Though India and Indiana are roughly the same word, their cuisine offerings are worlds apart. Find out the difference two letters make with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Indian fare
- $20 for $40 worth of Indian fare for tables of four or more<p>
In addition to mixing fresh fruit and nuts into the navaratan kurma’s array of seasonal vegetables ($11.95), the chefs can spoon fiery sauce over the lamb vindaloo’s slow-cooked lamb and potatoes ($12.95). See the full menu.<p>
Mayura Indian Grill & Bar
Relying on traditional recipes from northern and southern India, the chefs at Mayura Indian Grill & Bar forge their halal-friendly menu of meaty and vegetarian dishes. Their specialty lies in filling dosas with spicy lentil chutney or potato curry, but they also simmer house-made cottage cheese alongside fragrant herbs and seek out seasonal vegetables for some of their entrees. They can marinate orders of chicken and lamb in one of their spice-infused sauces before roasting them in a clay oven that burns more intensely than a bodybuilder's love of lunges.
Dishes, whether meat or vegetable based, end up on the dining-room tables' crisp, white linens, which, along with the rows of corrugated pillars, imbue the space with a stately air. Beyond mealtimes, Mayura embraces south Asian culture by occasionally showcasing Indian films for the community.
What some people are buzzing about:
75% of 656 customers recommend
“Great food, but don't go expecting great service.”
“Helpful waiter provided information and suggestions for delicious gluten free options.”
“I went to Mayura last night and the food was delicious. The restaurant is very nice, well decorated and lit, perfect place to go on a date. It was my first time...”
“I went to Mayura last night and the food was delicious. The restaurant is very nice, well decorated and lit, perfect place to go on a date. It was my first time trying Indian food and I would recommend this place!”