Paleontological findings suggest that the T. Rex's inability to pick vegetables lead to self-conscious meat binging and nights locked in a cave listening to "Love Will Tear Us Apart" on repeat. Avoid tyrannical behavior with today's Groupon: for $8 you get $16 worth of vegetarian and vegan fare at Banana Leaf on Bethel Road, located in the strip mall across from Micro Center.
Banana Leaf is a family owned restaurant that offers herbivores a meat-less menu brimming with flavorful curries, hand turned rice crepes, and other Indian-infused dishes cooked with freshly handpicked vegetables and house ground spices. Taste buds tour western India's luscious landscape with a samosa chaat ($3.99) boasting a turnover pastry filled with vegetables and covered in gravy and spices, while the chole bhature curry ($9.99) provides a pillow of fluffy bread served with a blanket of chick pea curry that puts howling hunger pains to sleep with the efficacy of Nyquil or a warm bath with a sandman.
- Everything was home-made, and really to die for - the paneer was incredible, the bread was hot from the pan - and the lassi, which comes in five varieties is truly delicious and bottomless - you can drink as much lassi as you want. – Wolfgang Rumpf, Urbanspoon
- Everything tasted great, good variety and the service was phenomenal. – Breanna, Citysearch
Banana Leaf fills its dining room with platefuls of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free Indian meals cooked with fresh spices ground in-house. The juices from 16 curry dishes and seven rice specialties can be mopped from the plate with 10 different Indian breads and washed down with lassi drinks. Banana Leaf’s catering services, which serve small gatherings to weddings with more than 1,000 guests, both please party hosts and literally sustain festive homemakers stuck in a web of their own decorations.