As a culinary palindrome, naan tastes the same backward as it does forward, like the bananab or a Toyota. Take a bite in every direction with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Southeast Asian fare at Bismillah Kabob-N-Curry.
Bismillah Kabob-N-Curry’s culinary mavens furnish mouths with the diverse flavorscape of Southeast Asia and its authentic Pakistani dishes prepared with 100% zabiha halal meat and free-range fowl. An order of fluffy falafel warms up masticating muscles ($5.99 for four) before they tongue tackle tandoor-baked kabobs such as the mixed tandoori platter’s skewered amalgamation of tandoori chicken, chicken tikka, beef tikka kebab, and seekh kebab ($13.99), or marinated lamb tandoori chops slathered in barbecue just like the sock puppet of a meat juggler ($15.99). Those in the mood for liquiform fare can pillage the catalog of curries, including a vegetable jalfrezi that flaunts a flavorsome blend of mixed veggies and Indian spices ($8.99). The fish hara massala, a house specialty of pan-fried pampano anointed in herbs and spices, lends eaters a taste of Southeast Asia's coastal region without having to suck on a salty sea horse ($14.99). Bismillah Kabob-N-Curry also offers a separate lunch-friendly menu of beef and chicken burgers, kebab wraps, and quesadillas, as well as a Chinese cuisine menu.
Indian Express Restaurant San Diego
The flavors of South Asia sing at Indian Express, where Moghlai meals incorporate flavors from all over the region. In addition to kebabs and curries, chefs transform ingredients—spices, fresh produce, and organic halal meat—into satisfying, internationally-informed meals. Freshness is a common theme among lunches and dinners, which include authentic Indian dishes, vegetarian and meat curries, and biryani. Tandoori kebabs combine the flavors of a traditional clay oven along with the easy-to-throw, aerodynamics nature of a kebab.
5450 Clairemount Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, California 92117Get Directions