Dining out means not having to look up dinner recipes at work, allowing you to get back to what you’re there to do: defend your edits of the Event Horizon Wikipedia page. Explore the outer reaches of dining with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one appetizer, two entrees, one dessert, and one bottle of wine (up to a $105.85 value)
- $89 for two appetizers, four entrees, two desserts, and two bottles of wine (a $211.70 value)<p>
On the menu, appetizer options (up to a $12.95 value each) include tatouka shrimp with olives and artichoke hearts and bastilla, honeyed phyllo dough stuffed with chicken and cinnamon roasted olives. Possible entrees (up to a $26.95 value each) include lamb kababs; almond chicken tajine, a stew with onions and raisins in saffron sauce; and ahi tuna with charmoula. House-made dessert options (up to an $11 value each) include tiramisu and baklava, and available wines (up to a $28 value per bottle) include pinot noir, merlot, shiraz, cabernet, pinot grigio, and chardonnay.
Lauded by tastemakers in publications ranging from the Indianapolis Star and NUVO to Indianapolis Monthly, Saffron Cafe is the place where chef Anas Sentissi conjures the rich stews, kebabs, and paellas of his native Morocco. As diners sip glasses from the wine list and try to decode the messages hidden in the intricate mosaic tiling, chefs marinate chicken, lamb, and fish for kebabs or get cornish-hen tagines simmering in their ceramic pots. In addition to Middle Eastern favorites such as falafel and shawarma gyros, they whip up Mediterranean specialties such as chicken marsala and fettucini alfredo with a twist of their namesake spice.
95% of 909 customers recommend
“Everything is great!!”
“Great food & service. Love the colorful building!”
“Excellent service. Annie took care of us and she was such a nice person. The food was delicious. Generous servings. We enjoyed a couple Morrocan wines. It...”
“Excellent service. Annie took care of us and she was such a nice person. The food was delicious. Generous servings. We enjoyed a couple Morrocan wines. It was a dining experience that lasted several hours, just like a good meal should last.”