India Kitchen

Manchester

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Chefs follow regional Indian recipes with imported ingredients & clay oven to compose all-you-can-eat buffet & entrees like tandoori shrimp

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Known for its spices, Indian fare jolts the taste buds in a manner that kissing an electrical socket could never match. Enjoy shockingly good cuisine with today’s Groupon to India Kitchen in Manchester. Choose between the following options:

  • For $15, you get $30 worth of Indian fare and drinks Monday–Thursday.
  • For $15, you get $30 worth of Indian fare and drinks Friday–Sunday.

India Kitchen—deemed Hartford County’s Best Indian Restaurant in 2011 by readers of Connecticut Magazine—piles family-style offerings from North and South India onto its menu, concocting entrees with imported ingredients and an authentic tandoor oven. Patrons can play games of solitaire with 11 types of traditional bread offerings, such as the raisin- and nut-filled khandari kulcha ($3.95). Jumbo shrimp slip into robes of lemon juice, yogurt, and spices before sizzling in the clay oven, only to emerge as tandoori shrimp ($15.95) or, in rare cases, a single giant shrimp with crime-fighting ambitions and mastery over fire. The chicken chutneywala surrounds poultry morsels with tangy pools of curried mango and mint sauce ($12.95), whereas cashew-and-almond sauce varnishes vegetable-and -cheese dumplings in the vegetarian malai kofta entree ($11.95). Guests can rifle through an unlimited array of zesty recipes at the all-you-can-eat lunch buffet and adjust the intensity of their ordered eats by submitting spiciness requests or turning the knob under their tongues from “sensitive” to “flame resistant” to “capable of licking the sun.”

India Kitchen

India Kitchen—deemed Hartford County's Best Indian Restaurant in 2011 by readers of Connecticut Magazine—piles family-style offerings from North and South India onto its menu, concocting entrees with imported ingredients and an authentic tandoor oven. Patrons can play games of solitaire with 11 types of traditional breads, such as the raisin- and nut-filled khandari kulcha ($3.95). Jumbo shrimp slip into robes of lemon juice, yogurt, and spices before sizzling in the clay oven, only to emerge as tandoori shrimp ($15.95) or, in rare cases, a single giant shrimp with crime-fighting ambitions and mastery over fire. The chicken chutney wala surrounds poultry morsels with tangy pools of curried mango and mint sauce ($12.95), whereas cashew-and-almond sauce varnishes vegetable-and-cheese dumplings in the vegetarian malai kofta ($11.95).

In addition to its classic menu offerings, India Kitchen hosts a daily all-you-can-eat lunch buffet seven days a week as well as a Wednesday and Sunday night dinner buffet. Featuring a catering menu for larger groups, the restaurant's chefs portion out party-sized servings from a limited menu that includes naan ($32+) and vegetable biryani ($40+). For heartier mealtimes, they also simmer orders of lamb or fish curry ($90) that can either feed 30–40 people or one insatiable garbage disposal.

Customer Reviews

Great food and the staff was very nice and helpful!
Scott R. · July 8, 2012
Delicious food!
Melissa P. · January 1, 2012
Both times ate from the buffet and liked it very much.
Derrick B. · January 1, 2012

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