Eating is necessary for survival, just like sleeping or carving yourself companions out of large pieces of wood. Don’t just survive—thrive with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $25 worth of Indian and American food for dinner
- $149 for banquet room rental for up to four hours (a $400 value)
The dinner menu includes spiced tilapia with cucumber-yogurt relish ($16.99), lamb biryani with basmati rice ($14.95), and cilantro-seared salmon with ginger-coconut broth ($21.99). The banquet room can hold up to 200 guests for meetings or celebrations. Red Dot can cater events for an additional fee not included with this Groupon.
Red Dot Cuisine
At Red Dot Cuisine, crabmeat cocktails garnished with mango caviar arrive at tables with an unexpected twist: the cocktail glass serves as the top of a mini fish bowl, with an actual goldfish inside doing laps. It's just one of the creative touches that make Red Dot's upscale bistro into a dining experience. The bar, lunch, and dinner menus combine Indian and American cuisine elements, yielding dishes such as the tandoori turkey panini with cranberry-flavored mayo. Specialty cocktails such as lychee martinis and tamarind mojitos complement meals, and an eclectic roster of desserts includes raspberry chocolate cake and fried Oreos with Shiner Bock ice cream.
78% of 278 customers recommend
“Unlike many Indian restaurants, it gives one the impression of a very pleasant Indian restaurant. Service is very polite and response is fast. The decoration is good...”
“Unlike many Indian restaurants, it gives one the impression of a very pleasant Indian restaurant. Service is very polite and response is fast. The decoration is good and pleasant. The price is slightly more expensive than other Indian restaurants, but it's worth the price.”
“Friendly service; the chef came out to make sure we were enjoying everything. Great place to linger and enjoy the meal”
“wonderful food, good drink specials and our waitress was very patient explaining the different dishes and seasonings to us.”