Though India and Indiana are roughly the same word, their cuisine offerings are worlds apart. Find out the difference two letters makes with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Indian dinner fare and drinks at Little India Restaurant & Bar. Choose from the following Little India locations:
- South Teller Street in Belmar
- East 6th Avenue and Grant Street
- Champa Street downtown
- South Downing near University of Denver
Little India offers a menu brimming with a diverse selection of traditional Indian dishes. Ignite ingestion with a Punjabi samosa, a mishmash of mashed potatoes and peas cradled gently in the arms of a loving, crispy deep-fried pastry ($5.99), before planning your strategy of attack for the tandoori mixed grill, an eclectic assortment of chicken, lamb, fish, and shrimp lying regally on a sizzling carriage of onions ($18.99). The saag paneer satisfies vegetarians with chunks of cheese cooked in creamy spinach ($10.99), and the lamb curry utilizes the power of curry spices, onion, garlic, and ginger to reanimate dormant taste buds with the urgency of savory lava ($14.99). Specialty dishes include lamb jalfrazie, a marinated lamb jazzed up with fresh ground spices and mixed vegetables ($14.99), and classic butter chicken simmered in a homemade butter sauce ($13.99).
Warm lighting, vibrant Indian artwork, and a fully stocked bar create an inviting and modern atmosphere akin to a bubble-bath screensaver. Allow the sound bytes of authentic Indian beats to swirl gently around you as you wash spicy bites down with expertly crafted elixirs at Little India.
This offer is not valid for the lunch buffet; dine-in only.
Yelpers give the 6th Avenue and Downing Street Little India locations an average of four stars, while reviewers give the Champa Street location an average of three stars. Citysearchers award the 6th Avenue location an average of 4.5 stars, and more than 600 Facebookers are fans of the business: > * I love the food at Little India. All the items on the menu have just a wonderful flavor to them. Plus, everytime I go there, I have a great time. This is a great gem in Denver. – Angi N. F., Facebook > * My favorite thing about living in Denver may just be how close I am to this restaurant. Their chicken tikka masala and saag paneer are terrific! What else can I say? I love the food here. – laurasiasaur on the 6th Avenue location, Citysearch
Little India Restaurant
At Little India Restaurant, authenticity permeates the food, art, and music. Owned by the Baidwan and Malhotra families and staffed with northern India–trained chefs, the restaurant is a multiyear winner of numerous prizes, including CityVoter's award for Best Indian cuisine. Chefs grill meats over mesquite charcoal in the tandoori oven, and season curries with onion, garlic, and ginger. Handcrafted mint-cilantro and tamarind chutneys create opportunities for 11 types of bread to sneak toward unsuspecting droplets of spice-filled sauce, whereas potatoes soften the heat quotient of fiery vindaloos. Within the dining room, calming sitar music fills the air and larger-than-life paintings of food-based revelry decorate the walls and come to life at tables.