughout the week.
India Restaurant's chefs modify iconic South Asian staples to eliminate excess fat, cholesterol, and calories while still ensuring that the dishes are delicious enough to win various accolades. The chefs craft each authentic dish with locally sourced seafood and produce, and they avoid frying any dish, eschew butter entirely, and only cook with canola oil. Yet their nacho-like papri chaat appetizer has been called "truly addictive" by the Providence Phoenix, which also called the restaurant’s biryani “a veritable feast for the senses.” To make their cuisine even more inclusive, the chefs prepare an array of vegan-friendly and gluten-free dishes.
The decor strives to be similarly accommodating, presenting diners with numerous seating options, each with a distinctive ambience. A projection screen playing subtitled Bollywood films dominates the main dining area, smaller tables surround each of the three roaring fireplaces, and more than 200 flickering candles line the bar area. During the warmer months, the garden courtyard tempts patrons with its swings for seats, lush gardens, and bubbling water fountains. The sidewalk seating allows guests to dine alongside their dogs and pet lobsters; a doggie menu offers hamburger-and-rice dishes and yogurt pops for canine companions.
Traditional belly dancers drift throughout the space on Friday and Saturday evenings, and the restaurant's global jazz ensemble entertains diners with its contemporary melodic stylings.
The staff and service is really awesome at this restaurant.Quality of food is yummy and ambience is superb to have your dinner at this place.Reviewer, Google + Local
The service was great. Our waitress easily read us the specials and described the favor/spiciness of the various sauces.Michael G., Yelp, 11/29/11
95% of 759 customers recommend
“Love this place, The brunch on the weekends is great too and love being able to do take out and enjoy the later in the day.”
“Great menu. Loved the ginger/ honey naan bread and kale salad.”
1060 Hope St.
Providence, Rhode Island 02906Get Directions