What You'll Get
Eating international foods introduces tongues to flavors from other cultures without forcing them to lick travel brochures at the airport. Widen your cultural horizons with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of groceries at Mustafa Asian & Middle Eastern Grocery. Today’s Groupon is not valid toward for alcohol, fish, or meat-market purchases.
Mustafa breaks shoppers' ramen ruts with an extensive selection of authentic Asian and Middle Eastern grocery items, fresh produce, and spices. Pick up a bag of swad besan ($4.99 for four lbs.), a chickpea-based gram flour used in Indian cooking, and concoct onion bhajjis, vegetable pakoras, and other savory bakeables in your home kitchen or zero-G space oven. Additionally, a passel of spices such as tamarind ($0.99+) sprinkle the store's shelves, swimming flavor backstrokes next to fresh produce such as ripe tomatoes ($.50/lb.) and ziyad olives ($6.99 for three lbs.). While perusing the aisles, customers can consult knowledgeable staff members about whether a certain eggplant is ripe or how to juggle multiple pieces of naan with one hand behind your back.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 07/17/11. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. In-store only. Not valid for meat market, any meat or fish purchases. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mustafa Restaurant
As an arm of the popular Mustafa Asian & Middle Eastern Grocery, Mustafa Restaurant plies patrons with deliciously authentic dishes of South Asian cuisine from all regions of the subcontinent. Siblings Syed Riyaz Siddiqui and Mohammed Fayaz charm visitors with an expansive bill of fare filled with nutty roasted basmati rice, tender hyderabadi chicken curry, and sweet, creamy Indian yogurt desserts. The menu takes visitors on a culinary journey of India and Pakistan, from the stir-fried noodle dishes that originate from Kolkata's Chinatown to the paper-thin dosas and gram flour donuts that grow from the trees of South India.
As guests savor the spices and fragrances of goan fish curry or fluffy, buttery naan, an elegant atmosphere envelops them. Beaded crimson cloth and sheer white curtains frame a room full of velvety pillows, embroidered wall decorations, and a buffet full of curries, basmati rice, and desserts.