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What You'll Get
Trapped in a redundant culinary routine, tongues will try to reinvent themselves by growing ironic facial hair, buying a Harley, or trying to get the epiglottal folk band back together. Stave off your mouth's impending midlife crisis with today's Groupon for fine Indian cuisine at The Mughal Garden on North Charles Street. Choose between the following two options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of dinner fare.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of lunch fare or weekend brunch fare.
The Mughal Garden fuses classic Indian recipes with fresh local ingredients to create a vivid panoply of tongue-tincturing flavors. Using traditional and modern Indian cooking methods, Mughal's recipe wranglers craft a menu of Indian and Indo-Chinese culinary delights, as well as à la carte offerings that change with the seasons, much like couture pencil trends. Break off your torrid affair with breakfast and rush into the arms of the weekday lunch buffet ($8.95), a host of 25 delectable dishes, including herbivorous and carnivorous appetizers , myriad kebabs, flavorful tandoori chicken, classic chicken tikka masala, and much more. Dinner diners can begin ingestion sequences with an order of vegetable samosas ($4) or a cheery plate of chaat papri, homemade wheat chips with diced potatoes and chickpeas smothered with whipped yogurt and tangy tamarind sauce ($4.50). Move on to spiced and charcoal-flamed tandoori lobster ($19.95), or sing of tastes that never end with a plate of lamb chops ($17.95), tender slices that take intensive flavor classes in a yogurt, ginger, garlic, and herb marinade before studying abroad in a charcoal clay oven.
To cap off the mealsperience, sing the praises of a sweet tooth with the gulab jamun, cottage-cheese balls dipped in honey-rose syrup ($3.99), or sip a piping hot glass of masala tea ($2.50) while you settle a thumb-wrestling grudge with a high-school sweetheart.
Mughal Garden has been reviewed in the Baltimore City Paper, and Zagat gives the food at Mughal Garden a 20. Fourteen Yelpers give Mughal Garden an average of 3.5 stars. TripAdvisors give Mughal Garden an average of 3.5 owl eyes.
- When we’re hankering for a big mess of delicious Indian food at lunchtime Mughal is the only choice. Its lunch buffet offers a wider variety of options and plenty of seating. - Anna Ditkoff, Baltimore City Paper
- The best Indian food I've found so far. Leaves a glowing warm feeling in your tummy! - LindaP4108, Zagat
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 6 or more. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nepal House Restaurant and Bar
The cooks at Nepal House Restaurant and Bar keep an all-seeing eye on evolving culinary culture, spicing up their traditional, authentic Indian fare with contemporary twists. The lunch buffet, served Monday–Friday, satiates bottomless appetites, and the à la carte menus change lineups regularly to accommodate seasonal availability. Whether classic options like chicken korma and lamb vindaloo or Nepali specialties like the chicken-based newari kahji, options abound at this cozy spot. For special events, the six-course Nepal House Feast splits dinner into equal appetizing parts. The restaurant offers many dining options, hosting dine-in service, delivery, catering, and carryout.