Without the plate-cleaning capabilities of naan, diners would wander the streets covered in embarrassing tikka masala mustaches and false eyelashes made of rice. Maintain curry-free complexions with today's Groupon to Origin India. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of modern Indian dinner cuisine.
- For $12, you get $25 worth of modern Indian lunch cuisine.
Executive chef Kuldeep Singh reinvents regional Indian cuisine with a menu of family-style dishes and contemporary takes on classics, earning the restaurant a place in the Las Vegas Review-Journal ’s Top 10 Restaurants of 2009. From 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., dinner entrees of roasted wild Atlantic black cod splash through pickling spices, before joining organic apple fennel salad and roasted beetroot under a cod vinaigrette ($25), while taste buds relive trips to Rajasthan with miniature slideshows and family-style lamb curry ($16). Groupon holders who dine during lunch can sample from the buffet or introduce forks to vegetarian aloo gobi ($11 for a main, $7 for a side) or chicken makhani, tender tandoori chicken floating along a creamy tomato sauce-paved plate ($12.95). Wild mushroom and truffle oil naan ($4) selflessly dives into steaming dishes, prepared according to the diner's spice preference and ability to dunk a basketball. Mixologist Josef Letasi combines fresh juices and spices in signature cocktails and treats deserving stemware to rare imported beers and wines.