Ethnic restaurants provide a taste of variety for everyone not lucky enough to travel frequently or secretly live in the United Nations food court. Have a far-flung feast with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for dinner for two, which includes one appetizer, two entrees, one order of rice, one order of naan, and two drinks (up to $79.25 value)
- $48 for dinner for four, which includes two appetizers, four entrees, two orders of rice, two orders of naan, and four drinks (up to $158.50 value)
Choose dishes from an expansive menu of halal Indian classics and contemporary dishes.
Using halal meats and imported Indian ingredients, chefs in Mumbai Grill's kitchen prepare iconic dishes from regions throughout the South Asian subcontinent. The result is a menu of accessible comfort foods for virtually any palate. The bhajias—crispy vegetable fritters served with chutneys—even earned a spot on a Village Voice list of the 10 Best Incredibly Cheap Eats in New York.
Pick a Region
|Northern India||Southern India||Indo-Chinese Border|
|Tandoori chicken marinates in yogurt and spices before roasting inside its namesake clay oven.||Beginning with a rice and lentil crepe, chefs make masala dosas by adding a filling of seasoned potatoes, onions, and nuts.||Fresh chilies, onion, garlic, and soy sauce lend a kick to cubes of homemade cottage cheese, creating the chili paneer.|
A Spacious Setting
If the high ceilings don't cause necks to crane skyward, then the massive murals will. The room-length paintings depict men and women in traditional Indian garb, performing everyday chores and activities. Iconic landmarks stand out in the background, such as the Taj Mahal and its famous ornamental fountains of tamarind chutney.
75% of 126 customers recommend
“Great food, and great service.”
“The service was excellent and the waiter explained many unfamiliar dishes.”
“While we enjoyed menu selections for dinner, the buffet available looked inviting, wide-ranging, and generous. A good option for neophytes (like us) to Indian cuisine.”