Beyond yellow brick façade & twinkling string lights, skilled chefs whip up tandoor-cooked fish & lamb, zesty masala & oven-baked bread
What You'll Get
What You Get
- $26 for a three-course Indian dinner for two ($39.94 value)
- $49 for a three-course Indian dinner for four ($78.88 value)
Each dinner includes the following per person:
- One appetizer (up to $4.99 value)
- One entree (up to $10.99 value)
- One dessert (up to $3.99 value)
The menu kicks off with appetizers such as cut mirchi deep-fried jalapenos or samosas with chutney, followed by entrees from rich curries to thin, crêpe-like dosas. For dessert, tuck into fruit custard, cheesecake-like ras milai, or gulab jamun drizzled with cardamom-tinged syrup.
How It Works
Reservations may only be made at times available on Groupon. You may select “Buy & Book” to book at purchase, or book later by following these steps:
- Purchase deal.
- Visit “My Groupons” or tap the mobile app to make a reservation.
- Select day and time online to secure reservation.
- Show up for your reservation and mention your name and the word “Groupon” to the host—they’ll be waiting to welcome you.
The Fine Print
About Citrus Indian Fusion
Behind a façade of yellow bricks and twinkling string lights is Citrus Indian Fusion, a hub for North and South Indian dishes. Through the restaurant's glass doors, aromas of ginger, garlic, and Andhra spice waft through first—indication that morsels of marinated lamb, chicken, and fish are cooking in a tandoor oven. Next, guests smell the warm, savory scent of dosas—South Indian-style crepes—crisping on a flat grill.
Dishes to Discover
Citrus Indian Fusion's chefs have mastered familiar dishes such as butter chicken and samosas, but they also work to expand palates with recipes from across the Indian subcontinent. Below, we list a few favorites (plus recommendations for who should order them).
- For the spice enthusiast: Cut mirchi
This Indo-Chinese appetizer is a favorite among diners who enjoy a bit of heat on the tongue. Chefs dip jalapeno peppers in chickpea batter, deep-fry them, and serve them with a coconut chutney.
- For the indecisive eater: Thali
If you're not sure what to order, thali—which is served throughout India—is a safe bet. That's because each platter presents a wide assortment of of curries, pickles, chutneys, and other diverse components.
- For the sleepy diner: 70mm dosa
Even curled in a roll, the South Indian-style 70mm dosa is visually impressive—each of the warm, paper-thin crepes is roughly the length of a newspaper. Unrolled, the dosas are large enough to share.