Indian cuisine spans a range of flavors: from the spicy taste of vindaloo to the mild taste of rice pudding to the supermild taste of a folded napkin you put all the way in your mouth. Taste real Indian food with this Groupon.
Choose between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Indian cuisine for two
- $30 for $60 worth of Indian cuisine for four
The menu includes traditional and contemporary Indian cuisine, such as a cheeseburger samosa with crispy pastry and mild cheddar ($6) and lamb vindaloo with vinegar and goan spices ($14). Slabs of homemade cheese grow soft in bowls of saag paneer with fresh pureed spinach ($10) alongside rara chicken ($13), traditionally draped with a masala gravy infused with such spices as cardamom and garlic.
Filmi Dhaba's name draws from two touchstones of modern Indian culture: filmi⎯referring to the flashy musical number and A-list stars of Indian cinema, and dhaba⎯the term for a small local eateries that dot the highways of the subcontinent. The restaurant bursts at the seams both with the complex scents of Indian spices and the flashiness of Bollywood. To contribute to the latter, there’s a cavalcade of visiting Indian celebrities, posing for publicity photos as they sip single-malt scotch.
The bill of fare fuses diverse traditions from across India, as well as modern and traditional influences, with jalapeño onion rings and cheeseburger samosas sharing table space with Kashmiri lamb rogan josh and wok-fried hakka noodles. In the kitchen, cooks strain creamy homemade cheese for paneer and simmer spicy South Indian chicken curries. All that food is bound for the earthy-toned main dining area or the low-lit Bombay Club. In that buzzing lounge, glasses of tropical cocktails click gently together like sleepy bumper cars amid black leather couches.
74% of 293 customers recommend
“New management - heard a lot of bad things about them before, but my experience was great. Would definitely recommend.”
“Keep up the good work and maintain consistent quality foods.”
“Nice place for family dinners.”