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What You'll Get
For many people, cooking Indian food is as mysterious as ancient pyramids, deep-sea exploration, and learning how to efficiently unfold a sleeper sofa. Experience culinary wonders with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get $24 worth of Indian cuisine at Delhi Kabab House.
Dehli Kabab House serves up a menu of authentic North Indian home-style dishes, all cooked fresh to order. Diners can kick off meals with a classic ($1.95) or masala ($2.95) chai while giddily anticipating chola chaat, an chickpea appetizer served with yogurt as well as mint and tamarind chutneys ($5.95). Paneer tikka masala presents cubes of Indian-style cheese in savory tomato curry ($12.95); wok-cooked chicken karahi arrives along with tomatoes, onions, and green chilies ($13.95). Customers can select the level of spiciness from mild to medium to taste-bud-obliterating, for the chicken or beef seekh kabab ($12.95). The eatery's soft lighting and handmade art hanging on amber walls fosters an elegant, peaceful dining experience. Guests ages 18 and older can enjoy traditional hookah in 56 flavors ($14.95–$18.95). Picks range from classic mint and rose to more exotic blends, such as masala chai and Miami Vice, known to inspire partakers to don sunglasses and a pastel suit.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Delhi Kabab House
Boneless chicken doused in a buttery cream sauce. Skewered minced-meat kebabs fresh from the tandoor oven. Spinach soaked in a creamy, spicy curry. Led by head chef Syed M. Ahmad, the culinary team at Delhi Kabab House specializes in these North Indian homestyle dishes, which they whip up fresh to order. With handmade art adorning its amber walls, the eatery's softly lit dining room hosts each vegetarian and meat-laden meal. After feasts, guests 18 or older can savor more than 50 flavors of hookah tobacco, such as hazelnut, blueberry pancakes, and even one called Scooby Snax, which visitors presumably receive after they unmask the ghost haunting the tandoor.