Indian food is typically served with naan, a flatbread that some people refer to as "pizza if it didn't have all those gross toppings." Try a slice with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of Indian cuisine for dinner
- $49 for $100 worth of catered Indian cuisine
The dine-in menu features crispy puffed puris with potatoes and black beans ($7.95), chutney chicken with fresh mint, cilantro, and yogurt ($16), and shrimp Molly in a tangy coconut-based sauce ($24).
The catering menu features a variety of freshly made appetizers, breads, and specialties such as lamb samosas and fresh vegetable curry. Catered meals average from $20 to $60 per person; $100 worth of catering would feed a party of four or five.
At Origin India, even the most traditional dishes undergo an upscale transformation. For instance, naan—the otherwise ordinary staple of Indian cuisine—transcends its origins with wild mushrooms and truffle oil or sweet apricot and raisins. The restaurant’s innovative updates on authentic Indian dishes have drawn media attention from the likes of Rachael Ray, who described the cuisine as "evolved Indian food" on an episode of Rachael’s Vacation.
To complement the feasts, the restaurant's master sommelier curates a wine list composed of nearly four dozen vintages from France, Chile, Australia, and Italy. Like the cuisine, Origin India's dining-room decor blends the traditional and the modern, with rich tapestries and pointed arches adding a cultural flair to the sleek leather-backed chairs.
What some people are buzzing about:
88% of 456 customers recommend
“Great selection. Yummy!”
“This is a must go kind of place! Fabulous food and great atmosphere!!”
“The tandoori chicken was so good! The service was quick & friendly. We're going to try their lubch buffet so we can sample other dished, then when we return we will...”
“The tandoori chicken was so good! The service was quick & friendly. We're going to try their lubch buffet so we can sample other dished, then when we return we will have a better knowledge of the cuisine. Indian is a new favorite, so yummy!”