Indian Groceries or Prepared Food at Mr. India Grocers (Half Off)

Mr. India Grocers Superstore

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In a Nutshell

Browse the selection of Indian grocery staples or bring home a fully prepared Indian meal of naan, chicken tikka masala, and mango lassi

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for dine-in or take-out. Mr. India Haveli option valid for hot food only; Not valid on snacks or sweets. Mr. India Haveli voucher must be redeemed at Mr. India Haveli checkout; May not be combined with Grocery option. Grocery option not valid towards rice, flour, or dairy. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Indian food comes from a faraway land, just like the fabled Pegasus or anything made of plastic. Take a tasty trip with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $12 for $24 worth of Indian groceries
  • $15 for $30 worth of hot prepared food

Stock up your pantry with Indian staples or sample some of the prepared meals from the haveli-style kitchen. There, the house chefs cook fresh dishes such as palak paneer ($5.99), mutton biryani ($6.99), chicken tikka masala ($7.99), and lamb curry ($8.99).

Mr. India Grocers and Haveli Restaurant

Ten years ago, Mr. India Grocers was a just a small, but well-loved grocery store serving the food needs of South Asian expats. But one day, the owners were struck with an idea: why not offer harder-to-find Bollywood movie rentals alongside food items? The idea was an instant success with customers. Soon, people shopping for ingredients for chicken tikka masala or a veggie biryani would also be seen picking up a Bollywood flick or 12 on their way out. The gain in popularity not only caused the store to expand to a larger location, but soon a second, larger outpost was opened on Grand Park Drive.

That growth has let Mr. India Grocers better serve the needs of their customers, allowing them to offer a wider selection of Indian goods and more exotic fruits from India. They have also opened a new haveli-style kitchen (a traditional Indian take-out area) at the Grand Park Drive location, where chefs serve up hot cups of masala chai alongside dishes such as lamb curry and buttery wads of naan. Each meal they make is designed to be eaten on the go, subbed in for dinner at home, or kept at one’s bedside to induce passionate food dreams.

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