Indian Cuisine for Two, Four, or Takeout and delivery from Feast of India (Up to 45% Off)

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Customer Reviews

66 Ratings

The food was good. I didn't like the seek kebabs but my son did. The butter chicken was good and the Madras dish was spicy and awesome. We also ordered a sweet naan which we all liked. Though the restaurant was a bit pricy but the quality of some of the dishes were great
Ian C. · September 22, 2015
Good food and friendly stuff.
Wei L. · September 12, 2015
Great food, and always delicious. Awesome value. The chef is great at what he does. Two thumbs way up.
Terry · September 8, 2015

What You'll Get

Choose from Three Options

  • C$17 for C$30 towards Food and Drinks for Two
  • C$33 for C$60 towards Food and Drinks for Four (C$60 value)
  • C$18 for C$30 towards Food and Drinks for Take-out and Delivery (C$30 value)

Ghee: The Benefits Are Clear

Ghee is what makes so many of India’s delicious dishes so rich and buttery. Learn how with Groupon’s exploration.

Ghee doesn’t contain anything that’s not in your average stick of butter, but its properties seem downright magical. It’s shelf stable, it can take about 150 more degrees Fahrenheit of heat than butter before burning, and it pours readily. The trick to turning butter into ghee is simple, though it requires some sustained attention. Just bring the butter up to boiling heat for a long period of time, and watch as its sugars and proteins separate from the translucent fats in the heat. After a pass through a cheesecloth or a filter, you’re left with a golden liquid that’s pure fat, containing no dairy sugars to make it burn or go bad. In India, ghee is typically made with cultured butter—that is, butter churned from cream that has been thickened overnight into a substance much like sour cream. In the kitchen, it’s commonly drizzled on naan or other flatbreads, or used to sauté meats and veggies.

Though it may seem odd to think of butter as medicine, ghee has an established place in the Ayurvedic healing tradition. It’s often used as a medium for other beneficial substances, and on its own, it’s been touted as a remedy for conditions ranging from poor digestion to fever and has even been said to bolster memory, especially memory of how much you enjoy butter.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Delivery eligible within 10 kilometer radius of AB T2C 3C4. Cannot be combined with other offers or promotions. Not valid towards buffet. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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