Ancient Egyptians often threw salt up to the heavens to bring rain, which is why modern humans throw pepper at vending machines to summon Diet Coke. Enjoy a showering of seasonings with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Indian cuisine at New India Restaurant.
The chefs at New India Restaurant sprinkle spices over a menu of authentic Indian offerings, including tandoori specials, rice dishes, and curries, served under luminous chandeliers in a roomy dining area. Aloo naan ($2.65) vies with 11 other types of savory bread to leap into toasty table baskets, shielding its spiced-mashed-potato filling in a savory shell. Diners can kindle taste buds with morsels of tandoori chicken ($10.99) roasted in a clay oven, whose tart dressings of yogurt marinade, spices, and lemon juice render them slick enough to avoid parting jabs from the tandoori fish's skewered swordfish bites ($14.99). Curried lamb lies on a bed of rice in the lamb biryani ($13.99), and the paneer shahi korma ($11.50) blends house-made cheese with nuts, cream, and herbs. Patrons can tailor their meals to suit both sensitive and volcano-forged palates with mild, medium, or spicy variants.
New India Restaurant
Inside New India Restaurant, chandeliers illuminate plates of enticing Indian fare dusted with spices and herbs, lighting up taste buds with anticipation. Around the dining room, guests dig in to cuts of chicken roasted in a tandoori oven, chick peas tempered with ginger, and thali, a traditional Indian meal of lamb curry and chicken pakora served on a silver platter.