Guru Palace

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Mughlai–style, northern-Indian dishes including tandoori, rich curries & warm baked naan served beneath mural of Taj Mahal

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Promotional value expires Nov 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Not valid for lunch buffet. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The growth of India's economy owed much to the country's position along the famous Silk Road, which was exactly what it sounds like—a canal for transporting rocks. Taste what trade made with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine

The menu includes vegetable pakora ($4.99) and chicken masala with diced tomatoes ($10.99). Tandoori lamb boti kebab with onion, ginger, and garlic ($12.99) steams beside shrimp steeped in the flavors of fenugreek, coriander, red chili, turmeric, and cumin ($13.99).

Guru Palace

The bar’s hanging lights glow like down-turned tulips against cobalt walls. A plush corner nook invites lingering with low-slung tables and vibrant throw pillows. Peeking through the lattice of Guru Palace’s decorative blue dividers, patrons can catch an eyeful of the restaurant’s centerpiece, a sprawling wall mural of the Taj Mahal.

Surrounded by decor that the Phoenix New Times called “a deliberate antidote to the sameness that sometimes pervades local retail complexes,” patrons tuck into a menu of traditional Indian dishes. The paper also named Guru Palace Best Indian Restaurant of 2010, lauding foods baked in a traditional tandoori oven and a wide range of vegetarian options. The chefs at the eatery specialize in Mughlai cooking, and the dining room’s burgundy tablecloths crowd daily with fish and lamb entrees infused with ginger, cumin, and red chili. Warm], baked naan breads and samosas sop up sauce, and bottles of wine can raise spirits after the realization that a vehicle’s owner’s manual says nothing about driving underwater.

Guru Palace Cusine of India

The bar’s hanging lights glow like down-turned tulips against cobalt walls. A plush corner nook invites lingering with low-slung tables and vibrant throw pillows. Peeking through the lattice of Guru Palace Cusine of India’s decorative blue dividers, patrons can catch an eyeful of the restaurant’s centerpiece, a sprawling wall mural of the Taj Mahal.

Surrounded by decor that the Phoenix New Times called “a deliberate antidote to the sameness that sometimes pervades local retail complexes,” patrons tuck into a menu of traditional Indian dishes. The paper also named Guru Palace Cusine of India Best Indian Restaurant of 2010, lauding foods baked in a traditional tandoori oven and a wide range of vegetarian options. The chefs at the eatery specialize in Mughlai cooking, and the dining room’s burgundy tablecloths crowd daily with fish and lamb entrees infused with ginger, cumin, and red chili. Warm], baked naan breads and samosas sop up sauce, and bottles of wine can raise spirits after the realization that a vehicle’s owner’s manual says nothing about driving underwater.

Customer Reviews

Great and friendly staff. Consistent quality food unlike many other Indian restaurants.
Nandita R. · July 1, 2013
Looking forward to returning. Owner very hospitable. Food excellent.
Marissa B. · February 12, 2013
We all enjoyed it
Barbara S. · January 14, 2013
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    Mesa

    2048 E BASELINE RD

    MESA, AZ 85204

    +14805589300

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