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.
$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine for Two
The menu includes crunchy okra appetizers fried with gram flour and dusted with spices ($6.50), corn-fed chicken tandoori in a spicy yogourt marinade ($11), slow-braised spinach-lamb curry ($13), and coconut-portobello curry with creamy coconut sauce and garlic ($12). Dinner starts at 4:30 p.m.
Vaades the Indian Restaurant
The artful chefs at Vaades the Indian Restaurant prepare feasts for both eyes and empty stomachs with a colourful spread of traditional tandoori chicken, lamb curries, and vegetable stews, as well as contemporary small plates and main courses. The culinary experts take great pride in using quality ingredients such as corn-fed chicken and seasonal veggies, and they abide by strict cooking practices such as making sauces with only unsalted butter, vegetable oil, and light cream––never using meat stock, flour, or astronaut ice cream. Outside the kitchen, visitors savour tender poultry baked with fragrant cardamom, rose, and coconut or dive their utensils into inventive meals of mango-basil mousse, parmesan-stuffed naan, and cumin-kissed squash yogourt. Aside from meat-centric dishes such as saag gosht with lamb, the menu accommodates vegetarian diets by pairing organic multigrain roti with black-lentil dal makhni and roasted eggplant baingan bharta.
Excellent food and really nice staff. Great halibut curry and Baingan BhartaAndrew Charles Jackson, Urbanspoon, 12/31/12
149 W 3rd St.
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 1E7