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What You'll Get
Indian chefs must carefully calibrate spice levels in every dish to avoid blowing out palates or freezing taste buds in carbonite. Savor the prudent use of seasoning with today's Groupon: for $11, you get $22 worth of authentic Indian cuisine and drinks at Jewel of India Restaurant.
Jewel of India Restaurant's chefs prepare lunch and dinner menus of authentic Indian cuisine that cover a large range of regional recipes. An extensive spread of curries, such as the mango curry with prawns ($12.95–$13.95) and the vegan pakora curry ($8.95–$10.95), arrive prepared to spice preferences, from extra mild to infused with actual flames. The vegetable biryani ($8.95–$11.95) spices a hill of mughalai rice with saffron, nuts, and raisins, and chicken saag ($8.95–$10.95) decorates plates with succulent, creamy spinach sauce. Superheated air inside a clay tandoor oven bakes rich flavors into yogurt-marinated chicken ($9.95–$11.95 for a half order) and plumps up sides of naan ($1.95) pillowy enough for a tabletop nap. The eatery fills glasses with domestic and Indian beers as well as an assortment of Robert Mondavi Woodbridge wines ($3.95/glass).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid with any other offers, promotions, or happy hour specials. Not valid for lunch buffet. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jewel of India
The cuisine of India varies greatly from region to region, yet the chefs at Jewel of India are familiar with it all. They cull inspiration from every corner of the diverse nation, with the resulting menu including sundry vegetarian selections, chicken and lamb curries, tandoori fish, and baked-to-order naan, paratha, and roti breads. Diners may sample a whole swath of dishes by stopping by the lunch buffet, which is just as colorful—and even more thrilling to eat—as the framed Indian artwork lining the restaurant’s walls.