Fusing international cuisines creates provocative new dishes, whereas fusing international languages still just sounds like Latin. Savor flavors without borders with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $8 for $16 worth of Indian and Italian food and drinks for two
- $16 for $32 worth of Indian and Italian food and drinks for four
Choose from a hearty menu of pizza and Indian cuisine; there are appetizers of mozzarella sticks ($4.99 for 10) and veggie samosas ($2.99), and entrees of chicken curry ($8.99) and chana masala infused with ginger ($8.99). The restaurant also serves a variety of specialty pizzas ($5.99–$21.99), from a traditional all-meat pie with pepperoni and ham to a chili paneer pizza with garlic and spices. There’s even a gluten-free pizza with your choice of four toppings ($17.99).
1st Choice Pizza & Curry
The exterior of 1st Choice Pizza & Curry is somewhat non-descript; they let their unique blend of Italian and Indian foods define who they are. The fragrant spices of traditional Indian biryanis and curries mix with the smell of fresh pizza inside. Indian dishes come with add-ons such as boneless chicken or seasoned vegetables, and pizzas can get topped with barbecue sauce and chicken. There’s even a build-your-own gluten-free pizza option, which you can deck out with artichoke hearts and pineapple. Speciality drinks like the mango lassi and desert options like gulab jamun and soft serve in eight flavors round out the eclectic menu.
And while the Elk Grove eatery does have two separate menus for their two main food types, they also offer a handful of fusion items. Try the mango tango pizza, which has spiced mangos and spicy mango curry sauce paired with mozzarella cheese and cannolis; wash it down with a cold beer or a glass of wine.
What some people are buzzing about:
89% of 391 customers recommend
“GEART FOOD AND SERVICE, CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN, LOVE IT.”
“Thank you! We'll definitely be back :)”
“It's interesting that you are merging italian and indian cuisine. It would be great if the indian styled pizzas were baked on the naan, garlic naan, or kulcha. The...”
“It's interesting that you are merging italian and indian cuisine. It would be great if the indian styled pizzas were baked on the naan, garlic naan, or kulcha. The serving would be just right for one! :) Let me know if you need a taste tester! :)”