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What You'll Get
Teleportation and hopeful heel-clicking are efficient methods of local travel, but tend to malfunction over international waters. Taste long-distance flavors without any holdups with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of authentic Bangladeshi and Indian cuisine at Jewel of India on Lark.
Filling barking bellies with authentic Indian and Bangladeshi dishes, Jewel of India’s flavor wranglers present guests with a vast menu of tasty fare. Nibblers can cut the ribbon on a feast with a choice of assorted mini meals, including singara pakoras ($2.99) and papadams ($1.99). Historically used for toasting s’mores and destroying old bank statements, the tandoori clay oven is utilized for firing such specialties as the boti kabob that boasts marinated and seasoned leg of lamb and comes in a choice of spice levels ($10.99). Succulent boneless chicken and a rich curry sauce snuggle in a cozy pastry cave to form the edible duo of morag dumpakht ($12.99), and a bevy of savory vegetarian dishes, such as the cheesy paneer tikka masala ($9.99) pleases the palate and satisfies cravings for blown minds. Bold hues of red and gold throughout the eatery, paired with dark wood accents, are highlighted by the sweetness of a gulab jamun dessert of fried milk spheres delicately swathed in honey sauce ($2.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Not valid for buffet. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jewel of India on Lark
Filling barking bellies with authentic Indian dishes, chefs at Jewel of India on Lark present guests with a vast, award-winning menu of tasty fare. The many meat dishes are made exclusively with halal ingredients, while a bevy of savory vegetarian dishes, such as the cheesy paneer tikka masala, satisfies meat-free appetites. Lunchtime visitors find a buffet every day. Historically used for toasting s’mores and destroying old bank statements, the tandoor (a clay oven) is utilized for firing such specialties as the boti kebab that boasts marinated and seasoned leg of lamb and comes in a choice of spice levels. The restaurant's variety, authenticity, and deliciousness has earned it two consecutive awards from Metroland.