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 from Three Options
$35 for an Indian dinner for two (up to a $75.85 total value)
- One appetizer (up to a $9.95 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $22.95 value each)
- Two specialty cocktails (a $10 value each)
$69 for an Indian dinner for four (up to a $151.70 total value)
- Two appetizers (up to a $9.95 value each)
- Four entrees (up to a $22.95 value each)
- Four specialty cocktails (a $10 value each)
$12 for $25 worth of Indian food
The menu includes appetizers such as tandoori lettuce wraps and curried hummus with garlic naan. It also includes entrees such as chicken tikka tandoori and lamb curry, as well as specialty cocktails such as mango’tinis and chai’tinis. Visit the website to view the dinner menu.
Monsoon Group Restaurants
Masala Spices of India
Helmed by the brother-and-sister team of Rakesh and Ashley Popat, Masala welcomes diners to partake in an atmosphere dusted with Indian paintings, a glistening yellow chandelier, and a tranquil waterfall. Chef Ashley Popat whips up a tasting menu of authentic Indian specialties, kicking things off with an aperitif masala shot of vodka, fresh lemon juice, and raspberry liqueur with a sugar rim to prime palates for the meal like athletes stretch before going on group field trips. Pairs or groups sup from mulligatawny soup and a Desi Chat appetizer of samosa topped with assorted chutneys and yogurt sauce. Four entree samples assemble like a boy-band welcoming committee to introduce eaters to Rogan Josh, chunks of lamb cooked with gently spiced yogurt, fresh mint leaves, and mustard seeds. Chicken tikka masala swims in fresh cream sauce, saag paneer spruces up homemade indian cheese with fresh spinach, and a mixed-vegetable korma in creamy saffron sauce completes the foursome. A dessert sampler combines mango mousse, pistachio rice pudding, and shrikhand to end meals on a note that is sweeter than a sugar cube's birthday cake.
Bombay Exotic Cuisine of India
Another glittering facet of the Monsoon Group helmed by brother-and-sister team Rakesh and Ashley Popat, Bombay delivers the same opulent, glowing atmosphere and authentic cuisine that have dazzled diners at sister restaurants Monsoon and Masala. Glistening chandeliers illuminate the 7,500-square-foot space, which provides an avenue for parties of up to 300 guests, and has hosted a number of corporate clients including Wells Fargo and Johnson & Johnson. Inside the dining room, a tranquil waterfall serves as an ethereal room divider and squirt-gun refilling station, as romantic amber light softly rains down from the ceiling to settle upon crisp white tablecloths.
Monsoon Fine Cuisine of India
Monsoon Cuisine of India takes its name from the romance of monsoon season, which brings a respite from year-round heat and a sense of festive renewal to the streets. But the festive feel that both the menu and decor exhibit isn’t stifled by tradition; both leaven venerated Indian customs with 21st-century flair. Tamarind chicken wings whet appetites for main dishes such as masala-lime lamb with coconut curry or fresh cheese in a creamy tomato sauce. Colorful paintings portray Hindu deities through the geometric filter of cubism, and a row of chandeliers encircled by intricate wooden screens hang over the granite-topped bar. Like a toddler who knows how to change all the clocks in the house, the restaurant stays up late; it’s open until 10:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.