In India, it's considered polite to eat only with the right hand, which leaves the left hand free to tousle the hair of the restaurant's designated scamp. Mind your manners with this Groupon.
$8 for $16 Worth of Vegetarian Indian Food
The all-vegetarian menu spotlights newly added menu items like almond soup ($4.99), Raj Kachori Chatt ($6.99), spring rolls ($3.99), and vegetarian panir steak dinner ($13.99). Indian style cold coffee ($3.99) is also available.
Banana Leaf will be celebrating the annual festival of lights with a special Diwali dinner buffet on November 13 —18. The five-day Hindu festival, Diwali, celebrates joy and inner-peace. The holiday buffet celebration will include eight appetizer stations featuring six vegetable curries, two lentil varieties, three types of specialty breads, a dessert bar, and speciality drinks. Reservations are required for the Diwali buffet.
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.