Although Columbus famously “discovered” India by landing at Lexington and Concord and proudly ringing the Liberty Bell, the actual location of India remains a mystery. Explore the best lead the world has had in centuries with today’s Groupon to The Jaipur. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Indian cuisine and house-brewed beer for dinner.
- For $8, you get $16 worth of Indian cuisine and house-brewed beer for lunch.<p>
The Jaipur complements its menu of made-daily Indian-fusion dishes with beers crafted at its two-barrel in-house brewery. Customers can commence feasts with a hunk of whole-wheat buttered bread stuffed with succulent pieces of spiced diced shrimp ($4.95) while a tandoor oven simmers mains such as the boneless tuna fillet ($9.95). As a cauliflower-and-potato curry ($13.95) thaws tongues frozen from making out with flagpoles, green beans on a bed of rice, almonds, and raisins await their journey into diners’ mouthscapes. Brewed with malted barley and fresh hops, The Jaipur’s homemade beer, such as its IPA or jalapeño ale, accents the restaurant’s cuisine with its refreshing taste and docile disposition.
The Jaipur’s kitchen originally opened its doors back in 1992, and since then it’s finely tuned a vast menu of Northern Indian cuisine. To boot, since 1999, it’s also presented a selection of American fusion dishes. In the deep-purple dining room, rendered beautiful by sprawling murals, the staff serves the chef’s specials. This specialty selection of fusion plates includes indian crab cakes in a yogurt and sour-cream sauce, as well as grilled lamb sirloin cooked with a flavorful spice rub and served with roasted-tomato chutney. The in-house brewery crafts a variety of beers to complement the cuisine, including jalapeño ale, an IPA, and a nut-brown ale. Additionally, The Jaipur offers 23 wines by the glass and more than 180 wines by the bottle, enough bottles of wine to make the Sahara a fruity swimming pool.