In India, it's considered polite to eat only with the right hand, which leaves the left hand free to tousle the hair of the restaurant's designated scamp. Mind your manners with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Indian Cuisine
Aromatic plates of mattar paneer with house-made cheese ($11.95), prawn pepper masala ($15.95), tandoori chicken ($14.95), and other Indian entrees including vegan options wait on the menu.
India House owner Daljit Sandhu, his wife, and their two sons help guests to pick new favorite entrees, and are as likely to bring plates of tandoori chicken and fried cubes of house-made cheese to tables as they are to prepare the meals themselves, a hands-on, customer-focused approach noted in a Folsom Telegraph write-up. The menu's pages help to explain how the family restaurant nabbed the KCRA3 A-List award for Best Indian from 2011-2013: South Indian dosas envelop vegetables in savory crepes, and 10 breads topped with garlic or stuffed with potatoes scoop up mouthfuls of curries, whose heat is extinguished by wines and beers imported from the subcontinent. India House also caters special occasions such as weddings and sendoffs for explorers who still believe the Far East exists, and belly dancers shimmy throughout the dining room on weekend evenings.
What some people are buzzing about:
“TOP NOTCH INDIAN FOOD, VERY CLEAN RESTAURANT OVERALL”
“If you're in a rush or do not intent to spend hours in this place, make sure you tell them you're in a rush; otherwise, you'll spend a great deal of time listening to...”
“If you're in a rush or do not intent to spend hours in this place, make sure you tell them you're in a rush; otherwise, you'll spend a great deal of time listening to the owner stories, which are good, but if you do not have the time or are in the mood to have a conversation, you'll need to be at front.”
“This place is awesome! Great food and super friendly environment.”