Although Christopher Columbus claimed he was searching for a sea route to India when he embarked on his famous voyage, his crew knew he was simply hankering for a fresh slice of naan. Guide taste buds to a world of flavor with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$34 for a prix fixe Indian fusion dinner for two (up to a $68 total value)
- One appetizer of onion bhaji tempura bites or chicken fritters (up to an $8 value)
- Two servings of the soup of the day or two goat-cheese salads (up to an $8 value each)
- Two entrees (up to a $22 value each)<p>
$62 for a prix fixe Indian fusion dinner for four (up to a $136 total value) * Two appetizers of onion bhaji tempura bites or chicken fritters (up to an $8 value each) * Four servings of the soup of the day or four goat-cheese salads (up to an $8 value each) * Four entrees (up to a $22 value each)<p>
$10 for $25 worth of hookah<p>
Dinners begin with onion bhaji tempura bites or flash-fried fritters made from chicken tossed in a mint and tamarind glaze, followed by the soup of the day or a goat-cheese salad made with organic greens. Entrees include herb-rubbed tandoori chicken and the fusion lamb sloppy joe stocked full of onion bhaji and vindaloo-aioli tapenade.<p>
The Korma Sutra’s expansive hookah menu offers fully herbal, tobacco- and nicotine-free shisha in flavors such as double apple ($25), mocha ($25), and grape passionfruit lychee ($25). Hookah is available at lunch on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, and every day at dinner.<p>
The Korma Sutra
The Korma Sutra’s chefs build elegant traditional and fusion-style meals from South Asian spices and small batches of fresh ingredients. Sweet and spicy flavors converge in a range of homemade pickles and chutneys, which include candied jalapeños, medleys of carrots, and chili peppers. Like a debate team made entirely of dragons, a traditional tandoori oven uses the power of hot air and flames, sealing in flavors as it cooks meat and from-scratch flatbreads. Unexpected French influences enrich several dishes, such as the chevre- and brie-stuffed chicken roulade and a chicken tikka served on herb brioche. Traditionalists can indulge in classic Indian specialties such as creamy spinach saag and cashew-studded korma that can be customized with seven types of protein, including tilapia, goat, and lamb. Upon request, the kitchen tailors meals for vegans, gluten-free diners, and bamboo-dependent panda dignitaries.
706 Main St.
Houston, Texas 77002