$65 for a Seasonal Indian Tasting Menu for Two at Bombay Palace in Beverly Hills ($142 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Custom prix fixe menu encompasses 10 rotating, seasonal Indian dishes such as vegetable samosa, aloo gobi masala & kulfi ice cream

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jul 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 for table of 4 or more. Dine-in only. Menu subject to change due to seasonality of ingredients. Substitutions allowed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Much like mankind’s ability to cry during sunsets, Indian cuisine has been cultivated over thousands of years. Sample well-honed flavors with today’s Groupon: for $65, you get a seasonal Indian tasting menu for two at Bombay Palace in Beverly Hills (a $142 value). The prix fixe menu includes tasting portions of the following:

  • Four appetizers
  • Four entrees
  • Two desserts<p>

Chefs at Bombay Palace populate comprehensive tasting menus with a rotating selection of classic, seasonal Indian cuisine. Like the color of Mother Nature’s nail polish, the exact lineup of dishes depends on the season, but diners can draw inspiration for a customized feast from the all-day menu. Kick off the gastronomic voyage with batter-fried cubes of fish pakora or a vegetable samosa, a pastry pouch toting seasoned potatoes and peas. An arsenal of traditional spices peppers the lamb pieces wading through saag gosht’s sea of creamy chopped spinach, whereas tomatoes, onions, and yogurt accompany barbecued chunks of chicken tikka masala. Spoonfuls of mango or pistachio kulfi ice cream melt over tongues like postage stamps made of butter. A collection of sculptures glow inside small, illuminated recesses that punctuate the dining room’s crisp, white walls and hover behind a fully stocked bar.

Bombay Palace

Glowing inlets dot the white walls of Bombay Palace, revealing bronze figurines overlooking the plates of fresh Indian cuisine below. It's no wonder Zagat called Bombay Palace "a 'tried-and-true' mainstay since 1985." Dishes emerge sizzling from the charcoal oven as visitors start their dining experience with appetizers like seasoned potatoes and peas wrapped in pastry dough or classic naan. Entree offerings include chicken tikka masala, lamb vindaloo prepared in a fiery vinegar-based sauce, and vegetable dishes featuring cauliflower, lentils, or eggplant. Visitors can wrap up meals with rice pudding or creamy gulab jamun.

Customer Reviews

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Susan K. · July 11, 2012
The service was so gracious and I felt very well taken care of.
Lorna R. · July 4, 2012
I would like to thank them for a marvelous evening. The food was plentiful and delicious -- especially the saag, the samosas (I could've eaten a dozen) and the yummy dessert. The service was incredible, and treated us like we were eating in their own home. So gracious. I was so pleased that even knowing we were paid up and getting such a deal with the groupon, they went all out to please and impress us. It was fantastic.
Maria S. · January 16, 2012

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