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$5 for 30% Off Your Bill for Indian Food at Mumbai Times

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In a Nutshell

Starters of kebabs and tandoor-fired chicken tenders lead into specialties from both northern and southern India

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Expires 60 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The growth of India's economy owed much to the country's position along the famous Silk Road, which was exactly what it sounds like—a canal for transporting rocks. Taste what trade made with this Groupon.

The growth of India's economy owed much to the country's position along the famous Silk Road, which was exactly what it sounds like—a canal for transporting rocks. Taste what trade made with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $5 for 30% off your bill for Indian food
  • Click here to see the full menu.

There are no minimum or maximum purchase restrictions for this—the higher your total purchase, the more you save. For example, if you spend $30, you will get $9 off; if you spend $60, you will get $18 off.

Mumbai Times

Chicken entrees at Mumbai Times traverse both familiar and foreign territory. There's the ubiquitous chicken tikka masala, but also chicken chutneywala, prepped with curried mango and mint, and chicken makmura, a traditional Calcutta Jewish dish with almonds and raisins. Yet, the chefs ensure that the chicken's origins are far from unknown—any chicken dish can be made with free-range, on-the-bone poultry for a small fee.

In fact, free-range chicken grilled in the tandoori oven is a chef's specialty. It's but one of many dishes on a menu that spans India's northern and southern regions. To complement mainstays of vindaloo and rogan josh, the list boasts zesty kebabs and exotic sauces, such as the coconut tamarind variant found in the goan fish curry. An expansive vegetarian segment features bindi masala sasuralwali, or, as the accompanying text puts it, "okra you would eat at your in-laws' house."

For those who'd rather scope out their food in advance, a weekday lunch or weekend brunch buffet that takes place beyond the restaurant's mosaic archways hosts a sprawl of platters. The lunch buffet includes a glass of wine, whereas the brunch buffet comes with champagne, a better fizzy morning drink than seltzer coffee.


Tips

91% of 305 customers recommend

  • “My husband dislikes Indian food. After we finished dinner, he said "That was a wonderful meal" and he was right. The servers and hostess were so solicitous, they even...”

    “My husband dislikes Indian food. After we finished dinner, he said "That was a wonderful meal" and he was right. The servers and hostess were so solicitous, they even brought us a rice pudding after I mournfully said no to dessert. We'll be back and I won't have to drag him! ”

  • “The bread (Nan) is delicious!”

  • “Get the cauliflower appetizer.”

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