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Reviewed November 9, 2013
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What You'll Get
Making a good sandwich, like removing a child’s head from between stair balusters, requires delicate handling and a lot of mayonnaise. Marvel at skilled condiment usage with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $12 for custom sandwiches or plates for two (up to a $24 value)
- $22 for sandwiches or plates for four (up to a $48 value)
$49 for a catered party tray for 10 with free delivery inside 3 miles of zip code 46220 (up to a $100 value). The 10 person tray includes:
- Three pounds of meat
- Three sides
Pita bread for 10 sandwiches<p>
- $99 for a catered party tray for 20 with free delivery inside 3 miles of zip code 46220 (up to a $200 value). The 20 person tray doubles the amounts of the 10 person tray.
With helpful recommendations from the chef, guests build their own sandwiches ($8) or Moroccan platters ($12) with hormone-free meats and fresh ingredients and spices, such as char-grilled tilapia, cucumber-yogurt sauce, chickpeas, and capers. Catering customers can stock their celebrations with meats and sides of their choice, along with a salad and pita bread.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Pre-order required for catering options. Sandwich/plate options valid for dine-in only. Extra fee for delivery outside 3 mi of 46220. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
When Anass Sentissi, chef and owner of downtown Indy's Saffron Café, opened the doors to his new quick-eats spot in Broad Ripple, guests lined up to taste the bocadillos (sandwiches), salads, and other made-to-order Moroccan fare. Indianapolis Monthly described the eatery's decor of ruby-red walls and punched-tin lanterns as "oh-so-welcoming," urging guests to "stick with the chef's recommendations" to take full advantage of the build-it-yourself sandwich menu.
Sentissi, whose years of restaurant experience and secret family recipes earned his food a spot on Indy Style in 2010, helps guests navigate options such as shawarma and Moroccan tuna salad with radishes as they create sandwiches, salads, and platters. Harissa, a spicy red chili sauce, and charmoula, a zesty cilantro pesto, are some of the traditional sauces and dressings that give Poccadio's dishes their signature flavors, making for lunch options that are healthy, fast, and build vocabulary.