Chicken marinated in yogurt and cooked in a clay oven, lamb blanketed in spicy almond sauce, and saffron shrimp atop basmati rice
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$14 for two vouchers, each good for $14 worth of Indian cuisine ($28 value)
Ginger, cumin, and garlic seeping into sauces, yogurt marinating meats, clay ovens wafting up smoky aromas—these are the sights and smells of time-tested Indian-cooking techniques, and the culinary team at Bombay Palace are fluent in their language. The dishes these tableaus produce range from the northwest-Indian delicacy of lamb korma to the charcoal-baked shrimp tandoori to the saffron-marinated chicken biryani. A wealth of dal and paneer dishes waits in the wings to sate vegetarians, whereas diners of all tastes rip into fluffy naan. These come flavored with garlic and chili or stuffed with coconut, raisins, and cashews to scoop up sauces so that diners can leave their garden trowels at home.